Finite mixtures of probability distributions may be successfully used in the modeling of probability distributions of incomes. These distributions are typically heavy tailed and positively skewed. This article deals with the problem of determining the number of components in mixture modeling. This paper considers the likelihood of ratio-based testing of the null hypothesis of homogeneity in mixture models. The number of components is an important parameter in the applications of finite mixture models.
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|Modeling income on the basis of distribution mixture||Oct 17, 2019|
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