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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 8, August 2019 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616

On The Applications Of Aleph -Function In A Slightly Different Type-1 Beta Density Model

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Yashwant Singh



Type-1 Beta density, Aleph Function, -function, -function, Mellin Transform, Inverse Mellin Transform, Hankel Transform, Inverse Hankel Transform. (2010 Mathematics Subject Classification: 33CXX, 44A15, 82XX)



In the present paper, the author has studied about the structures which are the products and ratios of statistically independently distributed positive real scalar random variables.The author has derived the exact density of a slightly different Type-1 beta density by the Mellin Transform and Hankel Tranform of the unknown density and afterthat the unknown density has been derived in terms of Aleph functions by taking the inverse Mellin transform and Inverse Hankel Transform .A more general structure of Type-1 beta density has also been discussed. Some special cases in terms of -function are also given.



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