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Keywords:
generalized FGM distribution; extremes; stereology; maximum domain of attraction
Summary:
The generalized FGM distribution and related copulas are used as bivariate models for the distribution of spheroidal characteristics. It is shown that this model is suitable for the study of extremes of the 3D spheroidal particles observed in terms of their random planar sections.
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