A Memoir on Model Selection Criterion between Two Nested and Non-Nested Stochastic Linear Regression Models

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    The main purpose of this paper is to discuss some applications of internally studentized residuals 9n the model selection criterion between two nested and non-nested stochastic linear regression models. Joseph et.al [1] formulated various proposals from a Bayesian decision-theoretic perspective regarding model selection Criterion. Oliver Francois et.al [2] proposed novel approaches to model selection based on predictive distributions and approximations of the deviance. Jerzy szroeter [3] in his paper depicted the development of statistical methods to test non-nested models including regressions, simultaneous equations. In particular new criteria for a model selection between two nested/ non-nested stochastic linear regression models have been suggested here.



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    Test statistic, OLS residual sum of squares, nested and non-nested stochastic linear regression model, internally studentized residuals, OLS estimator.

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Article ID: 21219
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.10.21219

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