A Bivariate Gamma Distribution Whose Marginals are Finite Mixtures of Gamma Distributions
AbstractIn this article a new bivariate distribution, whose both the marginals are nite mixture ofgamma distribution has been dened. Several of its properties such moments, correlationcoefficients, measure of skewness, moment generating function, Renyi and Shannon entropieshave been derived. Simulation study have been conducted to evaluate the performance ofmaximum likelihood method.
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