The four-parameter generalized lambda distribution (GLD) was proposed in [1]. We say the GLD is of type V, if the quantile
function corresponds to Case(v) in of [2], that is,

where u 2 (0, 1) and a, b 2 (−1, 0). In this short note, we introduce the T-R {Generalized Lambda V} Families of Distributions and
show a sub-model of this class of distributions is significant in modeling real life data, in particular the Wheaton river data, [2]. We
conjecture the new class of distributions can be used to fit biological and health data.

Keywords and Phrases: Generalized Lambda Distribution; Exponential Distribution; Weibull Distribution

This family of distributions was proposed in [3]. In particular,
let T, R, Y be random variables with CDF’s FT (x) = P (T _ x), FR(x) =
P (R _ x), and FY (x) = P (Y _ x), respectively. Let the corresponding
quantile functions be denoted by QT (p), QR(p), and QY (p),
respectively. Also, if the densities exist, let the corresponding PDF’s
be denoted by fT (x), fR(x), and fY (x), respectively. Following this
notation, the, the CDF of the T – R {Y} is given by

and the PDF of the T-R{Y} family is given by

The New Distribution

Theorem: The CDF of the T-R {Generalized Lambda V} Families
of Distributions is given by

where the random variable R has CDF FR(x), the random
variable T with support (0,1) has CDF FT, and a, b 2 (−1, 0) Proof.
Consider the integral

and let Y follow the generalized lambda class of distributions of
type V, where the quantile is as stated in the abstract

Remark: the PDF can be obtained by differentiating the CDF

Practical Significance

In this section, we show a sub-model of the new distribution
defined in the previous section is significant in modeling real life
data. We assume T is standard exponential so that FT (t) = 1 − e−t,
t > 0 and R follows the two-parameter Weibull distribution, so that

Now from Theorem 2.1, we have the following

Theorem: The CDF of the Standard Exponential-Weibull
{Generalized Lambda V}

Families of Distributions is given by

where c, d > 0 and a, b 2 (−1, 0)

By differentiating the CDF, we obtain the following

Theorem: the PDF of the Standard Exponential-Weibull
{Generalized Lambda V} Families of Distributions is given by

where c, d > 0 and a, b 2 (−1, 0)

Remark: If a random variable B follows the Standard
Exponential-Weibull {Generalized

Lambda V} Families of Distributions write

B _ SEWGLV (a, b, c, d)

Open Problem

Conjecture: The new class of distributions can be used in
forecasting and modelingn of biological and health data. Related to
the above conjecture is the following

Question: Is there a sub-model of the T-R {Generalized Lambda
V} Families of Distributions that can fit? [3] (Appendix 1) and
(Figures 1-3).

Appendix 1:

DataQ1 = Flatten Data11; Length DataQ1 72

Min DataQ1 0.1; Max DataQ1 64.

AX1 = Empirical Distribution DataQ1

Data Distribution «Empirical», { 58}

K1 = Discrete Plot [CDF [AX1, x ], {x, 0, 65, (65-0)/58} , Plot Style c {Black, Thick} , Plot Markers c {Automatic, Small} , Filling c None,

Plot Range c All]

(Figure 1)

F1 x_, a_, b: = 1 - 1 - x ^ ab

CDF Weibull Distribution c, d, x

I. Weibull. nb

D 1 - E^ - F1 M x, c, d, a, b, x

PLK1 = Sum Log MQ DataQ1, a, b, c, di, i,1, Length DataQ1;