Vol.41, No.1, 2022, pp.405-414, doi:10.32604/csse.2022.020079
Statistical Inference of Sine Inverse Rayleigh Distribution
  • Abdullah, Ali H. Ahmadini*
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Jazan University, Jazan, Saudi Arabia
* Corresponding Author: Ali H. Ahmadini. Email:
Received 07 May 2021; Accepted 08 June 2021; Issue published 08 October 2021
We study in this manuscript a new one-parameter model called sine inverse Rayleigh (SIR) model that is a new extension of the classical inverse Rayleigh model. The sine inverse Rayleigh model is aiming to provide more fitting for real data sets of purposes. The proposed extension is more flexible than the original inverse Rayleigh (IR) model and it hasmany applications in physics and medicine. The sine inverse Rayleigh distribution can havea uni-model and right skewed probability density function (PDF). The hazard rate function (HRF) of sine inverse Rayleigh distribution can be increasing and J-shaped. Several of thenew model’s fundamental characteristics, namely quantile function, moments, incompletemoments, Lorenz and Bonferroni Curves are studied. Four classical estimation methods forthe population parameters, namely least squares (LS), weighted least squares (WLS), maximum likelihood (ML), and percentile (PC) methods are discussed, and the performanceof the four estimators (namely LS, WLS, ML and PC estimators) are also compared bynumerical implementations. Finally, three sets of real data are utilized to compare the behavior of the four employed methods for finding an optimal estimation of the new distribution.
Sine generated family; inverse Rayleigh distribution; classic estimation methods; applications
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, A., Ahmadini, A. H. (2022). Statistical Inference of Sine Inverse Rayleigh Distribution. Computer Systems Science and Engineering, 41(1), 405–414.
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