Interface  Description 

ContinuousDistribution  
DiscreteDistribution  
Distribution 
Distribution

Class  Description 

Binomial 
The frequency in aCount indepedent trials, each with probability aProbability, has a binomial distribution.

Cauchy 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cauchy_distribution

Deterministic  
Erlang 
Distribution of the sum of aCount random variables with an exponential distribution with parameter aLambda.

Exponential 
Distribution of length of life when no aging.

Gamma 
Distribution of the sum of aCount random variables with an exponential distribution with parameter aLambda.

Geometric 
The number of required trials until an event with probability aProbability occurs has a geometric
distribution.

LogNormal 
A continuous distribution in which the logarithm of a variable has a normal distribution.

Normal 
Under general conditions, the sum of a large number of random variables is approximately normally
distributed (the central limit theorem).

Normal1D  
Poisson 
The Poisson distribution is a discrete probability distribution that expresses the probability of a given
number of events occurring in a fixed interval of time and/or space if these events occur with a known
average rate and independently of the time since the last event.

Random1D  
RandomNumber 
RandomNumber

RandomUtils  Deprecated
v48

SampleSet  
TDistribution  
Uniform 
Certain waiting times.

Weibull 
Useful as length of life distribution in reliability theory.

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