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Linear Statistical Inference and its Applications.
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Information and the Accuracy Attainable in the Estimation of Statistical Parameters
The earliest method of estimation of statistical parameters is the method of least squares due to Mark off. A set of observations whose expectations are linear functions of a number of unknownExpand
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Estimation of variance and covariance components--MINQUE theory
The paper consists of two parts. The first part deals with solutions to some optimization problems. The general problem is one of minimssing Tr AVA'U, where V and U are positive definite matricesExpand
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On discrete distributions arising out of methods of ascertainment
Non-observability of events. Certain types of events, although they occur may be unascertainable and the observed distribution would therefore be truncated. An example is the frequency of familiesExpand
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Diversity: its measurement, decomposition, apportionment and analysis
Two general methods of obtaining measures of diversity within a population are discussed. One is based on an intrinsic notion of dissimilarity between individuals and the other makes use of theExpand
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Linear Statistical Inference and its Applications, Second Editon
  • C. R. Rao
  • Computer Science
  • Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics
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