Journal article

# Nonparametric Prediction in Measurement Error Models

Raymond J Carroll, Aurore Delaigle, Peter Hall

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION | AMER STATISTICAL ASSOC | Published : 2009

#### Abstract

Predicting the value of a variable Y corresponding to a future value of an explanatory variable X, based on a sample of previously observed independent data pairs (X(1), Y(1)), …, (X(n), Y(n)) distributed like (X, Y), is very important in statistics. In the error-free case, where X is observed accurately, this problem is strongly related to that of standard regression estimation, since prediction of Y can be achieved via estimation of the regression curve E(Y|X). When the observed X(i)s and the future observation of X are measured with error, prediction is of a quite different nature. Here, if T denotes the future (contaminated) available version of X, prediction of Y can be achieved via est..

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#### Grants

*Awarded by NCI NIH HHS*

*Awarded by Direct For Mathematical & Physical Scien; Division Of Mathematical Sciences*