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We give some thought to the asymptotic resolution of the plasma-sheath integro-differential equation, that is singularly perturbed as a result presence of a small coefficient multiplying the top order (second) by-product. The asymptotic resolution is received through the boundary functionality process. A second-order differential equation is derived describing the habit of the zeroth-order boundary capabilities. A numerical set of rules for this equation is mentioned.
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1 a little. The reader may have noticed that the scatter of points in Fig. 1 is arguably more appropriate to a smooth curve than to a straight line. 2) implies that the log-fibrin level changes monotonically and linearly as time increases. In fact we would expect there to be some minimum level, which is gradually attained as time increases, and from which the only departures are those caused by the underlying fluctuations. One way of reflecting this feature would be to use REGRESSION AND THE LINEAR MODEL 27 instead of the original model E(Y) = rx + pe yti where one would expect y to be negative.
We have seen one simple method of estimation in a very simple problem. Many other methods of estimation could be devised, even for this very simple problem (see below, for one other), and we now set up some criteria with which to compare alternative estimators. We begin with a particular example. 2 Point estimates Suppose we have some data (Y i , Xi)' i = 1,2, ... ,n, to which we wish to fit a simple linear regression model. 6) for /3, and &= y. An alternative method of fitting the regression line which can be used is the 'two-group' method.
Iv) To check on the assumption that the underlying distribution is normal. Points (i), (ii) and (iii) can be checked roughly from Fig. 1 for the simple regression model we are dealing with in this chapter. With more complicated regression models it is essential to calculate residuals to check any of the points listed. In any case, there are occasions when a more precise check is required than is possible from Fig. 1 data in mind. Outliers When checking for outliers we really ought to calculate standardized residuals, defined by rjJ[V(r i )] where the denominator uses the estimated value of (12.