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Functional Group Bridge for Simultaneous Regression and Support Estimation

@article{Wang2020FunctionalGB,
  title={Functional Group Bridge for Simultaneous Regression and Support Estimation},
  author={Zhengjia Wang and John F. Magnotti and Michael S. Beauchamp and Meng Li},
  journal={arXiv: Methodology},
  year={2020}
}
There is a wide variety of applications where the unknown nonparametric functions are locally sparse, and the support of a function as well as the function itself is of primary interest. In the function-on-scalar setting, while there has been a rich literature on function estimation, the study of recovering the function support is limited. In this article, we consider the function-on-scalar mixed effect model and propose a weighted group bridge approach for simultaneous function estimation and… Expand

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