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 molecular insight into living mammals that IVIS systems provide enables researchers to identify disease pathways, observe mechanisms of action and understand drug compound distribution and efficacy.
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.
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.