Explain lattice distribution, Advanced Statistics

Lattice distribution: A class of probability distributions to which most of the distributions for discrete random variables used in statistics belongs. In such type of distributions the intervals between values of any one random variable for which there are non-zero probabilities are all integral multiples of one quantity. Points with these coordinates therefore form a lattice. By the approximate linear transformation it can be arranged that all variables take values which are integers.

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