From: Paul A Bristow (pbristow_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-12-17 07:58:11
>[mailto:boost-bounces_at_[hidden]] On Behalf Of Andrew Sutton
>Sent: 16 December 2007 20:18
>Subject: Re: [boost] More distributions
>>>> So you can call it whatever you like and still be right :-)
>>>> BTW I believe the min and max cases are basically just mirror
>>>> images of each
>>>> other about the location parameter?
>>> So names aside, it's all the extreme value distribution, but there
>>> are minimum and maximum variations of it.
>I found this... It was a nice overview of some of the distribution.
>Section 1.2 has a nice overview of the type 1, 2 and 3 distributions
>and how they relate (and how they're related to Weibull, for
>example). I wonder if I can find this book in our math library...
I don't have access to this, but I have K Krishnamoorthy who gives some info in Cha 25. I could send scans of the four pages diect
if this would help but I suspect you know more already.
He describes Type 1, II and III and gives formulae for type I cdf median ..., and his StatCalc does some calculations of parameters,
so I could compute test values if you tell me what you want. Takes parameters a and b.
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