Relations for Single and Product Moments of Odds Generalized Exponential-Pareto Distribution Based on Generalized Order Statistics and its Characterization
AbstractThis paper deals with explicit expressions and recurrence relations for single, inverse, product and ratio moments of Generalized Order Statistics from Odds Generalized Exponential-Pareto Distribution (OGEPD). Characterization results have also been carried out.
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