Three-Point Approximations for Continuous Random Variables
This paper compares a number of approximations used to estimate means and variances of continuous random variables and/ or to serve as substitutes for the probability distributions of such variables, with particular emphasis on three-point approximations.
Keefer, D.I. and Bodily, S.E., 1983, Three-point approximations for continuous random variables: Management Science, v. 26, p. 595-609.
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