Mixture (probability)

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In probability theory and statistics, a mixture is a probabilistic combination of two or more probability distributions.[1] The concept arises mostly in two contexts:

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  1. ^ Heidari, Hadi; Arabi, Mazdak; Ghanbari, Mahshid; Warziniack, Travis (June 2020). "A Probabilistic Approach for Characterization of Sub-Annual Socioeconomic Drought Intensity-Duration-Frequency (IDF) Relationships in a Changing Environment". Water. 12 (6): 1522. doi:10.3390/w12061522.