Exponential Dominance and Uncertainty for Weighted Residual Life Measures
Probability in the Engineering and Informational Sciences
In this article notions of exponential dominance and uncertainty for weighted and unweighted distributions are explored and used to compare values of the informational energy function and the differential entropy. Stochastic inequalities and bounds for cross-discrimination and uncertainty measures in weighted and unweighted residual life distribution functions and related reliability measures are presented. Moment-type inequalities for the comparisons of weighted and unweighted residual life distributions are also presented.
Oluyede, Broderick O..
"Exponential Dominance and Uncertainty for Weighted Residual Life Measures."
Probability in the Engineering and Informational Sciences, 25 (2): 251-263.