Generalized Moments of Sample Extremes of Order Statistics from Discrete Uniform Distribution
Keywords:Binomial distribution, moment, moment generating function, orders statistics, probability density function.
Â More advance, I t has studied in some papers that finding of first two moments of sample extremes of order statistics from discrete uniform distribution. In this paper, these moments are generalized. Also, for sample extremes of order statistics from discrete uniform distribution, moment generating functions are obtained.Â
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