rectangular distribution

rectangular distribution

[rek′taŋ·gyə·lər ‚dis·trə′byü·shən]
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The kurtosis of both distributions were very close to the ideal kurtosis values for the rectangular distribution and the distributions' skewness parameter fluctuations were negligible.
In a rectangular distribution, all the values within a range--from the lowest to highest--are equally probable.
1] and rectangular distribution (equal possibility over the entire interval) are assumed.
Standard uncertainty at supposed rectangular distribution is therefore:
A distribution of N ranks can be considered a rectangular distribution of integers on the interval (1, N).
Although this gap decreases with A, it is always correct to say that the deadweight loss per dollar tax revenue is greater for the rectangular distribution.
The actual parabolic concrete stress-strain curve can be replaced by an equivalent rectangular distribution.
The rectangular distribution manifold maintains a constant 4: I aspect ratio down its entire length and starts with dimensions identical to those of the rectangular channel.
Under the rectangular distribution, the probability of producing B offspring for a type 1 adult is equal to a constant for all B-values that are sufficiently close to [Mathematical Expression Omitted].
In line with what has just been stated, the rectangular distribution used has mean and variance the same as the exponential distribution with mean 10.
In statistical terms, the sale data created what would be termed a rectangular distribution, certainly not a normal distribution in a classical statistical sense.
The significance levels of the t tests on scores are slightly disrupted, except for the case of the mixture of the normal and rectangular distribution, while those of the tests on ranks are not affected to the same extent.