The Mathematics of Coordinated Inference.pdf

The Mathematics of Coordinated Inference PDF

Christopher S. Hardin

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The monograph progresses from topics requiring fewer prerequisites to those requiring more, with most of the text being accessible to any graduate student in mathematics. The broad range of readership includes researchers, postdocs, and graduate students in the fields of set theory, mathematical logic, and combinatorics. The hope is that this

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The first step in making a statistical inference is to model the population(s) by a probability distribution which has a numerical feature of interest called a parameter. The problem of statistical inference arises once we want to make generalizations about the population when only a sample is available.