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Cook-Type Influence Measure in Constrained Regression Models
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 Title & Authors
Cook-Type Influence Measure in Constrained Regression Models
Kim, Myung-Geun;
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 Abstract
A Cook-type distance is considered for investigating the influence of observations in constrained regression models. Its exact sampling distribution is derived, which is used for judging whether each observation is influential or not. A numerical example is provided for illustration.
 Keywords
Constrained regression;Cook-type distance;influence;
 Language
English
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