Application of the Sufficient Empirical Averaging Method in One Statistical Problem Solving
In this article we discuss the new approach to preparing the input data in system simulation, the so called Sufficient Empirical Averaging (SEA) method. It assumes the existence of the complete sufficient statistics for unknown parameters of input variable distributions. The application of this method allows getting unbiased estimates with minimum variance
estimation, complete sufficient statistic, inventory control, optimization
Publisher: ASMTA 2006
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