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Multivariate cumulative distribution functions (CDFs) are a way of characterizing multivariate distributions which generalize the univariate CDF.
This concept has the prerequisites:
Core resources (read/watch one of the following)
→ Probability and Statistics
An introductory textbook on probability theory and statistics.
- Section 3.4, "Bivariate distributions," pages 118-126
- Section 3.5, "Marginal distributions," up to "Independent random variables," pages 128-131
→ A First Course in Probability
An introductory probability textbook.
Location: Section 6.1, "Joint distribution functions," pages 258-267
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