Matching distribution, Advanced Statistics

Matching distribution is a probability distribution which arises in the following manner. Suppose that the set of n subjects, numbered 1; . . . ; n respectively, are arranged in the random order, then it is the distribution of the number of subjects for which position in the random pattern equals the number originally given to them. Found from the application of the Boole's formula to be

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