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## Generalized Exponential Distribution :parameter Estimation and Means ComparisonAuthor: CuiJianGuoTutor: ShiJianHong School: Shanxi Normal University Course: Applied Mathematics Keywords: Generalized exponential distribution q-Symmetric Entropy Loss Function modified maximum likelihood function zero failiurecdata Generalized p-value comparison of means admissibility CLC: O211.3 Type: Master's thesis Year: 2010 Downloads: 63 Quote: 0 Read: Download Dissertation ## Abstract
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