sigma] = scaling factor for lognormal distributions
Their time trajectories were monitored to check whether the stock biomass or depletion and the biomass indices conformed to the assumed lognormal distributions
For simplicity, we also suppose that the expected value and volatility are constant over time with a lognormal distribution
When items are added or subtracted, they tend to normal, but when multiplied or divided, they tend to a lognormal distribution
, such as sizes of living tissues.
It was concluded that at both selected lanes, the lognormal distribution
with a shift of 0.
Gene expression profiling in single cells from the pancreatic islets of Langerhans reveals lognormal distribution
of mRNA levels.
8) In the random parameters models, the scale parameter is assumed to follow a lognormal distribution
, and the Providence resident interaction variables are treated as fixed mean shifters.
2] for the lognormal distribution
using the method-of-moments: Let m and [s.
In their derivation, Black and Scholes assume a nondividend-paying stock whose price dynamics are described by a geometric Brownian motion with a resulting lognormal distribution
for stock returns.
We also show that the latent and infectious periods can be approximated by using lognormal distributions
with means (SD) of 4.
c) For the combination of two normal or lognormal distributions
, besides the parameters for single distributions and their occurrences (usually greater than 50%), the mean sizes of crystals and of accumulated occurrences at the points, where the slope of the distribution curve changed, are mentioned in Tables 3, 4, and 5.
A statistical test was applied to determine if the two lognormal distributions
being compared (N50 and sigma) were different.