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By Allan Gut

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An important function for predicting the outcome is the conditional expectation of the (random) outcome Y given the (random) levels of treatment X1 , X2 , . . , Xn . Let X1 , X2 , . . , Xn and Y be jointly distributed random variables, and set h(x) = h(x1 , . . , xn ) = E(Y | X1 = x1 , . . , Xn = xn ) = E(Y | X = x). 1. The function h is called the regression function Y on X. 1. For n = 1 we have h(x) = E(Y | X = x), which is the ordinary conditional expectation. 2. A predictor (for Y ) based on X is a function, d(X).

6) 3 Distributions with Random Parameters 41 where F is some distribution (on (0, ∞)). For simplicity we assume in the following that µ = 0. As an example, consider normally distributed observations with rare disturbances. 01. 01. 1 it follows immediately that E X = 0. 99. If Σ2 has a continuous distribution, computations such as those above yield ∞ FX (x) = Φ 0 x √ y fΣ2 (y) dy , from which the density function of X is obtained by differentiation: ∞ fX (x) = 0 1 √ φ y x √ y ∞ √ fΣ2 (y) dy = 0 2 1 e−x /2y fΣ2 (y) dy .

Let X1 ∈ Γ(a1 , b) and X2 ∈ Γ(a2 , b) be independent random variables. Show that X1 /X2 and X1 + X2 are independent random variables, and determine their distributions. 40. Let X ∈ Γ(r, 1) and Y ∈ Γ(s, 1) be independent random variables. (a) Show that X/(X + Y ) and X + Y are independent. (b) Show that X/(X + Y ) ∈ β(r, s). (c) Use (a) and (b) and the relation X = (X + Y ) · X X +Y in order to compute the mean and the variance of the beta distribution. 41. Let X1 , X2 , and X3 be independent random variables, and suppose that Xi ∈ Γ(ri , 1), i = 1, 2, 3.

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