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.
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Regional Frequency Analysis of Annual Peak Flows in Pakistan Using Linear Combination of Order Statistics.
As a result of a sequential feature selection (SFS) [14], the most useful solution proved to be combining global feature systems: First Order Statistics (FOS), Contour First Order Statistics (CFOS) and Local Range Filter (LRF).
In the field of signal processing, the first order statistics and the second order statistics play an important role.
Panel A of Table VIII provides NASDAQ order statistics for all NYSE and NASDAQ stocks that execute on NASDAQ.
In this paper, we derive general mathematical properties for the transmuted family, which hold for any baseline distribution, such as the ordinary, central, and incomplete moments, quantile and generating functions, mean deviations, Reenyi and Shannon entropies, extreme values, PWMs, order statistics and their moments, and bivariate and multivariate generalizations.
To be able to model and simulate the extreme losses of major accidents, the following sections provide a theoretical procedure for practical use of quantile function and order statistics for the simulation of extreme losses.
Hosking: L-Moments: Analysis and Estimation of Distributions using Linear Combinations of Order Statistics, Journal of Royal Statistical Society, 52(1), 105-124, 1990.
Subjects explored include a software engineering method based on bionic components, and a fast algorithm for order statistics filters.
w] is based on second order statistics, that is class variance and [[sigma].
Exact expressions and some recurrence relations for single and product moments of lower generalized order statistics are derived.