Explain Generalized poisson distribution, Advanced Statistics

Generalized poisson distribution: The probability distribution can be defined as follows:


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The distribution corresponds to the situation in which the values of the random variable with a

Poisson distribution are recorded properly, except when true value is unity, when there is a non-zero probability that it will be recorded as zero.

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