In probability theory, the Type-2 Gumbel probability density function is
This implies that it is similar to the Weibull distributions, substituting and a = − k. Note however that a positive k (as in the Weibull distribution) would yield a negative a, which is not allowed here as it would yield a negative probability density.
Generates a sample of the Type II Gumbel distribution.
Name | Type | Description |
a | double | |
b | double |
Type | Description |
double | the generated sample |
Generates a sample of the Type II Gumbel distribution using the specified random number generator.
Name | Type | Description |
a | double | |
b | double | |
r | java.util.Random | the random number generator |
Type | Description |
double | the generated sample |