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5 XA-s is the available Type-I1 right-censored sample. The joint density function of X = ( X i ,X;l, . . ,XA-s) is where F ( . ) and p ( . ) are the cdf and pdf of the standard form of the type 1 extreme value distribution for minimum given by Fy(y) = 1 - e-ear and p y ( y ) = eyepeY. 104) the - p ) / g have a joint distribution functionally standardized variables, ( X ; - p ) / g , .. , (XAps independent of p and 0. 104). Then, 21 = are the pivotal quantities so that their joint density involves neither p nor c.

Thus the MD location estimator p* is quite efficient but the MD scale estimator a* is less so. However, MD estimators are robust and have bounded influence function; consequently the very extreme values have less influence on the MD estimators as compared with the ML ones. 2026. Thus it is expedient to use MD estimators if there is suspicion that the data may be contaminated. (Compare with the section on Robust Estimation in Chap. 8 Distributions Related to the Classical Ext remal Distributions There is clearly a close connection between the three types of extremal distributions.

XA-s from the type 1 extreme value distribution for minima with cdf Fx(z) = 1 - e-e(=-p)’u, Bain (1972) suggested a simple unbiased linear estimator for the scale parameter a. 892n] \ as +1 for n - s = n, n 2 25. b = x,’ - E(y,‘)&. 78) Using the estimators and in Eqs. 78), respectively, a simple linear unbiased estimator for the pth quantile p p can be derived as .. ,L 0