## Introduction to Mathematical StatisticsAn exceptionally clear and impeccably accurate presentation of statistical applications and more advanced theory. Included is a chapter on the distribution of functions of random variables as well as an excellent chapter on sufficient statistics. More modern technology is used in considering limiting distributions, making the presentations more clear and uniform. |

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Since this ratio does not

Example 3. Let Yx < Y2 < . . . < Y„ denote the order statistics of a random sample

of size n from the distribution with p.d.f. Here we use the indicator function of set A

...

Since this ratio does not

**depend upon 9**, the sum Yx is a sufficient statistic for 9.Example 3. Let Yx < Y2 < . . . < Y„ denote the order statistics of a random sample

of size n from the distribution with p.d.f. Here we use the indicator function of set A

...

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0, for all 9. That is, there is a nonzero function of those minimal sufficient statistics,

Yx and Y„, whose expectation is zero for ... S2 of a random sample from N(9, 1)

has a distribution that does not

0, for all 9. That is, there is a nonzero function of those minimal sufficient statistics,

Yx and Y„, whose expectation is zero for ... S2 of a random sample from N(9, 1)

has a distribution that does not

**depend upon 9**and hence is an ancillary statistic.Page 353

7.9 Sufficiency, Completeness, and Independence We have noted that if we have

a sufficient statistic F, for a parameter 9, 9eQ, then h(z\yx), the conditional p.d.f. of

another statistic Z, given F, = yx , does not

7.9 Sufficiency, Completeness, and Independence We have noted that if we have

a sufficient statistic F, for a parameter 9, 9eQ, then h(z\yx), the conditional p.d.f. of

another statistic Z, given F, = yx , does not

**depend upon 9**. If, moreover, Y\ and ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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