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Subject: statistics
Category: Science
Asked by: matushiro-ga
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Posted: 12 Sep 2006 05:52 PDT
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Question ID: 764439
What is a definition of "asyptotic variance"?
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Subject: Re: statistics
From: reinedd-ga on 12 Sep 2006 06:06 PDT
Subject: Re: statistics
From: ukbikerman-ga on 13 Oct 2006 03:45 PDT
I think you mean asyMptotic variance 

asy var(t_hat) = (1/n) * limn->infinity E[ {t_hat - limn->infinity E[t_hat] }2 ]

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