Extreme Value Models
This chapter is devoted to statistical procedures in parametric extreme value (EV) models which are especially designed for maxima. It is worth recalling that minima can be dealt with by changing the sign of the data.
KeywordsMean Square Error Shape Parameter Scale Parameter Gamma Distribution Annual Maximum
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