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 AM  Vol.6 No.12 , November 2015
On Finding Geodesic Equation of Two Parameters Logistic Distribution
Abstract: In this paper, we used two different algorithms to solve some partial differential equations, where these equations originated from the well-known two parameters of logistic distributions. The first method was the classical one that involved solving a triply of partial differential equations. The second approach was the well-known Darboux Theory. We found that the geodesic equations are a pair of isotropic curves or minimal curves. As expected, the two methods reached the same result.
Cite this paper: Chen, W. (2015) On Finding Geodesic Equation of Two Parameters Logistic Distribution. Applied Mathematics, 6, 2169-2174. doi: 10.4236/am.2015.612189.
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