Comparative Simulation Studies on Generalized Binomial Models

- Journal title : Communications for Statistical Applications and Methods
- Volume 18, Issue 4, 2011, pp.507-516
- Publisher : The Korean Statistical Society
- DOI : 10.5351/CKSS.2011.18.4.507

Title & Authors

Comparative Simulation Studies on Generalized Binomial Models

Baik, E.J.; Kim, K.Y.;

Baik, E.J.; Kim, K.Y.;

Abstract

Comparative studies on generalized binomial models (Moon, 2003; Ng, 1989; Paul, 1985; Kupper and Haseman, 1978; Griffiths, 1973) are restrictive in that the models compared are rather limited and MSE of the estimates is the only measure considered for the model adequacy. This paper is aimed to report simulation results which provide possible guidelines for selecting a proper model. We examine Pearson type of goodness-of-fit statistic to its degrees of freedom and AIC for the overall model quality. MSE and Bias of the individual estimates are also considered as the component fit measures. Performance of some models varies widely for a certain range of the parameter space while most of the models are quite competent. Our evaluation shows that the Extended Beta-Binomial model (Prentice, 1986) turns out to be particularly favorable in the point that it provides consistently excellent fit almost all over the values of the intra-class correlation coefficient and the probability of success.

Keywords

Correlated binomial data;generalized binomial models;goodness-of-fit;

Language

Korean

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