Binary Regressors in Dimension Reduction Models : a New Look at Treatment

@inproceedings{Carroll1995BinaryRI,
  title={Binary Regressors in Dimension Reduction Models : a New Look at Treatment},
  author={COMPARISONSR. J. Carroll and Ker-Chau Li},
  year={1995}
}
In this paper, new aspects of treatment comparison are brought out via the dimension reduction model of Li (1991) for general regression settings. Denoting the treatment indicator by Z and the covariate by X, the model Y = g(v0X + Z; ) is discussed in detail. Estimates of v and are obtained without assuming a functional form for g. Our method is based on the use of SIR (sliced inverse regression) for reducing the dimensionality of the covariate, followed by a partial-inverse mean matching… CONTINUE READING

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