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The parameter estimation method based on minimum residual sum of squares is unsatisfactory in the presence of multicollinearity. Hoerl and Kennard  introduced alternative method called ridge regression estimator. In ridge regression, ridge parameter or biasing constant plays an important role in parameter estimation. Many researchers are suggested… (More)
Maximum likelihood estimates (MLE) of regression parameters in the generalized linear models (GLM) are biased and their bias is non negligible when sample size is small. This study focuses on the GLM with binary data with multiple observations on response for each predictor value when sample size is small. The performance of the estimation methods in… (More)
The selection of relevant variables in the model is one of the important problems in regression analysis. Recently, a few methods were developed based on a model free approach. A multilayer feedforward neural network model was proposed for developing variable selection in regression. A simulation study and real data were used for evaluating the performance… (More)
In multiple linear regression, the ordinary least squares estimator is very sensitive to the presence of multicollinearity and outliers in the response variable. To handle these problems in the data, Winsorized shrinkage estimators are proposed and the performance of these estimators is evaluated through mean square error sense.