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unbiased

(ŭn-bī′ĭst)
1. Neutral; impartial; uninfluenced.
2. Scientifically randomized.
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By replacing [x.sub.n] with (19) and [[??].sup.[i].sub.n] with (22), and substituting the unbiasedness constrain (20), filtering error is obtained
This implies the unbiasedness of the estimate at the moment i [greater than or equal to] fr and the relation
When equation (8) is estimated within sample, our main interest is testing for unbiasedness and whether the transitory deviation in inflation displays the correct size ([[beta].sub.h] = 1).
Goodhart, McMahon and Ngama (1992) attributed the failure of the unbiasedness hypothesis in their study to the existence of outlier data and structural breaks.
The interpolated coefficients of Kriging were obtained by the condition of unbiasedness and the principle of minimum variation.
Meanwhile, in order to test the stability of features selected by SFS and verify the effectiveness of this method, the SVM training and testing will be implemented together on that feature subset in each iteration, and the training process takes leave-one-out method for cross validation to ensure the unbiasedness of the result.
Hence, against truncated nearest neighbor, KIN use SCAD threshold that simultaneously satisfies unbiasedness and sparsity [15].
These techniques were used by researchers to examine the unbiasedness of the forward rate as a predictor of the future spot rate (see, for example, Norrbin and Reffertt (1996), Wesso (1999) and Barnhart et al.
(1997) On Single and Multi-Market Unbiasedness of Forward Exchange Rates: Some Evidence from Four Asian Countries.
Kenourgios Samitas and Christodoulou (2006) found that the foreign exchange market is efficient in the long run but rejected the Forward Rate Unbiasedness Hypothesis in the short run.