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On discrete distributions of orderk

  • Sigeo Aki
  • Hisataka Kuboki
  • Katuomi Hirano
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Summary

This paper gives some results on calculation of probabilities and moments of the discrete distributions of orderk. Further, a new distribution of orderk, which is called the logarithmic series distribution of orderk, is investigated. Finally, we discuss the meaning of theorder of the distributions.

Key words

Discrete distributions generalized geometric distribution generalized negative binomial distribution generalized Poisson distribution generalized logarithmic series distribution 

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© The Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo 1984

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  • Sigeo Aki
  • Hisataka Kuboki
  • Katuomi Hirano

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