α-SCALAR CURVATURE OF THE t-MANIFOLD Cho, Bong-Sik; Jung, Sun-Young;
The Fisher information matrix plays a significant role in statistical inference in connection with estimation and properties of variance of estimators. In this paper, we define the parameter space of the t-manifold using its Fisher's matrix and characterize the t-manifold from the viewpoint of information geometry. The -scalar curvatures to the t-manifold are calculated.
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