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A Survey of Weak Instruments and Weak Identification in Generalized Method of Moments
 Journal of Business & Economic Statistics
, 2002
"... Weak instruments arise when the instruments in linear instrumental variables (IV) regression are weakly correlated with the included endogenous variables. In generalized method of moments (GMM), more generally, weak instruments correspond to weak identification of some or all of the unknown paramete ..."
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parameters. Weak identification leads to GMM statistics with nonnormal distributions, even in large samples, so that conventional IV or GMM inferences are misleading. Fortunately, various procedures are now available for detecting and handling weak instruments in the linear IV model and, to a lesser degree
Optimizing Chain Datalog Programs and their Inference Procedures
, 1996
"... We present methods for optimizing chain Datalog programs by restructuring and postprocessing. The rules of the programs define intensionally a set of target concepts, which are to be derived via forward chaining. The restructuring methods transform the rules, such that redundancies and ambiguities, ..."
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prefix acceptor, and which optimizes inferences. We proof that this method is sound and complete, i...
Bayesian inference procedures derived via the concept of relative surprise
 Communications in Statistics
, 1997
"... of least relative surprise; model checking; change of variable problem; crossvalidation. We consider the problem of deriving Bayesian inference procedures via the concept of relative surprise. The mathematical concept of surprise has been developed by I.J. Good in a long sequence of papers. We make ..."
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of least relative surprise; model checking; change of variable problem; crossvalidation. We consider the problem of deriving Bayesian inference procedures via the concept of relative surprise. The mathematical concept of surprise has been developed by I.J. Good in a long sequence of papers. We make
Natural Language Based Inference Procedures applied to Schubert's Steamroller
 In AAAI91
, 1991
"... We have previously argued that the syntactic structure of natural language can be exploited to construct powerful polynomial time inference procedures. This paper supports the earlier arguments by demonstrating that a natural language based polynomial time procedure can solve Schubert's steamro ..."
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We have previously argued that the syntactic structure of natural language can be exploited to construct powerful polynomial time inference procedures. This paper supports the earlier arguments by demonstrating that a natural language based polynomial time procedure can solve Schubert
2012/54 Computionnaly Efficient Inference Procedures for Vast Dimensional Realized Covariance Models
"... Computationally efficient inference procedures for vast dimensional realized covariance models ..."
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Computationally efficient inference procedures for vast dimensional realized covariance models
Estimation and Inference in Large Heterogeneous Panels with a Multifactor Error Structure
, 2004
"... This paper presents a new approach to estimation and inference in panel data models with a multifactor error structure where the unobserved common factors are (possibly) correlated with exogenously given individualspecific regressors, and the factor loadings differ over the cross section units. The ..."
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This paper presents a new approach to estimation and inference in panel data models with a multifactor error structure where the unobserved common factors are (possibly) correlated with exogenously given individualspecific regressors, and the factor loadings differ over the cross section units
Improved Inference for Unlexicalized Parsing
, 2007
"... We present several improvements to unlexicalized parsing with hierarchically statesplit PCFGs. First, we present a novel coarsetofine method in which a grammar’s own hierarchical projections are used for incremental pruning, including a method for efficiently computing projections of a grammar wi ..."
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without a treebank. In our experiments, hierarchical pruning greatly accelerates parsing with no loss in empirical accuracy. Second, we compare various inference procedures for statesplit PCFGs from the standpoint of risk minimization, paying particular attention to their practical tradeoffs. Finally, we
STATISTICAL INFERENCE PROCEDURE FOR STEPSTRESS ACCELERATELD LIFE TESTING MODELS by
, 2008
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PAPE: AN ONLINE SYSTEM FOR INFERING PROCEDURES FROM SETS OF THEIR TRACES ABSTRACT
"... Many learningbyexample problems can be viewed as infering structured non recursive procedures from sets of their traces knowing the basic functions and predicates, used to write them. The online system PAPE does this as follows, an example (data ♦ trace) is given. PAPE first checks whether the al ..."
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Many learningbyexample problems can be viewed as infering structured non recursive procedures from sets of their traces knowing the basic functions and predicates, used to write them. The online system PAPE does this as follows, an example (data ♦ trace) is given. PAPE first checks whether
An Analysis of Some Inference Procedures Derived via Relative Surprise
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