Large-sample and small-sample simulations, Applied Statistics

Show that when h = h* for the histogram, the contribution to AMISE of the IV and ISB terms is asymptotically in the ratio 2:1.

Compare the sensitivity of the AMISE(ch) in Equation for various combinations of d, p, and r.

Prove the exact IV and ISB expressions in Equation.

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