compound distribution

compound distribution

[¦käm‚pȧu̇nd ‚dis·trə′byü·shən]
(statistics)
A frequency distribution resulting from the combining of two or more separate distributions of the same general type.
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LFHS losses or major losses are modeled using a compound distribution consisting of a discrete frequency distribution and a continuous severity distribution.
In an attempt to create a self-contained book, Franzetti touches on statistical tools like Monte Carlo simulation, fitting data to a set of comprehensive distributions, traditional methods for creating new distributions, tails of distributions, compound distributions and their moments, goodness-of-fit tests, assessing correlations, and generating dependent random variables as well as Bayesian statistics.
Uniform compound distribution was also obtained with an average of 88% recovery of chlorntraniliprole per emitter in rep 1 and 86% recovery in rep 4 (Table 1).
The Gill technology features an optimized cooling structure with a newly designed cooling system for all mixer internal surfaces; one pass mixing where the Gill rotor design provides superior cooling with better compound distribution for one pass mixing; and a compressed mixing cycle where the company's dispersion abilities are now realized in a shorter time.
Intermediate compound distribution processes are no longer needed.
The tooling includes the company's nmlti-port spiral flow design that is said to provide a balanced compound distribution with no weld lines to the corrugater.
The tooling includes the company's multi-port spiral flow design that is said to provide a balanced compound distribution with no weld lines to the corrugator.
The tooling includes the company's multi-port spiral flow design that provides a balanced compound distribution with no weld lines to the corrugator.
He discusses the deterministic model, the life table, life annuities, insurance, fractional durations, continuous payments, select mortality, multiple-life contracts, multiple-decrement theory, expenses, survival distributions and failure times, simplification, compound distributions, and stochastic and Poisson processes.