Best Linear Unbiased Estimation and Prediction of Record Values Based on Kumaraswamy Distributed Data
AbstractTo predict a future upper record value based on Kumaraswamy distributed data, an explicit expression for single and product moments has been established along with some enhanced expressions that makes the applying process on mathematical softwares easier. The best linear unbiased estimator approach for estimating the parameters and the prediction of future record values have been considered and some important tables have been created to help in the calculation processes. Two illustrative examples based on a simulation study and a real-life data are provided to assess the performance of the introduced results.
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