Applications of estimation techniques on genetic and other types of data

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2003
Aslan, Murat
The parameters of genetic and other types of data, particularly with small samples, are estimated by using method of moments, least squares, minimum chi- square, maximum likelihood and modified maximum likelihood estimation methods. These methods are also compared in terms of their efficiencies and robustness property.

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M. Aslan, “Applications of estimation techniques on genetic and other types of data,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2003.