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bootstrap

a method for estimating parameters by repeatedly drawing random samples, with replacement, from the collected observations.
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Bootstrap confidence bands for regression curves and their derivatives, Annals of Statistics 31(6): 1852-1884.
The one-sample bootstrap method assumes that an independent and identically distributed (i.
Previous investigations have also used the bootstrap in the context of time series studies of air pollution, including investigations of the effect of concurvity in generalized additive models (Figueiras et al.
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Bootstrap finance is a set of techniques used by entrepreneurs to gain or supplement financial resources needed for operations (Ebben and Johnson, 2006; Winborg and Landstrom, 2001).
The objectives of this study are (a) to assess the production efficiency of Indian banks using the bootstrap approach to data envelopment analysis and (b) to examine the impact of loan quality and ownership on bias-corrected bootstrap efficiency scores.
Wilcox says in order to bootstrap successfully, a clear plan is needed.
They present a textbook for an elementary one-semester or one-quarter course in bootstrap methods, improving on Chernick's earlier text.
A alternativa proposta para avaliar a significancia do coeficiente de correlacao e um procedimento empirico de bootstrap nao-parametrico, para verificacao da possivel utilizacao da metodologia para avaliar as significancias das correlacoes genotipicas e ambientais.
Because a bootstrap model can be tailored to the data, it is possible to assess and adjust the model to fit the data and accommodate the unique characteristics of each data set as it becomes available.
The bootstrap uses the Monte Carlo procedure to estimate the unknown probability distribution F by drawing samples from X with replacement.
So as TiE moves into the mainstream, perhaps it has a thing or two to each all American entrepreneurs about how to bootstrap themselves to success--help one another, invest in good ideas, mentor young talent and network, network, network.