Olivier G. Núñez

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Inequality and polarization analyses are complementary but conceptually different. They are usually implemented independently in practic e, with different a priori assumptions and different tools. In this paper, we develop a unique method to study simultaneously these different and complementary concerns. Based on mixture models, the method we develop(More)
We propose calibration methods for nonlinear mixed effects models. Using an estimator whose asymptotic properties are known, four different statistics are used to perform the calibration. Simulations are carried out to compare the performance of these statistics. Finally, the milk discard time prediction of an antibiotic, which has motivated this study, is(More)
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