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The problem is that I can only observe $X$ and calculate $f(X)$ analytically so I need to compute the confidence interval of $f(X)$ via $X$.

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Only if $f$ is monotonic. Then the probability of the interval is preserved.

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Thank you very much! – user49300 Nov 13 '12 at 23:57

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