1999), Estimating and bootstrapping
Avoiding risk is just one benefit Wilcox sees from bootstrapping
In their discussion with Hardy, they share the bootstrapping
lessons they've learned.
Mark (1995) suggested bootstrapping
in testing the null hypothesis of no predictability.
Using induced percentile left censoring for improved model fitting, bootstrapping
methods were used for better estimating the upper percentiles (90th, 95th, and 99th) and confidence intervals for green wood strand thickness for the face layer of OSB panels.
The second section of the questionnaire asked owners to report how frequently they used 19 bootstrapping
methods (1-5 Likert scale 1 = never use through 5 = often use).
is a method by which an individual mind averages its' own conflicting opinions, thus simulating the 'wisdom of the crowd.
originated with statisticians and is not new, nor is it unique to insurance.
The block bootstrapping
technique allows hedonic modelers to effectively address spatial autocorrelation for large data sets.
In a few rare cases, companies are going public immediately after the bootstrapping
phase--a strategy that is fraught with risk, yet can pay off handsomely.
analyses showed poor resolution (<380/1,000 iterations) below the genus level for the short rrs region examined.
A phylogeny was constructed using PAUP with bootstrapping
to show support for clades.
Existing scholarly research on bootstrapping
is limited, despite the widespread use of bootstrapping
strategies in actual practice among start-up entrepreneurs.
1994, A Practical Guide to Measuring Reserve Variability Using: Bootstrapping
, Operational Time and a Distribution Free Approach, Presented at the 1994 General Insurance Convention, Institute of Actuaries and Faculty of Actuaries.
The term bootstrapping
refers to the use of an amplifier to increase the apparent impedance using near unity gain positive feedback [3,4].