I have several distributions which I want to compare. They include the Burr distribution, Johnson SB, logistic and a few others. They are all independent. And the range for all data is between 0 and 20
I want to find the probability that the difference in the distributions is 0. What is the best way to go about doing this? I realise I have to double integrate the functions but am not sure how to get the probability for the difference distribution.
Just to clarify, all the scores lie between 0 and 20. So we integrate f(X) over 0 to 20 but what do we integrate f(Y) over? I don't understand how Pr(X-Y=0) = 0 when Pr(X-Y=0) is what we want to find. How do we then go about the case where Pr(X>=Y)?
To give you some background I am looking a competitor scores in a game. I have mapped each competitors data to some distribution and want to find the probability of competitor A having a greater score than competitor B.
How do we go about the case if there are three competitors competing at once? ie: Pr(X>=Y, X>=Z), X has a greater score than both Y and Z.