In this article, the bimatrix variate beta Type IV distribution is derived from
independent Wishart distributed matrix variables. We explore specific properties of
this distribution which is then used to derive the exact expressions of the densities of
the product and ratio of two dependent Wilks’s statistics and to define the bimatrix
Kummer-beta Type IV distribution.
Mckay, Robert Forbes(University of Pretoria, 2009-01-16)
This study researches phenomenon of the Biology Teachers Network (BTN), a distributed Community of Practice (CoP). The membership of the BTN is voluntary. The BTN is supported by a core group of members and administered ...
Increasing energy demand can be compensated with integration of distributed energy resources in the three-phase distribution system. Load flow analysis of the unbalanced three-phase distribution system requires a tool and ...
Raath, Morgan Jade; Le Roux, Peter Christiaan; Veldtman, Ruan; Greve, Michelle(Wiley, 2018-05)
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