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Name : Maalee Nour Aldeen Almheidat

Academic Rank: Assistant Professor

Administrative Position : Faculty Academic Member

Office 7207       Ext No 7207

Email : malmheidat@uop.edu.jo

Specialization: Mathmatics

Graduate Of: Central Michigan University, USA

Qualification

    Qualification

    University

    Country

    Year

    B.Sc.
    Yarmouk University
    Jordan
    2007
    Master's
    Central Michigan University
    United States of America
    2010
    Ph.D
    Central Michigan University, USA
    United States of America
    2015



  • Journal Paper





      M. Almheidat, F. Famoye, and C. Lee. , " Some generalized families of Weibull distribution: Properties and applications. " , "International Journal of Statistics and Probability",Vol.4,No.3, Canadian Center of Science and Education, Canada, 07/01/2015 Abstract:
      The Weibull distribution has been applied in various fields, especially to fit life time data. Some of these applications are limited partly due to the fact that the distribution has monotonically increasing, monotonically decreasing or constant hazard rate. This limitation undoubtedly inspired researchers to develop generalized Weibull distribution that can exhibit unimodal or bathtub hazard rate. In this article, we introduce six new families of T-Weibull{Y} distributions arising from the quantile function of a random variable Y. These six families are: The T-Weibull{uniform}, T-Weibull{exponential}, T-Weibull{log-logistic}, T-Weibull{Fréchet}, T-Weibull{logistic} and T-Weibull{extreme value}. Some properties of these families are discussed and general expressions for the quantile function, the Shannon’s entropy, the non-central moments and the mean deviations are provided. Different new members of the T-Weibull{Y} families are derived and some of their properties are discussed. Two real data sets are used to illustrate the potential usefulness of the T-Weibull{Y} distributions and the results are compared with the results from some existing distributions. Download




      Abstract:
      This paper provides an explicit closed form of generalized Jacobi–Koornwinder’s polynomials of degree r ≤ n in terms of the Bernstein basis of fixed degree n. Moreover, explicit forms of generalized Jacobi–Koornwinder’s type and Bernstein polynomials bases transformations are considered. Download
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