Families of normal maps in several variables and classical by Myung H. Kwack

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4 Pooling prior information There are several approaches for compiling information, ranging from objective to subjective: Psychological pooling is a subjective approach, where the analyst seeks consensus from the experts, although group dynamics need to be managed (O’Hagan et al. 2006; Plous 1993), with potential to escalate in electronic media (French 2011).

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