STAT 543 Homework 1 Solution
January 18th, 2005
Stat 543 Homework 1Solution
1. In this problem well consider some issues concerning the defining and meaning of a "likelihood function." Underlying what follows, suppose that X1, X2, . . . , X10 are iid expo
Homework 7 Solution 1. (Problem 3.3.15) p Jerey "Prior". A density proportional to Ip ( ) is called Jeery prior. It is often s s s improper. Show that in the N ( ; 2 ) ; N ( 0 ; ) and B (n; ) cases, Jeery priors are pro0 1 1 1 portional to 1; , and 2 (1 )
STAT 543 Homework 5 Solution
Feb. 12th, 2005
STAT 543 Homework 5 Solution
1. Problem 2.2.30 In the multinomial Example 2.2.8, suppose some of the n j are zero. Show that the MLE , j = 1,., k . n Hint: Suppose without loss of generality that n1 = n2 = = nq