On study of dynamic survival and cumulative past entropies
Amarjit Kundu and
Asok K. Nanda
Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods, 2016, vol. 45, issue 1, 104-122
Recently, a new class of measure of uncertainty, called “dynamic survival entropy”, has been defined and studied in the literature. Based on this entropy, DSE(α) ordering, IDSE(α), and DDSE(α) classes of life distributions are defined and some results are studied. In this paper, our main aim is to prove some more results of the ordering and the aging classes of life distributions mentioned above. Some important distributions such as exponential, Pareto, Pareto II, and finite range distributions are also characterized. Here we have defined cumulative past entropy and proved some interesting results.
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