Collaborative double robust targeted maximum likelihood estimation.

@article{Laan2010CollaborativeDR,
  title={Collaborative double robust targeted maximum likelihood estimation.},
  author={Mark J van der Laan and Susan Gruber},
  journal={The international journal of biostatistics},
  year={2010},
  volume={6 1},
  pages={Article 17}
}
Collaborative double robust targeted maximum likelihood estimators represent a fundamental further advance over standard targeted maximum likelihood estimators of a pathwise differentiable parameter of a data generating distribution in a semiparametric model, introduced in van der Laan, Rubin (2006). The targeted maximum likelihood approach involves fluctuating an initial estimate of a relevant factor (Q) of the density of the observed data, in order to make a bias/variance tradeoff targeted… CONTINUE READING

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