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COMMENTS ON: ORDERING PROPERTIES OF ORDER STATISTICS FROM HETEROGENEOUS POPULATIONS: A REVIEW WITH AN EMPHASIS ON SOME RECENT DEVELOPMENTS BY N. BALAKRISHNAN AND P. ZHAO

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  13 August 2013

Baha-Eldin Khaledi
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Department of Statistics, Razi University, Kermanshah, Iran E-mail: bkhaledi@hotmail.com
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I thank the authors for providing another excellent review on stochastic comparisons of order statistics after the review paper written by Kochar and Xu (2007).

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COMMENTS ON: ORDERING PROPERTIES OF ORDER STATISTICS FROM HETEROGENEOUS POPULATIONS: A REVIEW WITH AN EMPHASIS ON SOME RECENT DEVELOPMENTS BY N. BALAKRISHNAN AND P. ZHAO
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