type-1 error


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type-1 error

An error made when a null hypothesis is rejected but is actually true.
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For the purposes of this study, Type-1 errors or false positives are more serious than Type-2 errors or false negatives.
Its Type-1 errors are typically smaller than the TRA's for any given Type-2 errors.
We define "best" as missing the smallest number of inadequately capitalized banks--in other words, having the smallest number of Type-1 errors.
This pattern means that, for any level of type-2 error, type-1 error is lower for FIMS than for the UBSS.
In this case, a type-1 error occurs when the model incorrectly classifies a downgraded bank, and a type-2 error occurs when the model misclassifies a bank that is not down-graded.