Testing equality of two functions using BARS.

@article{Behseta2005TestingEO,
  title={Testing equality of two functions using BARS.},
  author={Sam Behseta and Robert E. Kass},
  journal={Statistics in medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={24 22},
  pages={3523-34}
}
This article presents two methods of testing the hypothesis of equality of two functions H(0):f(1)(t)=f(2)(t) for all t, in a generalized non-parametric regression framework using a recently developed generalized non-parametric regression method called Bayesian adaptive regression splines (BARS). Of particular interest is the special case of testing equality of two Poisson process intensity functions lambda(1) (t)=lambda(2) (t), which arises frequently in neurophysiological applications. The… CONTINUE READING

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