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CSDA
2006
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Signal extraction for simulated games with a large number of players
A signal extraction problem in simulated games is studied. A modelling technique is proposed for deriving beliefs for players in simulated games. Since standard Bayesian games pro...
Aki Lehtinen
CSDA
2006
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Nearest neighbours in least-squares data imputation algorithms with different missing patterns
Methods for imputation of missing data in the so-called least-squares approximation approach, a non-parametric computationally efficient multidimensional technique, are experiment...
Ito Wasito, Boris Mirkin
CSDA
2006
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An iterated parametric approach to nonstationary signal extraction
Tucker McElroy, Andrew Sutcliffe
CSDA
2006
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Exact maximum likelihood estimation of structured or unit root multivariate time series models
TheexactlikelihoodfunctionofaGaussianvectorautoregressive-movingaverage(VARMA)model is evaluated in two nonstandard cases: (a) a parsimonious structured form, such as obtained in ...
Guy Mélard, Roch Roy, Abdessamad Saidi
CSDA
2006
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Estimation in covariate-adjusted regression
Abstract: The method of covariate adjusted regression was recently proposed for situations where both predictors and response in a regression model are not directly observed, but a...
Damla Sentürk, Danh V. Nguyen
CSDA
2006
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Implementing a class of structural change tests: An econometric computing approach
The implementation of a recently suggested class of structural change tests, which test for parameter instability in general parametric models, in the R language for statistical c...
Achim Zeileis
CSDA
2006
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Robust weighted LAD regression
The least squares linear regression estimator is well-known to be highly sensitive to unusual observations in the data, and as a result many more robust estimators have been propo...
Avi Giloni, Jeffrey S. Simonoff, Bhaskar Sengupta
CSDA
2006
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A recursive approach to detect multivariable conditional variance components and conditional random effects
A complex trait like crop yield is determined by its component traits. Multivariable conditional analysis in a general mixed linear model is helpful in dissecting the gene express...
Jixiang Wu, Dongfeng Wu, Johnie N. Jenkins Jr., Ja...
CSDA
2006
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Mean estimation with calibration techniques in presence of missing data
María del Mar Rueda, S. Martínez, H....
CSDA
2006
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Robust measures of tail weight
The kurtosis coefficient is often regarded as a measure of the tail heaviness of a distribution relative to that of the normal distribution. However, it also measures the peakedne...
Guy Brys, Mia Hubert, Anja Struyf
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