Dual Generalized Order Statistics from Gompertz-Verhulst Distribution and Characterization
AbstractThe dual generalized order statistics is a unified scheme which contains the well known decreasingly ordered random variables such as (reversed) order statistics, lower record values and lower Pfeifer record values. In this article, characterization results on Gompertz-Verhulst distribution through the conditional expectation of dual generalized order statistics based on non-adjacent dual generalized order statistics are given. These relations are deduced for moments of reversed order statistics, order statistics and lower record values. Further a characterization result through the truncated moment is also derived.
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