Cascadedparameters, Advanced Statistics

Cascadedparameters: A group of parameters which is interlinked and where selecting the value for the ?rst parameter affects the choice and option available in the subsequent parameters. This approach brings significant advantages to parameter estimation in the presence of the nuisance parameters.

 

 

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