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Az általánosított logisztikus eloszlás súlyozott első momentuma

The first moment of the generalized logistic distribution


Osztényiné Krauczi Éva

Abstract

Ebben a cikkben az általánosított logisztikus eloszlás súlyozott várható értékét számítjuk ki, amit a súlyozott kvantilis korreláció teszt bevezetése motivál.

In this paper the first moment of the generalized logistic distributi- on is explicitly obtained as the function of the generalized Harmo- nic numbers. The motivation is the weighted quantile correlation test.


Keywords

Kulcsszavak: súlyfüggvény, súlyozott várható érték, általánosított harmonikus számok,

Keywords: weight function, weighted expected value, generalized harmonic numbers,


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