Informational Complexity Criteria For Regression Models
AbstractThis paper pursues three objectives in the context of multiple regression models: 1) To give a rationale for model selection criteria which combine a badness of fit term (such as minus twice the log likelihood) with a measure of complexity of a model. 2) To investigate the asymptotic consistency properties of the class of ICOMP criteria first in the case when one of the models considered is the true model and to introduce and establish a consistency property for the case when none of the models is the true model. 3) To investigate the finite sample behavior of ICOMP criteria by means of a simulation study where none of the models considered is the true model.
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Length: 32 pages
Date of creation: 1996
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