cumulative distribution function


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cumulative distribution function

n
(Statistics) statistics a function defined on the sample space of a distribution and taking as its value at each point the probability that the random variable has that value or less. The function F(x) = P(Xx) where X is the random variable, which is the sum or integral of the probability density function of the distribution. Sometimes shortened to: distribution function
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Similarly, to describe their joint distribution, we can use corresponding 2D cumulative distribution function (cdf)
The cumulative distribution function for the normal distribution is given as follows:
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The cumulative distribution function, moment, and stochastic representation will be presented when they correspond to the cases at hand.
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We reject [H.sub.0] if |z|>[z.sub.[alpha]/2], where [z.sub.[alpha]/2] denotes the upper [alpha]/2 quantile of the standard normal distribution, i.e., [PHI]([z.sub.[alpha]/2]) = 1- [alpha]/2, with [PHI] denoting the cumulative distribution function of the standard normal distribution.
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