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GompertzMakehamDistribution   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
GompertzMakehamDistribution[\[Lambda], \[Xi]] represents a Gompertz distribution with scale parameter \[Lambda] and frailty parameter \[Xi]. ...
Actuarial science is in some ways older than probability and statistics itself and was in many ways instrumental in the development of probability and statistics. One of the ...
Survival Analysis   (Mathematica Guide)
Survival analysis deals with time to an event in systems. Events can be death in biological systems and failure in technical systems, but the event may be something entirely ...
The fundamental type of distribution in reliability analysis is a lifetime distribution. This models the lifetime of a component or a system. Many lifetime distributions are ...
GumbelDistribution   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
GumbelDistribution[\[Alpha], \[Beta]] represents a Gumbel distribution with location parameter \[Alpha] and scale parameter \[Beta].
ProbabilityDistribution   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ProbabilityDistribution[pdf, {x, x_min, x_max}] represents the continuous distribution with PDF pdf in the variable x where the pdf is taken to be zero for x < x_min and x > ...
Mathematica 8 adds major new areas, including probability and statistics, graphs and networks, computational finance, control systems, wavelet analysis, and group theory. ...
TruncatedDistribution   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
TruncatedDistribution[{x_min, x_max}, dist] represents the distribution obtained by truncating the values of dist to lie between x_min and x_max. ...
OrderDistribution   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
OrderDistribution[{dist, n}, k] represents the k\[Null]^th-order statistics distribution for n observations from the distribution dist. OrderDistribution[{dist, n}, {k_1, ...
WeibullDistribution   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
WeibullDistribution[\[Alpha], \[Beta]] represents a Weibull distribution with shape parameter \[Alpha] and scale parameter \[Beta]. 8+WeibullDistribution[\[Alpha], \[Beta], ...
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