bootstrap technique

bootstrap technique

[′büt‚strap tek′nēk]
(computer science)
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This is the very first study, which analyzes technical efficiency and its sources for the large scale manufacturing industries (LSMI) of Pakistan through DEA double bootstrap technique.
The most frequently used tests can broadly be grouped in two types; (i) tests based upon the assumption of normality of 'ab', (ii) tests based upon bootstrap technique.
The intrinsic uncertainty of PTFs can be evaluated by using bootstrap technique as discussed earlier.
The bootstrap technique allows calculation of asymmetric confidence limits, which is important as proportion of browse removal approaches zero.
Specifically, the bootstrap technique is used to estimate the standard error of the equations.
In this article, we use the bootstrap technique to obtain prediction errors for different claim-reserving methods, namely, the chain ladder technique and methods based on generalized linear models.
The bootstrap technique is a general resampling procedure for estimating the distribution of a statistic on the basis of independent observations (Efron, 1979).
For practical purposes, it seems appropriate to obtain problem-specific critical values for the LR tests by employing the bootstrap technique.
It is possible, however, to estimate empirically the sampling distributions of any test statistic using the bootstrap technique (Efron, 1979).
1995), with confidence intervals being estimated by a parametric bootstrap technique which takes account of the hierarchical structure of DC data.
Both tests, the regression presented in Table II and the bootstrap technique used in Table III, therefore reject the null hypothesis that there was no significant increase over time in the level of concentration of sales and assets.