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This paper compares three different linear procedures for classification: the normal one, the canonical one and a distribution‐free one recently described by Heuchenne. The study is mainly conducted using a simulation which makes it possible to compute the probabilities of correct allocation of...
Recently, Pirkle et al. used a sample of 40–59 year old white males from the second cycle of the U.S. National Health and Nutrition Survey (NHANES II) to estimate the association between blood pressure and blood lead concentration. They found that, on average, a 1 μg/dl increase in blood lead...
In this paper we obtain identities for some stopped Markov chains. These identities give a unified approach to many problems in optimal stopping of a Markovian sequence, extinction probability of a Markovian branching process and martingale theory.
The aim of this paper is to add results to the everlasting attempt to find appropriate models for the description and analysis of choice behaviour. As stochastic generalizations within choice models which allow estimation and testing in a straightforward way should be of great interest,...
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