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DÂ. 7 Cramér–Rao Inequality: Multivariate Parameter 41 The desired representation follows. 1. Apply the Cramér–Rao inequality and check R-efficiency to the P empirical mean estimate ÂQ D n 1 Yi for the Gaussian shift, Bernoulli, Poisson, exponential, and volatility families. 7 Cramér–Rao Inequality: Multivariate Parameter This section extends the notions and results of the previous sections from the case of a univariate parameter to the case of a multivariate parameter with Â 2 ‚ Rp . Â1 ; : : : ; Âp /> .
0; 1/. Â /z centered at the estimate Â. Â /. Â / Á 2 with a known value 2 . In this case the construction is immediate. 2. 3). Â / Á 2 . z˛ / D ŒÂQn n 1=2 z˛ ; ÂQn C n 1=2 z˛ ; where z˛ is defined by 2ˆ. 1. 2. Â / is unknown. Instead we assume that a consistent variance estimate Q 2 is available. 3. 3). Â / in the sense that Q 2 ! Â /. 4). ÂQ /. Â/ is a continuous function of Â in a neighborhood of Â , then consistency of ÂQ implies consistency of Q . 3. Â/ def be a continuous function of Â at Â .
Z with the probability about 2ˆ. z/ which is small provided that z is sufficiently large. Next we briefly discuss the problem of interval (or confidence) estimation of the parameter Â . 0; 1/. Â /z centered at the estimate Â. Â /. Â / Á 2 with a known value 2 . In this case the construction is immediate. 2. 3). Â / Á 2 . z˛ / D ŒÂQn n 1=2 z˛ ; ÂQn C n 1=2 z˛ ; where z˛ is defined by 2ˆ. 1. 2. Â / is unknown. Instead we assume that a consistent variance estimate Q 2 is available. 3. 3). Â / in the sense that Q 2 !