In many applicative fields, the behavior of a process Z is assumed to be subjected to an underlying process (Formula Presented.) that describes evolutions of environmental conditions. A common way to define the environmental process is by letting the marginal values of (Formula Presented.) subjected to specific environmental factors (constant along time) and factors describing the conditions of the environment at the specified time. In this paper we describe some recent results that can be used to compare two of such environmental discrete-time processes (Formula Presented.) and (Formula Presented.) in dependence. A sample of applications of the effects of these comparison results on the corresponding processes Z and (Formula Presented.) in some different applicative contexts are provided.
|Title of host publication||Marshall–Olkin Distributions - Advances in Theory and Applications|
|Editors||Fabrizio Durante, Umberto Cherubini, Sabrina Mulinacci|
|Publisher||Springer New York LLC|
|Number of pages||14|
|State||Published - 2015|
|Event||International conference on Marshall-Olkin Distributions - Advances in Theory and Applications, 2013 - Bologna, Italy|
Duration: 2 Oct 2013 → 3 Oct 2013
|Name||Springer Proceedings in Mathematics and Statistics|
|Conference||International conference on Marshall-Olkin Distributions - Advances in Theory and Applications, 2013|
|Period||2/10/13 → 3/10/13|
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ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Mathematics (all)