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On The Distribution Of Mixed Sum Of Independent Random Variables One Of Them Associated With Srivastava's Polynomials And H -Function

Jagdev Singh
  • Department of Mathematics, Jagan Nath University, Village-Rampura, Tehsil-Chaksu, Jaipur-303901, Rajasthan, India
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Published Online: 2014-07-15 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2478/jamsi-2014-0005

Abstract

In this paper, we obtain the distribution of mixed sum of two independent random variables with different probability density functions. One with probability density function defined in finite range and the other with probability density function defined in infinite range and associated with product of Srivastava's polynomials and H-function. We use the Laplace transform and its inverse to obtain our main result. The result obtained here is quite general in nature and is capable of yielding a large number of corresponding new and known results merely by specializing the parameters involved therein. To illustrate, some special cases of our main result are also given.

Keywords: H -function; Srivastava's polynomials; Laplace transform; distribution function; probability density function

MSC: 62E99; 60E05; 60E99; 33C60

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Received: 2012-07-01

Published Online: 2014-07-15


Citation Information: Journal of Applied Mathematics, Statistics and Informatics, ISSN (Online) 1336-9180, DOI: https://doi.org/10.2478/jamsi-2014-0005.

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