Partial quasi likelihood analysis

by   Nakahiro Yoshida, et al.
The University of Tokyo

The quasi likelihood analysis is generalized to the partial quasi likelihood analysis. Limit theorems for the quasi likelihood estimators, especially the quasi Bayesian estimator, are derived in the situation where existence of a slow mixing component prohibits the Rosenthal type inequality from applying to the derivation of the polynomial type large deviation inequality for the statistical random field. We give two illustrative examples.


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