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21) For a proof of this result, see Theorem 1a of Feller (1966, p. 416). 3 Discrete Laplace transform: Probability generating function Probability generating functions characterize integer-valued rvs. Their definition is recalled next. 14. 6. 1 Deﬁnition The moment generating function (mgf) is a widely used tool in many statistics texts, as it is in Kaas et al. (2001). These functions serve to prove statements about convolutions of distributions, and also about limits. Unlike Laplace transforms or risks, mgfs do not always exist.

We only prove (i); (ii) can be proven in a similar way. 15, we find that the following equivalences hold for all real x: Ft−1X p ≤ x ⇔ p ≤ Ft X x ⇔ p ≤ FX t−1+ x ⇔ FX−1 p ≤ t−1+ x ⇔ t FX−1 p ≤ x Note that the above proof only holds if t−1+ is finite. But one can verify that the equivalences also hold if t−1+ x = ± . 17. 16 allows us to define an inverse for the tf. The inverses of the df FX and of the tf F X are related by −1 −1+ FX−1 p = F X 1 − p and FX−1+ p = F X for any probability level p.

The rvs X1 X2 FX x = Xn are independent if, and only if, n i=1 FXi xi holds for all x ∈ n MATHEMATICAL EXPECTATION 21 or equivalently, if, and only if, FX x = n i=1 n F Xi xi holds for all x ∈ In words, the joint df (or tf) of a random vector X with independent components is thus the product of the marginal dfs (or tfs). Similarly, the joint (discrete or continuous) pdfs of independent random vectors factor into the product of the univariate pdfs. 22. The random couple X = X1 X2 with joint tf F X x1 x2 = exp − 1 x1 − 2 x2 x1 x2 ≥ 0 1 2 >0 has independent components since F X x = F X1 x1 F X2 x2 , where F Xi is the tf associated with xp i , i = 1 2.