# Category: Probability distributions

The Kaniadakis exponential distribution (or κ-exponential distribution) is a probability distribution arising from the maximization of the under appropriate constraints. It is one example of a Kaniada
Regular distribution (economics)
Regularity, sometimes called Myerson's regularity, is a property of probability distributions used in auction theory and revenue management. Examples of distributions that satisfy this condition inclu
Matrix variate Dirichlet distribution
In statistics, the matrix variate Dirichlet distribution is a generalization of the matrix variate beta distribution and of the Dirichlet distribution. Suppose are positive definite matrices with also
Multivariate Laplace distribution
In the mathematical theory of probability, multivariate Laplace distributions are extensions of the Laplace distribution and the asymmetric Laplace distribution to multiple variables. The marginal dis
Gaussian distribution on a locally compact Abelian group
Gaussian distribution on a locally compact Abelian group is a distribution on a secondcountable locally compact Abelian group which satisfies theconditions: (i) is an infinitely divisible distribution
The Kaniadakis Logistic distribution (also known as κ-Logisticdistribution) is a generalized version of the Logistic distribution associated with the Kaniadakis statistics. It is one example of a Kani
Zero degrees of freedom
In statistics, the non-central chi-squared distribution with zero degrees of freedom can be used in testing the null hypothesis that a sample is from a uniform distribution on the interval (0, 1). Thi
Rectified Gaussian distribution
In probability theory, the rectified Gaussian distribution is a modification of the Gaussian distribution when its negative elements are reset to 0 (analogous to an electronic rectifier). It is essent
Multivariate logistic distribution
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ProbOnto
ProbOnto is a knowledge base and ontology of probability distributions. ProbOnto 2.5 (released on January 16, 2017) contains over 150 uni- and multivariate distributions and alternative parameterizati
Probabilistic metric space
In mathematics, probabilistic metric spaces are a generalization of metric spaces where the distance no longer takes values in the non-negative real numbers R ≥ 0, but in distribution functions. Let D
The Kaniadakis Erlang distribution (or κ-Erlang Gamma distribution) is a family of continuous statistical distributions, which is a particular case of the κ-Gamma distribution, when and positive integ
Poisson-Dirichlet distribution
In probability theory, a branch of mathematics Poisson-Dirichlet distributions are probability distributions on the set of nonnegative, non-decreasing sequences with sum 1, depending on two parameters
The Kaniadakis Gaussian distribution (also known as κ-Gaussian distribution) is a probability distribution which arises as a generalization of the Gaussian distribution from the maximization of the Ka
List of probability distributions
Many probability distributions that are important in theory or applications have been given specific names.
Probability distribution
In probability theory and statistics, a probability distribution is the mathematical function that gives the probabilities of occurrence of different possible outcomes for an experiment. It is a mathe
Marchenko–Pastur distribution
In the mathematical theory of random matrices, the Marchenko–Pastur distribution, or Marchenko–Pastur law, describes the asymptotic behavior of singular values of large rectangular random matrices. Th
Probability management
The discipline of probability management communicates and calculates uncertainties as data structures that obey both the laws of arithmetic and probability. The simplest approach is to use vector arra