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density function

[′den·səd·ē ‚fəŋk·shən]
(mathematics)
A density function for a measure m is a function which gives rise to m when it is integrated with respect to some other specified measure.
(statistics)
probability density function.
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Barkley, Henry, and Bao (1996) examine patterns of spatial structural change for functional economic areas in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia by estimating population density functions using census tract data.
Nonparametric estimators are flexible, allowing the slope of density functions to vary across the metropolitan area.
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The respective cumulative density functions for [{X}.
The method assumes that the errors follow a Gaussian probability density function (PDF) with zero mean value and some known correlation matrix.
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PNN is a parallel algorithm developing from Bayesian classification and the Parzen window probability density function estimator (Umamaheswari, 2016; Shih, 2016).
Following Rice's [6] description of the probability density function for load peaks, Bendat [7] showed how to calculate the fatigue damage for a narrowband random loading input.
From the families of multidimensional probability distributions described in literature [2], [3] we chose the Gaussian, Dirichlet and gamma distributions for analysis because their probability density functions are easy to use in analytical expressions.
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2](v) are the probability density functions (pdfs) corresponding to the cdfs [F.

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