Pronzato, Luc

Under the condition that the design space is finite, new sufficient conditions for the strong consistency and asymptotic normality of the least-squares estimator in nonlinear stochastic regression models are derived. Similar conditions are obtained for the maximum-likelihood estimator in Bernoulli type experiments. Consequences on the sequential de...

Pronzato, Luc

Under the condition that the design space is finite, new sufficient conditions for the strong consistency and asymptotic normality of the least-squares estimator in nonlinear stochastic regression models are derived. Similar conditions are obtained for the maximum-likelihood estimator in Bernoulli type experiments. Consequences on the sequential de...

Pronzato, Luc

We consider a parameter estimation problem with independent observations where one samples from a finite population of independent and identically distributed experimental conditions X. The size of the population is N but only n samples, a proportion alpha of N, can be used. The quality of a sample is measured by a regular optimality criterion phi(...

Pronzato, Luc

We consider a parameter estimation problem with independent observations where one samples from a finite population of independent and identically distributed experimental conditions X. The size of the population is N but only n samples, a proportion alpha of N, can be used. The quality of a sample is measured by a regular optimality criterion phi(...

Dette, Holger Kwiecien, Robert

Classical regression analysis is usually performed in two steps. In a first step an appropriate model is identified to describe the data generating process and in a second step statistical inference is performed in the identified model. An intuitively appealing approach to the design of experiment for these different purposes are sequential strateg...

Dette, Holger Kwiecien, Robert

Classical regression analysis is usually performed in two steps. In a first step an appropriate model is identified to describe the data generating process and in a second step statistical inference is performed in the identified model. An intuitively appealing approach to the design of experiment for these different purposes are sequential strateg...

Dette, Holger Kwiecien, Robert

Classical regression analysis is usually performed in two steps. In a first step an appropriate model is identified to describe the data generating process and in a second step statistical inference is performed in the identified model. An intuitively appealing approach to the design of experiment for these different purposes are sequential strateg...

Dette, Holger Kwiecien, Robert

Classical regression analysis is usually performed in two steps. In a first step an appropriate model is identified to describe the data generating process and in a second step statistical inference is performed in the identified model. An intuitively appealing approach to the design of experiment for these different purposes are sequential strateg...

Dette, Holger Kwiecien, Robert

Classical regression analysis is usually performed in two steps. In a first step an appropriate model is identified to describe the data generating process and in a second step statistical inference is performed in the identified model. An intuitively appealing approach to the design of experiment for these different purposes are sequential strateg...

Dette, Holger Kwiecien, Robert

Classical regression analysis is usually performed in two steps. In a first step an appropriate model is identified to describe the data generating process and in a second step statistical inference is performed in the identified model. An intuitively appealing approach to the design of experiment for these different purposes are sequential strateg...