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|Title:||Tail-adaptive Location Rank Test for the Generalized Secant Hyperbolic Distribution|
|Citation:||Communications in Statistics-simulation and Computation, 2008; 37(6):1052-1063|
|Publisher:||Marcel Dekker Inc|
|O. Y. Kravchuk and J. Hu|
|Abstract:||The generalized secant hyperbolic distribution (GSHD) was recently introduced as a modeling tool in data analysis. The GSHD is a unimodal distribution that is completely specified by location, scale, and shape parameters. It has also been shown elsewhere that the rank procedures of location are regular, robust, and asymptotically fully efficient. In this article, we study certain tail weight measures for the GSHD and introduce a tail-adaptive rank procedure of location based on those tail weight measures. We investigate the properties of the new adaptive rank procedure and compare it to some conventional estimators.|
|Keywords:||Adaptive rank estimator; Generalized secant hyperbolic distribution; location problem; tail weight|
|Rights:||Copyright © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC|
|Appears in Collections:||Agriculture, Food and Wine publications|
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