Iterative Scaling in Curved Exponential Families

@article{Klimova2013IterativeSI,
  title={Iterative Scaling in Curved Exponential Families},
  author={A. Klimova and T. Rudas},
  journal={Scandinavian Journal of Statistics},
  year={2013},
  volume={42},
  pages={832-847}
}
type="main" xml:id="sjos12139-abs-0001"> The paper describes a generalized iterative proportional fitting procedure that can be used for maximum likelihood estimation in a special class of the general log-linear model. The models in this class, called relational, apply to multivariate discrete sample spaces that do not necessarily have a Cartesian product structure and may not contain an overall effect. When applied to the cell probabilities, the models without the overall effect are curved… Expand
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