The Transmuted Log-Logistic Distribution: Modeling, Inference, and an Application to a Polled Tabapua Race Time up to First Calving Data
Daniele Cristina Tita Granzotto and
Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods, 2015, vol. 44, issue 16, 3387-3402
In this paper, we propose a new lifetime distribution by using a quadratic rank transmutation map in order to add a new parameter to the log-logistic distribution. We provide a comprehensive description of the properties of the proposed distribution along with its reliability study. The usefulness of the transmuted log-logistic distribution for modeling reliability data is illustrated on a polled Tabapua race time up to first calving data.
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