A Mathematical WGED – Model Approach on Short-Term High in Density Exercise Training, Attenuated Acute Exercise – Induced Growth Hormone Response

  • M. Kaliraja PG and Research Department of Mathematics, H. H. The Rajah’s College, Pudukottai, Tamil Nadu, India.
  • K. Perarasan PG and Research Department of Mathematics, H. H. The Rajah’s College, Pudukottai, Tamil Nadu, India.
Keywords: Weibull - G class, exponential distribution, Growth Hormone, GH, hazard-rate function, reservedhazard-rate function

Abstract

In the current manuscript, we have demonstrated the recent generalization of Weibull-G exponential distribution (three-parameter) and it is a very familiar distribution as compared to other distribution.It has been found that Weibull-G exponential distribution (WGED) can be utilized pretty efficiently to evaluate the biological data in the position of gamma and log-normal Weibull distributions. It has two shape parameters and the three scale parameters namely, a, b, λ. Some of its statistical properties are acquired, which includes reserved hazard function, probability-density function, hazard-rate function and survival function. Our aim is to shore-up the results of life-time using three-parameter Weibull generalized exponential distribution. Hence, the corresponding probability functions, hazard-rate function, survival function as well as reserved hazard-rate function has been analyzed in the 3 weeks of high-intensity exercise training in short-term. The outcomes of the present study supporting the results of life-time data that the interim elevated intensity exercise activity attenuated an acute exercise induced growth hormone release.

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2019-09-11
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M. Kaliraja, and K. Perarasan. 2019. “A Mathematical WGED – Model Approach on Short-Term High in Density Exercise Training, Attenuated Acute Exercise – Induced Growth Hormone Response”. Mathematical Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences 8 (1), 1-5. https://doi.org/10.15415/mjis.2019.81001.
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