I cannot read the exponent on the right in front of the integral.
But from what I can see, this does not make sense.
On the RHS, y is a dummy variable of integration, but it's a variable on the LHS.
Dear All, I come across an equation when reading a paper. The author has skipped the steps to derive the equation. I am new to distributions. Could you please help me look into it? Thanks in advance!
y~N(0,1+e/e)