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Exchangeability (Routledge Advances in Experimental and Computable Economics)

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Number of Pages512
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ISBN 100415299926
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  The idea of exchangeability seems (Good ; Bernardo and Smith ) to be traceable back to Johnson (), who used the term permutable, and independently to Haag ().Other writers who made early use of the concept include Khintchine (); Fréchet (); Savage (), who called an exchangeable sequence symmetric; and Hewitt and Savage ().But the deepest implications of the . of exchangeability is acceptable, while marginal independence is not. 6. De Finetti’s () Theorem The relevance of the concept of exchangeability is due to the fact that, although it is based on weak assumptions, it allows one to state a very powerful result, known as theDe Finetti’s. This chapter first provides an elementary and self-contained account of the notion of exchangeability and the derivation of Bruno de Finetti's representation theorem, which shows how to construct operational statistical models based strictly on judgements over observables. It then considers the relevance of this representation to real world inferences, and introduces a second collection of. Exchangeability is an invariance property of probability distributions that is central to the process of specifying Bayesian statistical models. Exchangeability judgements play a role in Bayesian modelling analogous to judgments in frequentist modelling that observable quantities may be regarded as realizations of independent identically.

Exchangeability in Probability and Statistics: International Conference Proceedings by Koch, G. [Editor]; Spizzichino, F. [Editor]; and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at . Exchangeability versus Structural Analysis of Confounding Students of epidemiology complain bitterly about the confusing way in which the fun-damental concept of confoundinghas been treated in the literature. A few authors have acknowledged the confusion (e.g. Greenland and Robins ; Wickramaratne and. There is an accessible book by P. Good, "Permutation, Parametric, and Bootstrap Tests of Hypotheses". $\endgroup$ – Stephan Kolassa Oct 12 '10 at $\begingroup$ @Stephan I like this book! Still, exchangeability is weaker than independence. S.L. Zabell, in Handbook of the History of Logic, The general definition of exchangeability. Consider first the general definition of exchangeability.A probability P on the space of sequences x 1,x 2,,x n of real numbers (that is, on R n) is said to be (finitely) exchangeable if it is invariant under all permutations σ of the index set {1,,n}; a probability P on the space of.

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