Çankaya University Mathematics Department Seminars

Robust Statistical Estimates Based on the Fractional Calculus
Mehmet Niyazi Çankaya
Uşak Üniversitesi, İstatistik Bölümü, Turkey
Özet : Fractional calculus is a generalization of classical calculus. The robust statistic is a statistic which can have an advantage to manage getting the efficient estimates for the parameters when we have a non-identically distributed data set. The robust statistic uses the estimating equations to derive the estimates. In the framework of the estimating equations, the combination score functions of normal (Gaussian) and Laplace distributions can be gotten. While deriving the score functions, the classical calculus is used. In this study, we used the operators in fractional calculus. Since the score function of Laplace we derived with the operators in the fractional calculus is the function of x, we have the information of x. It is observed that the simulation results for the estimates of parameters approve the theoretical results. The mean squared errors of estimates for the score functions derived with the operators in the fractional calculus have smaller than that of ones derived with the classical calculus. As a conclusion, the information of x has been gained via the operators in the fractional calculus.
  Tarih : 29.06.2016
  Saat : 14:45
  Yer : Çankaya Üniversitesi, R-213
  Dil : English
  Ek Dosya : Özet
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