Khan, Shahjahan ORCID: https://orcid.org/000000020446086X (2000) Improved estimation of the mean vector for Studentt model. Communications In Statistics: Theory & Methods, 29 (3). pp. 507527. ISSN 03610926

Text
jcomm99.pdf Download (182kB) 
Abstract
Improved JamesStein type estimation of the mean vector
$\mbox{\boldmath $\mu$}$ of a multivariate Studentt population of
dimension p with $\nu$
degrees of freedom is considered. In addition to the sample data,
uncertain prior information on the value of the mean vector, in the form of
a null hypothesis, is used for the estimation. The usual maximum likelihood
estimator (mle) of $\mbox{\boldmath $\mu$}$ is obtained and a test statistic
for testing $H_0: \mbox{\boldmath $\mu$} = \mbox{\boldmath $\mu$}_0$ is
derived. Based on the mle of $\mbox{\boldmath $\mu$}$ and the test statistic
the preliminary test estimator (PTE), Steintype shrinkage
estimator (SE) and positiverule shrinkage estimator (PRSE) are
defined. The bias and the quadratic risk of the estimators are
evaluated. The relative performances of the
estimators are investigated by analyzing the risks under different
conditions. It is observed that the PRSE dominates over the other three
estimators, regardless of the validity of the null hypothesis and the value
$\nu.$
Statistics for this ePrint Item 
Item Type:  Article (Commonwealth Reporting Category C) 

Refereed:  Yes 
Item Status:  Live Archive 
Additional Information:  Deposited in accordance with the copyright requirements of the publisher. 
Faculty/School / Institute/Centre:  Historic  Faculty of Sciences  Department of Maths and Computing (Up to 30 Jun 2013) 
Faculty/School / Institute/Centre:  Historic  Faculty of Sciences  Department of Maths and Computing (Up to 30 Jun 2013) 
Date Deposited:  11 Oct 2007 00:34 
Last Modified:  02 May 2017 00:06 
Uncontrolled Keywords:  uncertain prior information, maximum likelihood estimator, likelihood ratio test, JamesStein estimator, preliminary test and shrinkage estimator, bias, quadratic risk, multivariate normal, Studentt and inverted gamma distributions, dominance, and relative efficiency 
Fields of Research (2008):  01 Mathematical Sciences > 0104 Statistics > 010499 Statistics not elsewhere classified 01 Mathematical Sciences > 0104 Statistics > 010405 Statistical Theory 
Fields of Research (2020):  49 MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES > 4905 Statistics > 490599 Statistics not elsewhere classified 49 MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES > 4905 Statistics > 490509 Statistical theory 
URI:  http://eprints.usq.edu.au/id/eprint/1052 
Actions (login required)
Archive Repository Staff Only 