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Dr. Johan René van Dorp
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  1. 1. J.R. van Dorp and T.A. Mazzuchi (2019), “Three-Point Lifetime Distribution Elicitation for Maintenance Optimization in a Bayesian Context”. To appear in: State of the Art in Expert Judgement in Risk and Decision Analysis, T. Bedford, S. French, A.M. Hanea, G.F. Nane (Eds). Springer’s International Series in Operations Research and Management Science
  2. Manuel Franco, J. René van Dorp, Juana Maria-Vivo (2012). The Generalized Trapezoidal Model in Financial Data Analysis, in Mathematical and Statistical Methods for Actuarial Sciences and Finance, Perna, Cira; Sibillo, Marilena (Eds.), 1st Edition, pp. 219-227.
  3. J.R. van Dorp and S. Kotz (2006). "Modeling Income Distributions Using Elevated Distributions", in Distribution Models Theory, Editors: Rafael Herrerias Pleguezuelo, Jose Callejon Cespedes, Jose Manuel Herrerias Velasco. World Scientific Press, Singapore. pp. 1-25.
  4. J. R. van Dorp and T.A. Mazzuchi (2003). "Parameter Specification of The Beta Distribution and its Dirichlet Extensions Utilizing Quantiles", in Handbook of Beta Distributions and Its Applications, Editors Gupta, A.K. and Nadarajah, S., Marcel Dekker, Inc., pp. 283-316. BetaCalculator.Exe (255kB). Program to calculate beta parameters using a lower and upper quantile constraint. (Right-Click with Mouse and choose "Save as ...")




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