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**David R. Anderson,Kenneth P. Burnham**

- Author:David R. Anderson,Kenneth P. Burnham
- ISBN:1441929738
- ISBN13:978-1441929730
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- Publisher:Springer (December 1, 2010)
- Pages:488 pages
- Subcategory:Biological Sciences
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A Practical c Approach. Such procedures lead to more robust inferences in many cases, and we advocate these approaches throughout the book.

A Practical c Approach. eBook 93,08 €. price for Finland (gross). First, we have tried to improve the presentation of the material. Boxes now highlight ess- tial expressions and points. Some reorganization has been done to improve the ?ow of concepts, and a new chapter has been added.

This is an excellent book on model selection and multi-model inference. However, this approach has a major pitfall: if we want to do model selection based on the information criteria such as AIC, all of the models in the pool should be obtainable from the "global" model by imposing restrictions on the deterministic parameters.

Traditional statistical inference can then be based on this selected best model. These methods allow the data-based selection of a best model and a ranking and weighting of the remaining models in a pre-de?ned set. Traditional statistical inference can then be based on this selected best model.

Swanson and Zeng (2001) discussed and evaluated forecast combination based on the model selection approach, and outlined a combination approach based on exacted predictive ability Recent development in econometric analysis of model selection. Boxes now highlight ess- tial expressions and points

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Model selection, under the information theoretic approach presented here, attempts to identify the (likely) best . This book is unique in that it covers the philosophy of model-based data analysis and a strategy for the analysis of empirical data.

Model selection methods are extended to allow inference from more than a single "best" model. Several methods are given that allow the uncertainty as to which model is "best" to be incorporated into estimates of precision. An array of examples are given to illustrate various technical issues.

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