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This tag is for questions about mean-square-error. In statistics, the mean squared error (MSE) of an estimator measures the average of the squares of the errors or deviations, that is, the difference between the estimator and what is estimated.

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How to find the bias, variance and MSE of $\hat p$?

If $X_1,\dots,X_n$ are iid $\mathrm{Binomial}(3,p)$, then the maximum likelihood estimator of $p$ is $$\hat p = \frac{1}{n}\sum_i X_i$$ Find the bias, variance and MSE of $\hat p$? We are asked to ...
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By setting up at an unknown point, and measuring the horizontal angles between three points with known coordinates, it is possible to calculate the coordinates of the unknown point. This process is ...
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Error in average of $x^2$ from error in average of $x$?

Is there an easy way to obtain the error in $\langle{x^2}\rangle$ from $\langle{x}\rangle$ or are they independent? The values of x are from a molecular simulation application, I obtained a set of ...
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Expected mean squared error and MSR

In a small-scale regression study, five observations on $Y$ were obtained corresponding to $X = 1,4,10, 11$, and $14$. Assume that $\sigma=0.6,B_0=5,B_1=3$ a. What are the expected values off ...
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Root Mean Square Error - How did he get this number?

So I am studying for a college final exam, and following a past exam paper at the moment. The lecturer has provided us with solutions to the previous years exam paper, not very clear in some cases ...
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Derivation of MMSE from an estimator of two Gaussians

Suppose $X$ and $N$ are independent Gaussian with different variance but N has zero mean. Now $Y = X+N$. I am trying to find out the minimum mean square error estimator for $X$ given $Y$. I set the ...
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Is $Φ^T$ a linear operator which transforms simultaneous equations such that we obtain LMS solution?

The below explanation is long winded, if you already know about using pseudo inverse to find the best fit solution to a set of simultaneous equations please go down to the tl;dr The Problem Given a ...
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A way to calculate the error of a model?

I am currently making a model for a set of raw data of sea levels from the NOAA data base. On the site, the sea level is recorded every 6 minutes. Because I wouldn't have time to copy data every 6 ...
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Mean Square Estimate problem

I have to find $\textbf{s}_{MS}$ given $\textbf{r} = h\textbf{s}+\textbf{n}$ where $h$ is a Bernoulli random variable with $Pr(h=1)=Pr(h=0) = 1/2$ and $\textbf{s}$ and $\textbf{n}$ are independent ...
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Absolute and relative errors

I am trying to compare two regression models, say $A$ and $B$ and calculate the absolute error measure (MAE, RMSE) and relative ones. But it turns out that both the absolute measures for $A$ are ...
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I have questions about orthogonality condition in minimum MSE linear estimator. When estimating $X$ by a linear function $g(Y)= aY+b :$ $min_{\text{a,b}} E[(X-aY-b)^2].$ $b^*=E[X-aY]=E[X]-aE[Y]$ $... 0answers 13 views error on the median I have a set of values${x_i}, i=1, \dots ,N$of which I calculate the median M. I was wondering how I could calculate the error on this estimation. On the net I found that it can be calculated as$1....
I have to calculate the error on the following quantity: $$f(\epsilon^M,\epsilon^S)= \sqrt{ \frac{1}{N}\sum_{i=1}^N (\log{\epsilon_i^M} - \log{\epsilon_i^S})^2 }$$ Usually I would use this standard ...