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[In this chapter, the model choiceModel choice problem is stated, and applications in several areas are presented. The definition of separate or nonnested modelsSeparate models is given. The alternative approaches proposed by Cox (1961, 1962) for choosing among such models are presented. General...
[This chapter presents frequentist statistical methods. Hypothesis tests, namely, the Cox test and alternatives, are described. An interpretation of the test results is provided. Applications to the exponentialExponentialdistribution, gammaGammadistribution, WeibullWeibulldistribution, and...
[Bayesian methods of model discrimination are discussed in this chapter. Alternative Bayes factorsAlternativeBayes factor are presented for when improper priors are used and the usual Bayes factorAlternativeBayes factor cannot be specified. The concepts of imaginary training sampleImaginary...
[This chapter addressesSupport the pureSimulationlikelihoodPure likelihood approach to model choiceModel choice. The concepts of normalizedNormalized likelihood, adjustedAdjusted likelihood, relativeRelative likelihood, and profile likelihoodProfile likelihood are introduced. A relative...
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