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Is Air Pollution Controlled Enough? “Tapered Probabilities” Answer

Ramalingam Shanmugam1
  • 1 Texas State University, United States

Abstract

Air pollution is dangerous sespecially to the residents in cities, as it causes lung, heart, or respiratory illness. Public health professionals ponder whether the air pollution is significantly controilled. The amount of existing air pollution is measurable, but not its regulated level, which is therefore as a parameter in a novel manner in this article. However, there is no suitable methodology in the literature to extract and test whether the an estimated data evidence about the regulated air pollution level is significant. To fulfill the need, this article constructs a methodology based on tapered probability model for the air pollution data. Our new methodology is demonstrated using the air pollution data in African, American, Asian, European and Oceanic continents.

Current Research in Medicine
Volume 8 No. 1, 2017, 14-28

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3844/amjsp.2017.14.28

Submitted On: 28 August 2017 Published On: 6 November 2017

How to Cite: Shanmugam, R. (2017). Is Air Pollution Controlled Enough? “Tapered Probabilities” Answer. Current Research in Medicine, 8(1), 14-28. https://doi.org/10.3844/amjsp.2017.14.28

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Keywords

  • P-value
  • Statistical Power
  • Risk Analysis
  • Hazard Function
  • Mean Excess Function
  • Pollution’s Memory Level