Posts Tagged ‘ exponential decay ’

Exponential decay models

May 17, 2012
Exponential decay models

All models are wrong, some models are more wrong than others. The streetlight model Exponential decay models are quite common.  But why? One reason a model might be popular is that it contains a reasonable approximation to the mechanism that generates the data.  That is seriously unlikely in this case. When it is dark and … Continue reading...

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