Nonlinear Generalized Ridge Regression

by   Robert L. Obenchain, et al.

A Two-Stage approach is described that literally "straighten outs" any potentially nonlinear relationship between a y-outcome variable and each of p = 2 or more potential x-predictor variables. The y-outcome is then predicted from all p of these "linearized" spline-predictors using the form of Generalized Ridge Regression that is most likely to yield minimal MSE risk under Normal distribution-theory. These estimates are then compared and contrasted with those from the Generalized Additive Model that uses the same x-variables.


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