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Topic: On discrete random variables
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Paul

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Re: On discrete random variables
Posted: May 28, 2012 1:40 PM
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The Wikipedia entry explicit asserts that there are discrete distributions whose support is dense in the real line, which is contrary to the definitions given by Hogg and Craig and Lindgren (parallel thread). Apparently there's no consensus on this issue (?).

Paul




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