Credible intervals : how credible are they?

By: Walley, P. (DSIR, Applied Mathematics Division. Auckland).
Contributor(s): Pericchi, L.R. (Universidad Simon Bolivar, Departamento de Matematicas, Caracas, Venezuela).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: 1988Description: 76 p.ISSN: 0110-7097.Report number: AMD--143Subject(s): STATISTICAL MODELS | INTERVALS | STATISTICAL ANALYSIS
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In this paper we survey and compare various classes of probability densities that may be used to model weak prior information. We focus on the simple problem of constructing credible intervals for an unknown Normal mean. (auth)
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In this paper we survey and compare various classes of probability densities that may be used to model weak prior information. We focus on the simple problem of constructing credible intervals for an unknown Normal mean. (auth)

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