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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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The above process can be used to determine the shape parameters for the other probability density functions from Table 4:
Gavriliadis, "The truncated Hausdorff moment problem solved by using kernel density functions," Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics, vol.
If the distribution G (x) has density g (x) the class will have a probability density function (pdf) given by
The Lindley distribution was introduced by Lindley [1] with the density function given by
The probability density function fitting of the load effect dissatisfying the normal distribution was transformed according to equivalent normalization method (JC method).
Panigirtzoglou, "Summary Statistics of Option-Implied Probability Density Functions and Their Properties," SSRN Electronic Journal, vol.
Therefore, plotting the density function of the data provides a preliminary point of view to identify what kinds of distributions should be studied.
Caption: Figure 6: Throughput probability distribution and the probability density functions.
Additionally, let [phi](x, t) be a probability density function that is smooth in x and t, such that [phi](k/[OMEGA], t) = [OMEGA]P(k/[OMEGA], t).
Probability density functions of physical parameters were constructed applying NEA guide [11], which provides supplemental information on manufacturing data of fuel assembly design and reactor operating data.
As the probability density functions of considered distributions depend on the particular parameter values, construction of the classifiers should be started from the estimation of these parameters for each category of pixels.