Some Obreshkov measures of dependence and their use
Comptes rendus de l'Académie bulgare des sciences: sciences mathématiques et naturelles
The dependence in the world of the uncertainty is a complex concept. The textbooks do avoid any discussions in this regard. However, dependence exists and can be measured. We use the concept of dependence proposed about 50 years ago by the famous Bulgarian mathematician N. Obreshkov and discuss the ways of its interpretation establish some additional interesting properties, and point out areas of applications. Then we apply it to some examples to illustrate how suitable this approach is in the studies of local dependence between non-numeric and numeric random variables.
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Dimitrov, Boyan N., "Some Obreshkov measures of dependence and their use" (2010). Mathematics Publications. 22.