The Exact Moments of a Ratio of Quadratic Forms in Normal Variables
AbstractThe exact moments of x'Ax/x'Bx are obtained, where x is a normally distributed vector with some mean (possibly nonzero) and positive definite covariance matrix, A is symmetric and B positive semi definite. These moments appear as simple integrals which can be evaluated numerically in a straightforward manner. In addition, the precise conditions for the existence of the moments are found. Some related results are also reported.
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Volume (Year): (1986)
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