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|Title:||The relationship between the negative binomial distribution and hitchhiking||Authors:||Nicolas, Sally||Advisors:||Dib, Youssef||Subjects:||Hitchhiking||Issue Date:||2018||Abstract:||
To evaluate the number of days for a hitchhiker to visit N cities that they are connected through a path, we have made a stochastic time model and we proved that this phenomenon adapts a negative binomial distribution. In each day the hitchhiker can visit only one city which is considered as a point of attraction and every time he trips in one direction. In order to get a probability of having a successful hitchhike, in our study, we take the average of the statistics that are collected from soliciting 62 incidental rides in 73 attempts.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 24-25).
Supervised by Dr. Youssef Dib.
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