A New Bivariate Distribution with Generalized Gompertz Marginals
Keywords:Generalized Gompertz distribution, Maximum likelihood estimators, Moment estimators, Fisher information matrix
AbstractIn this paper, we introduce a new bivariate generalized Gompertz distribution, it is of Marshall-Olkin type. Some properties of the distribution are studied, as bivariate moment generating function, marginal moment generating function and conditional distribution. Parameters estimators using the maximum likelihood method are obtained. A numerical illustration is used to obtain maximum likelihood estimators (MLEs) and we study the behavior of the estimators numerically.
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