Factorial moment generating function, Advanced Statistics

The function of a variable t which, when extended formally as a power series in t, yields factorial moments as the coefficients of the respective powers. If the P(t) is probability generating function of the discrete random variable, the factorial moment of the generating function is simply given as P(1+t).

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