Admissibility and minimaxity of generalized Bayes estimators for spherically symmetric family
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- Maruyama, Yuzo, 2009. "An admissibility proof using an adaptive sequence of smoother proper priors approaching the target improper prior," Journal of Multivariate Analysis, Elsevier, vol. 100(8), pages 1845-1853, September.
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KeywordsAdmissibility Spherically symmetric distribution Minimaxity Regularly varying function Harmonic prior;
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