Completeness, Advanced Statistics

Completeness: A term applied to a statistic t when there is only one function of that the statistic which can have the given expected value. If, for instance, the one function of t is an unbiased estimator of the certain function of the parameter, θ, no other function of t will be. The concept confers the uniqueness property upon the estimator.

Posted Date: 7/27/2012 12:46:16 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Completeness, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Completeness, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Completeness Discussions

Write discussion on Completeness
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
methods of determining trend in time series?

We are installing a router for our network. We believe that the time between the arrival of packets will be exponentially distributed with parameter R = 2 packets/second, and th

what are all the organs

Genomics  is the study of the structure, function and the evolution of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) or ribonucleic acid (RNA) sequences which comprise the genome of living organisms

Principal components regression analysis is a process often taken in use to overcome the problem of multicollinearity in the regression, when simply deleting a number of the expla

The time series for RESI1, HI1 and COOK1 have appeared again with different outlier values even though the 17 outliers found early were removed.

Recurrence risk : Usually the probability that an individual experiences an event of interest given previous experience(s) of the event; for example, the probability of recurrence

The initial evaluation of the set of observations to see whether or not they appear to satisfy the hypotheses or assumptions of the methods to be used in their analysis. Techniques

The phrase first spoken by one of the witches in Macbeth. Now this is used to describe the exponential rise in the number of possible locations in the multivariate space as dimensi

The type of longitudinal study in which the subjects receive different treatments on the various occasions. Random allocation is required to determine the order in which the treatm