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## by Chris A.J. Klaassen,Ya'acov Ritov,Jon A. Wellner,Peter J. Bickel

**ISBN:**0387984739

**Author:**Chris A.J. Klaassen,Ya'acov Ritov,Jon A. Wellner,Peter J. Bickel

**Publisher:**Springer; 1998 edition (May 8, 1998)

**Language:**English

**Pages:**588

**ePub:**1763 kb

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**Category:**Math Sciences

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This book is about estimation in situations where we believe we have enough knowledge to model some features of the data . Bibliographic Information. Efficient and Adaptive Estimation for Semiparametric Models.

This book is about estimation in situations where we believe we have enough knowledge to model some features of the data parametrically, but are unwilling to assume anything for other features. Such models have arisen in a wide variety of contexts in recent years, particularly in economics, epidemiology, and astronomy. The complicated structure of these models typically requires us to consider nonlinear estimation procedures which often can only be implemented algorithmically.

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