Identification of Statistical Distribution Type by Sample Data
The present paper provides a full description of a software implementation of a system for statistical distributions. Such a system is almost indispensable in many simulation applications where the factors incorporated adhere to a specific non-normal distribution. The realization is developed as a software library that can be integrated in different other applications. There is also the possibility for additional theoretical distribution types to be added.
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