The Topp–Leone Lomax (TLLo) Distribution with Applications to Airbone Communication Transceiver Dataset
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The Lomax distribution was extended in this paper using the Topp–Leone family of distributions. Some of its specific structural properties were established and the model parameters were estimated using maximum likelihood estimation method. The usefulness of the Topp–Leone Lomax distribution was demonstrated using an airbone communication transceiver dataset and comparison were made with respect to the Topp–Leone Burr XII, Topp–Leone Flexible Weibull and Lomax distributions.
KeywordsGeneralized model Lomax distribution Mathematical statistics Topp–Leone family of distribution
The authors are grateful to the anonymous reviewers for their useful comments and to Covenant University, Nigeria for providing an enabling environment for this research.
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