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Some Characterization Results Based on Dynamic Survival and Failure Entropies
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 Title & Authors
Some Characterization Results Based on Dynamic Survival and Failure Entropies
Abbasnejad, Maliheh;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we develop some characterization results in terms of survival entropy of the first order statistic. In addition, we generalize the cumulative entropy recently proposed by Di Crescenzo and Logobardi (2009) to a new measure of information (called the failure entropy) and study some properties of it and its dynamic version. Furthermore, power distribution is characterized based on dynamic failure entropy.
 Keywords
First order statistic;power distribution;mean past life function;reversed Hazard function;
 Language
English
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