Probability Functions of Order Statistics from Discrete Uniform Distribution
Keywords:Order statistics, Distribution function, Discrete Uniform Distribution, Moments, Probability Function
In this paper, we firstly give basic definitions and theorems for order statistics. Later, we show that r. probability function of order statistics from discrete uniform distribution can be obtained in another form.
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