Likelihood Methods in Statistics


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This book provides an introduction to the modern theory of likelihood-based statistical inference. This theory is characterized by several important features. One is the recognition that it is desirable to condition on relevant ancillary statistics. Another is that probability approximations are based on saddlepoint and closely related approximations that generally have very high accuracy. A third aspect is that, for models with nuisance parameters, inference is often based on marginal or conditional likelihoods, or ...

Likelihood Methods in Statistics 2001, OUP Oxford, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780198506508