From: Ricardo Rios <alfilnegro.sv_at_gmail.com>

Date: Tue 03 Oct 2006 - 14:47:42 GMT

Date: Tue 03 Oct 2006 - 14:47:42 GMT

The model is http://www.geocities.com/ricardo_rios_sv/doc/model.pdf

but it is a neural networks , excuse me it is not statistical model, however it is a nonparametric model, does somebody know this model? I'm looking for information about this model but I didn't found information about it model.

Thanks very much for the function.

On 10/2/06, Rolf Turner <rolf@erdos.math.unb.ca> wrote:

> Ricardo Rios wrote:

*>
**> > Hi Rolf Turner, I have a statistical model, it model need this
**> > numbers for calculate the probability. This numbers must be random.
**> >
**> > For example I need that
**> > >magicfunction(3)
**> > >[1] 0.3152460 0.5231614 0.1615926
**> > >magicfunction(3)
**> > >[1] 0.6147933 0.3122999 0.0729068
**> >
**> > but the argument of the function is arbitrary , does somebody
**> > know if exist this function in R?
**>
**> As far as I know, no such function exists in R, but
**> it would be totally trivial to write one, if that's
**> what you really want.
**>
**> However the question you pose makes little sense to me. If
**> you really have a ``statisical model'' then there must be
**> some marginal distribution for each of the probabilities (I
**> *assume* They are probabilities) going into the sequence
**> which you wish to sum to 1.
**>
**> You mention no such distribution.
**>
**> To generate such a sequence with an arbitray marginal
**> distribution is so trivial that it does not bear discussing.
**>
**> If you really can't see how to do this, then you probably
**> shouldn't be messing about with ``statistical models''.
**>
**> You did not explicitly deny that this is a homework problem.
**>
**> I still suspect that it is.
**>
**> cheers,
**>
**> Rolf Turner
**>
*

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