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Nov
13
accepted Find a transformation such that the Fisher Information is constant in terms of the parameter.
Nov
13
comment Find a transformation such that the Fisher Information is constant in terms of the parameter.
Thanks! It comes to essentially solving this: $ \int \sqrt{\dfrac{\alpha(2-\theta^2)}{\theta^4} } \mathrm{d} \theta $ which is doable I think.
Nov
13
asked Find a transformation such that the Fisher Information is constant in terms of the parameter.
Oct
9
answered Sampling Distribution/Probability
Oct
8
accepted Minimally Sufficient Statistic for Bivariate Distribution
Oct
8
answered Minimally Sufficient Statistic for Bivariate Distribution
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6
revised Minimally Sufficient Statistic for Bivariate Distribution
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6
awarded  Promoter
Oct
4
asked Minimally Sufficient Statistic for Bivariate Distribution
Apr
11
accepted $\Pr\{Z_S=\epsilon\}$ where S is a stopping time.
Apr
9
answered $\Pr\{Z_S=\epsilon\}$ where S is a stopping time.
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awarded  Editor
Apr
9
revised $\Pr\{Z_S=\epsilon\}$ where S is a stopping time.
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9
asked $\Pr\{Z_S=\epsilon\}$ where S is a stopping time.
Mar
10
accepted How to show a function belongs to $H^2$
Mar
10
comment How to show a function belongs to $H^2$
Thanks! But I'm sort of confused with the first step, what's the idea behind that? (I feel like this is a basic result but measure theory is not my forte.)
Mar
10
asked How to show a function belongs to $H^2$
Feb
19
comment Finding the distribution of an Ito integral. $\int_0^t sB_s \, \mathrm{d}s$
Wow, thank you. That's a very clear and straightforward method!
Feb
19
accepted Finding the distribution of an Ito integral. $\int_0^t sB_s \, \mathrm{d}s$