By Charles J.(Charles J. Stone) Stone
This author's sleek method is meant basically for graduate-level mathematical statistics or statistical inference classes. the writer takes a finite-dimensional sensible modeling point of view (in distinction to the normal parametric method) to reinforce the relationship among statistical conception and statistical technique.
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