Asymptotic equivalence of nonparametric regression and white noise model has its limits
AbstractOne of the common themes of the modern nonparametric functional estimation folklore is that the signal-in-white-noise model can serve as a prototype for nonparametric regression. In this note we give an example showing that it may not always be the case
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