# order statistics

## order statistics

[¦ȯr·dər stə¦tis·tiks]
(statistics)
Variate values arranged in ascending order of magnitude; for example, first-order statistic is the smallest value of sample observations.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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PSCA has issued Law and Order statistics along with Punjab Police Integrated Command, Control and Communication Center's (PPIC3) Performance Review for the month of March 2019.
Meanwhile, the PSCA issued law and order statistics for the month of January 2019.
The dual generalized order statistics (dgos) were introduced in Burkschat, Cramer, and Kamps (2003) as a model for descending ordered random variables and admits as special cases reversed ordered order statistics, lower k-records and lower Pfeifer records (Arnold, Balakrishnan, & Nagaraja, 1998).
LAHORE -- Punjab Safe Cities Authority (PSCA) has issued law and order statistics along with Punjab Police Integrated Command, Control and Communication Centre's (PPIC3) performance review for the month of November 2018.
The Section III details the channel estimator (CE) block that uses the first order statistics [13], as well as GA based superimposed training sequence estimation.
LAHORE -- Punjab Safe Cities Authority (PSCA) Headquarters has released law and order statistics for its Kasur project for the month of September.
1) JADE algorithm: It uses the Second Order Statistics (SOS) to whiten the observed signals, and High Order Statistics (HOS) are used to find a contrast function J satisfying the conditions of separation, see [19].
Let X = ([X.sub.1], x x x, [X.sub.n]) be a sample of independent and identically distributed (iid) random variables from a distribution with cumulative distribution (CDF) F and probability density function (PDF) f If [X.sub.1:n] [less than or equal to] x x x [less than or equal to] [X.sub.n:n] are the order statistics (OSs) from this sample, then the marginal density function of [X.sub.i:n], i = 1, x x x, n, is given by

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