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- 1. Probability Model:• Binomial Distribution…….• Poison Distribution• Normal Distribution.
- 2. The Binomial Distribution…...
- 3. Defination:
- 4. Examples:
- 5. Examples::
- 6. Examples:::
- 7. Probability Model:• Binomial Distribution.• Poison Distribution……• Normal Distribution.
- 8. POISSONDISTRIBUTION…….
- 9. Historical Note:• Discovered by Mathematician Simeon Poisson in France in 1781.• The modelling distribution that takes his name was originally derived as an approximation to the binomial distribution.
- 10. Defination:• Is an eg of a probability model which is usually defined by the mean no. of occurrences in a time interval and simply denoted by λ.
- 11. Uses:• Occurrences are independent.• Occurrences are random.• The probability of an occurrence is constant over time.
- 12. Sum of two Poisson distributions:• If two independent random variables both have Poisson distributions with parameters λ and μ, then their sum also has a Poisson distribution and its parameter is λ + μ .
- 13. The Poisson distribution may be used to model a binomial distribution, B(n, p) provided that • n is large. • p is small. • np is not too large.
- 14. F o r m u l a:• The probability that there are r occurrences in a given interval is given byWhere, = Mean no. of occurrences in a time interval r =No. of trials.
- 15. The Poisson distribution is defined by a parameter, λ.
- 16. Mean and Variance of Poisson Distribution• If μ is the average number of successes occurring in a given time interval or region in the Poisson distribution, then the mean and the variance of the Poisson distribution are both equal to μ. i.e. E(X) = μ & V(X) = σ2 = μ
- 17. Examples:1. Number of telephone calls in a week.2. Number of people arriving at a checkout in a day.3. Number of industrial accidents per month in a manufacturing plant.
- 18. Graph :• Let’s continue to assume we have a continuous variable x and graph the Poisson Distribution, it will be a continuous curve, as follows: Fig: Poison distribution graph.
- 19. Example:Twenty sheets of aluminum alloy were examined for surface flaws. The frequency of the number of sheets with a given number of flaws per sheet was as follows: What is the probability of finding a sheet chosen at random which contains 3 or more surface flaws?
- 20. Generally,• X = number of events, distributed independently in time, occurring in a fixed time interval.• X is a Poisson variable with pdf:• where is the average.
- 21. Application:• The Poisson distribution arises in two ways:
- 22. 1. As an approximation to the binomial when p is small and n is large:• Example: In auditing when examining accounts for errors; n, the sample size, is usually large. p, the error rate, is usually small.
- 23. 2. Events distributed independently of one another in time:X = the number of events occurring in a fixed time interval has a Poisson distribution.Example: X = the number of telephone calls in an hour.
- 24. Probability Model:• Binomial Distribution.• Poison Distribution• Normal Distribution…….
- 25. The Normal Distribution…...
- 26. •The End
- 27. Thank You….

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