Power divergence information criterion

@inproceedings{Cressie1996PowerDI,
  title={Power divergence information criterion},
  author={N. Cressie},
  year={1996}
}
In this article, the power divergence statistics are adapted to a family of information criteria that includes Akaike’s information criterion as a special case. The principal application here is to problems involving counts and proportions, although the power-divergence information criterion (PIC) can be used in all those situations where one finds other information criteria being used, such as in the problem of model selection. 
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