
Definition of Homoscedastic
1. Adjective. (statistics) Having the same finite variance for all elements. ¹
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Definition of Homoscedastic
1. [adj]
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Literary usage of Homoscedastic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Crossing Boundaries: Statistical Essays in Honor of Jack Hall by William Jackson Hall, John Edward Kolassa, David Oakes (2003)
"The concept of homoscedasticity applies to this situation [2]: we call contrasts
within the range of eigenspaces in covariance structure (2) "homoscedastic ..."
2. Mathematical Statistics and Applications: Festschrift for Constance Van Eeden by Constance van Eeden, Marc Moore, Sorana Froda, Christian Léger (2003)
"In Figure 1 we consider, as a benchmark, the case in which the fitted straight
line response is exactly correct and the errors are homoscedastic. ..."
3. Recent Developments in Multiple Comparison Procedures by Yoav Benjamini, Frank Bretz, S. K. Sarkar (2004)
"Section 3 deals with the homoscedastic case. First it gives a review of the OLS
and GLS tests, including an improved approximation to the small sample ..."
4. SAS/ETS(R) 9.1 User's Guide, Volumes 1, 2, 3, and 4 by SAS Institute (2004)
"Therefore, the confidence intervals for the predicted values are computed assuming
the homoscedastic conditional error variance. That is, the conditional ..."
5. Variation and Differentiation in Ceratophyllum by Raymond Pearl, Olive May Pepper, Florence J. Hagle (1907)
"If it is the same, or all arrays are equally scattered about their means, I shall
speak of the system as a homoscedastic system, otherwise it is a ..."
6. Introduction to Mathematical Statistics by Carl Joseph West (1918)
"A distribution in which all arrays of a given sense, that is, all 3' or all .r arrays
have the same standard deviation is said to be homoscedastic with ..."