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Properties of some statistical procedures based on the use of exponential scores.

Paul Charleton Burr

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Published
**1976**
by Brunel University in Uxbridge
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Contributions | Brunel University Theses. Department of Statistics and Operational Research. |

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Pagination | 1 v ; |

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Open Library | OL14465625M |

Properties of an exponential scores statistic which provides a non-parametric test of the homogeneity of k continuous populations are considered. Tables of exact critical values are given for the case k = 3 and some small sample sizes and approximations to the critical values are developed and evaluated. Small sample power comparisons. A statistical hypothesis is an assumption about a population which may or may not be true. Hypothesis testing is a set of formal procedures used by statisticians to either accept or reject statistical hypotheses. Statistical hypotheses are of two types: Null hypothesis, ${H_0}$ - represents a hypothesis of chance basis.

The exponential distribution family has a density function that can take on many possible forms commonly encountered in economical applications. This fact has led many people to study the properties of the exponential distribution family and to propose various estimation techniques (method of moments, mixed moments, maximum likelihood etc.).File Size: KB. The exponential function can be described as, y = a e^(b x) where a and b are constants. The curve that we use to fit data sets is in this form so it is important to understand what happens when a and b are changed. Recall that any number or variable when raised to the 0 power is 1. In this case if b or x is 0 then, e^0 = 1.

The difference between statistical and probabilistic models. A probabilistic analysis is possible when we know a good generative model for the randomness in the data, and we are provided with the parameters’ actual values. Figure The probabilistic model we obtained in Chapter data are represented as \(x\) in green. We can use the observed data to compute the . the one parameter nor in the two parameter Exponential family, but in a family called a curved Exponential family. We start with the one parameter regular Exponential family. Deﬂnition and First Examples We start with an illustrative example that brings out some of the most important properties of distributions in an Exponential Size: KB.

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