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Robust Bayesian prediction and estimation under a squared log error loss function

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  • Kiapour, A.
  • Nematollahi, N.

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Robust Bayesian analysis is concerned with the problem of making decisions about some future observation or an unknown parameter, when the prior distribution belongs to a class [Gamma] instead of being specified exactly. In this paper, the problem of robust Bayesian prediction and estimation under a squared log error loss function is considered. We find the posterior regret [Gamma]-minimax predictor and estimator in a general class of distributions. Furthermore, we construct the conditional [Gamma]-minimax, most stable and least sensitive prediction and estimation in a gamma model. A prequential analysis is carried out by using a simulation study to compare these predictors.

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  • Kiapour, A. & Nematollahi, N., 2011. "Robust Bayesian prediction and estimation under a squared log error loss function," Statistics & Probability Letters, Elsevier, vol. 81(11), pages 1717-1724, November.
  • Handle: RePEc:eee:stapro:v:81:y:2011:i:11:p:1717-1724
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