A New Generalization of the Inverse Distributions: Properties and Applications
In this paper the generalized inverse distribution is defined. Some properties and applications of the generalized inverse distribution are studied in some detail. Characterization theorems generalizing the new family in terms of the hazard function are obtained. Recommendation for further study concludes the paper.
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