Estimation of Dynamic Cumulative Past Entropy for Power Function Distribution

Enchakudiyil Ibrahim Abdul-Sathar, Glory Sathyanesan Sathyareji

Abstract


In this paper, we proposed MLE and Bayes estimators of parameters and DCPE for the two parameter power function distribution. Bayes estimators under different loss functions are obtained using Lindley approximation method and important sampling procedures. A real life data set and a Monte Carlo simulation are used to study the performance of the estimators derived in the article.


Keywords


Power function distribution; Bayes estimators; DCPE; Lindely approximation; Importance sampling; HPD credible interval

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DOI: 10.6092/issn.1973-2201/7819