Bayesian estimation based on generalized order statistics from exponentiated Weibull Poisson model

 
 
 
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    In this research paper, the estimation of the unknown parameters for the exponentiated Weibull Poisson distribution using the concept of generalized order statistics is investigated from Bayesian approach. The squared error, LINEX and general entropy loss functions are considered for Bayesian computation.  Bayes estimates based on Progressively type II censored and the joint density function of ordinary order statistics are considered as special cases of generalized order statistics. Finally simulation study is conducted for illustrative purposes.


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    Generalized Order Statistics; Exponentiated Weibull Poisson Distribution; Bayesian Method; Progressively Type-II Censored; Joint Density Function of Ordinary Order Statistics.

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Article ID: 4300
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijasp.v3i1.4300




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