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.

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