1st Edition

Model Discrimination for Nonlinear Regression Models

By Dale S. Borowiak Copyright 1989

    Borowiak (math, U. of Akron) discusses model discrimination based upon incorrect selection probability, presents diagnostic statistics and formal hypothesis test procedures to assess a model's fit and stability, explains the use of computer computations such as the jackknife and bootstrap, and demon

    Preface, 1. Introduction, 2. Completely Determined Models, 3. Data-Fitted Models, 4. Computer Evaluations, References, Index


    Dale S. Borowiak is Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Akron, Ohio. He has published numerous articles and book reviews in leading statistics journals, and presented professional papers to conferences throughout the U.S. on model development and model discrimination procedures. Dr. Borowiak is a member of the American Statistical Association, Institute of Mathematical Statistics, and Pi Mu Epsilon. He received the B.S. degree (1974) in mathematics and M.S. degree (1976) in statistics from the University of Akron, and Ph.D. degree (1980) in statistics from Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio.