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R. R. Hocking

Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to introduce some recent developments in variance component estimation with emphasis on techniques which provide diagnostic information on the data and the model assumptions. This paper concentrates on the balanced data situation, but suggests a natural extension to the case of unbalanced data. The basic ideas are illustrated by several numerical examples.

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Mixed Models, Diagnostics

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RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN VARIANCE COMPONENT ESTIMATION

The purpose of this paper is to introduce some recent developments in variance component estimation with emphasis on techniques which provide diagnostic information on the data and the model assumptions. This paper concentrates on the balanced data situation, but suggests a natural extension to the case of unbalanced data. The basic ideas are illustrated by several numerical examples.