Let's say my probability function is given by: p(y1,y2)=Γ(y1+y2+γ)/((y1+y2)!*Γ(γ)), when γ>0 is known. I suppose it is from an exponential family but I can't write in canonical form because I'm only familiar with exponential family with one variable so I'm confused now when there's to variable. Can someone help me out here.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Distribution of exponential family

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