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2 RANDOM VARIABLE AND CUMULATIVE DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Definitions
3 DENSITY FUNCTIONS 57
3 DENSITY FUNCTIONS
3.1 Discrete Random Variables
3.2 Continuous Random Variables
3.3 Other Random Variables
4 EXPECTATIONS AND MOMENTS
4.1 Mean
4.2 Variance
4.3 Expected Value of a Function of a Random Variable
4.5 Jensen Inequality
4.6 Moments and Moment Generating Functions
SPECIAL PARAMETRIC FAMILIES OF UNIV ARIA TE DISTRIBUTIONS
2 DISCRETE DISTRIBUTIONS
2.1 Discrete Uniform Distribution
2.2 Bernoulli and Binomial Distributions
2.3 Hypergeometric Distribution
2.4 Poisson Distribution
2.5 Geometric and Negative Binomial Distributions
2.6 Other'Discrete Distributions
3 CONTINUOUS DISTRIBUTIONS 105
3 CONTINUOUS DISTRIBUTIONS
3.1 Uniform or Rectangular Distribution
3.3 Exponential and Gamma Distributions
3.4 Beta Distribution
3.5 Other Continuous Distributions
4.2 Poisson and Exponential Relationship
4.3 Contagious Distributions and Truncated Distributions
2 JOINT DISTRIBUTION FUNCTIONS
2.1 Cumulative Distribution Function
3 CONDITIONAL DISTRIBUTIONS AND STOCHASTIC INDEPENDENCE 143
3 CONDITIONAL DISTRIBUTIONS AND STOCHASTIC INDEPENDENCE
3.3 More on Conditional Distribution Functions
5.1 Density Function
5.2 Moment Generating Function and Moments
5.3 Marginal and Conditional Densities
DISTRIBUTIONS OF FUNCTIONS OF RANDOM VARIABLES
2 EXPECTATIONS OF FUNCTIONS OF RANDOM VARIABLES
2.1 Expectation Two Ways
2.2 Sums of Random Variables
2.3 Product and Quotient
3 CUMULATIVE-DISTRIBUTION-FUNCTION TECHNIQUE 181
3 CUMULATIVE-DISTRIBUTION-FUNCTION TECHNIQUE
3.1 Description of Technique
3.2 Distribution of Minimum and Maximum
3.4 Distribution of Product and Quotient
4 MOMENT-GENERATING-FUNCTION TECHNIQUE 189
4 MOMENT-GENERATING-FUNCTION TECHNIQUE
4.1 Description of Technique
4.2 Distribution of Sums of Independent Random Variables
5 THE TRANSFORMATION Y=g(X)
5.1 Distribution of Y = g(X)
5.2 Probability Integral Transform
6 TRANSFORMATIONS 203
6 TRANSFORMATIONS
6.1 Discrete Random Variables
6.2 Continuous Random Variables
SAMPLING AND SAMPLING DISTRIBUTIONS
2 SAMPLING
2.2 Populations and Samples
2.3 Distribution of Sample
2.4 Statistic and Sample Moments
3 SAMPLE MEAN
3.1 Mean and Variance
3.2 Law of Large Numbers
3.3 Central-limit Theorem
3.4 Bernoulli and Poisson Distributions
3.S Exponential Distribution
3.6 Uniform Distribution
3.7 Cauchy Distribution
4 SAMpLiNG FROM THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTIONS 239
4 SAMPLING FROM THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTIONS
4.1 Role of the Normal Distribution in Statistics
4.2 Sample Mean
4.3 The Chi .. Square Distribution
is the chi-square distribution
4.4 The F Distribution
4.5 Student's t Distribution
5.2 Distribution of Functions of Order Statistics
5.3 Asymptotic Distributions
5.4 Sample Cumulative Distribution Function
3 SAMPLING FROM THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTION 381
3 SAMPLING FROM THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTION
3.1 Confidence Interval for the Mean
3.2 Confidence Interval for the Variance
3.3 Simultaneous Confidence Region for the Mean and Variance
3.4 Confidence Interval for Difference in Means
4 METHODS OF FINDING CONFIDENCE INTERVALS 387
4 METHODS OF FINDING CONFIDENCE INTERVALS
./ 4.1 Pivotal-quantity Method
4.2 Statistical Method
5 LARGE-SAMPLE CONFIDENCE INTERVALS 393
S LARGE-SAMPLE CONFIDENCE INTERVALS
6 BAYESIAN INTERVAL ESTIMATES
TESTS OF HYPOTHESES
2 SIMPLE HYPOTHESIS VERSUS SIMPLE ALTERNATIVE 409
2 SIMPLE HYPOTHESIS VERSUS SIMPLE ALTERN A TIVE
2.2 Most Powerful Test
2.3 Loss Function
3 COMPOSITE HYPOTHESES
3.1 Generalized Likelihood-ratio Test
3.2 Uniformly Most Powerful Tests
3.3 Unbiased Tests
3.4 Methods of Finding Tests
4 TESTS OF HYPOTHESES-SAMPLING FROM THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTION
4.1 Tests on the Mean
4.2 Tests on the Variance
5.2 Chi-square Goodness-of-fit Test
5.4 Tests of Independence in Contingency Tables
7.3 Approximate Sequential Probability Ratio Test
LINEAR MODELS
1 INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY
2 EXAMPLES OF THE LINEAR MODEL
3 DEFINITION OF LINEAR MODEL
4 POINT ESTIMATION-CASE A
5 CONFIDENCE INTERVALS-CASE A
6 TESTS OF HYPOTHESES-CASE A
7 POINT ESTIMATION-CASE B
NONPARAMETRIC METHODS
2 INFERENCES CONCERNING A CUMULATIVE DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION
2.1 Sample or Empirical Cumulative Distribution Function
2 .. 2 Kolmogorov-Smirnov Goodness-of-fit Test
2.3 Confidence Bands for Cumulative Distribution Function
3 INFERENCES CONCERNING QUANTILES
3.1 Point and Interval Estimates of a Quantile
3.2 Tests of Hypotheses Concerning Quantlles
4 TOLERANCE LIMITS
5 EQUALITY OF TWO DISTRIBUTIONS
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Two-sample Sign Test
5.3 Run Test
5.4 Median Test
5.5 Rank-sum Test
2.1 Summation and Product Notation
2.2 Factorial and Combinatorial Symbols and Conventions
2.4 The Binomial and Multinomial Theorems
3.3 The Gamma and Beta Functions
Table 1 DISCRETE DISTRIBUTIONS
Table 2 CONTINUOUS DISTRIBUTIONS
MATHEMATICS BOOKS
PROBABILITY BOOKS
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS BOOKS 545
PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS BOOKS
Intermediate (about the same level as MOB)
SPECIAL BOOKS
PAPERS
BOOKS OF. TABLES
Table 1 Ordinates of the Normal Density Function
Table 2 Cumulative Normal Distribution
Table 3 Cumulative Chi-Square Distribution
Table S Cumulative Students t Distribution
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