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Bandwidth selections based on cross-validation for estimation of a discontinuity point in density

교차타당성을 이용한 확률밀도함수의 불연속점 추정의 띠폭 선택

  • Huh, Jib (Department of Statistics, Duksung Women's University)
  • 허집 (덕성여자대학교 정보통계학과)
  • Received : 2012.06.27
  • Accepted : 2012.07.19
  • Published : 2012.07.31

Abstract

The cross-validation is a popular method to select bandwidth in all types of kernel estimation. The maximum likelihood cross-validation, the least squares cross-validation and biased cross-validation have been proposed for bandwidth selection in kernel density estimation. In the case that the probability density function has a discontinuity point, Huh (2012) proposed a method of bandwidth selection using the maximum likelihood cross-validation. In this paper, two forms of cross-validation with the one-sided kernel function are proposed for bandwidth selection to estimate the location and jump size of the discontinuity point of density. These methods are motivated by the least squares cross-validation and the biased cross-validation. By simulated examples, the finite sample performances of two proposed methods with the one of Huh (2012) are compared.

교차타당성은 커널추정량의 평활모수인 띠폭의 선택 방법으로 흔히 활용되고 있다. 연속인 확률밀도함수의 커널추정량의 띠폭 선택으로 널리 쓰이는 교차타당성 방법으로는 최대가능도교차타당성과 더불어 최소제곱교차타당성과 편의교차타당성이 있다. 확률밀도함수가 하나의 불연속점을 가질 때, Huh (2012)는 불연속점 추정을 위한 커널추정량의 띠폭 선택으로 최대가능도교차타당성을 이용한 방법을 제시하였다. 본 연구에서는 Huh (2012)에 의해 최대가능도교차타당성으로 제안된 띠폭선택의 방법과 같이 한쪽방향커널함수를 이용한 최소제곱교차타당성과 편의교차타당성으로 띠폭 선택 방법을 제시하고, 이들 띠폭 선택 방법들과 Huh (2012)의 최대가능도교차타당성을 이용한 띠폭 선택 방법을 모의실험을 통하여 비교연구 하고자 한다.

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