Use of factor analysis scores in multiple

regression model for estimation of body weight from some body measurement in Muscovy duck.

Scenario 2 (Commonly Used

Regression Model Involving All Factors)

The

regression model based on SPICE simulations has the following advantages.

The models include three typical single to multiple

regression models, two proposed

regression models, and an artificial neural network model with recommended classifications.

Table-1: Ordinary least squares

regression model output from GeoDa.

Estimates of (co)variance function for growth to yearling in Horro sheep of Ethiopia using random

regression model. Arch.

Based on the changes in abdominal measurement, a

regression model was developed for estimating weight of pregnant mares from the fifth month of gestation until parturition.

In this paper, the performance of the recently introduced stochastic restricted estimators, namely, the Stochastic Restricted Ridge Estimator (SRRE) proposed by Li and Yang [14], Stochastic Restricted Almost Unbiased Ridge Estimator (SRAURE), and Stochastic Restricted Almost Unbiased Liu Estimator (SRAULE) proposedbyWu and Yang [15], Stochastic Restricted Principal Component Regression Estimator (SRPCRE) proposed by He and Wu [16], Stochastic Restricted r-k (SRrk) class estimator, and Stochastic Restricted r-d (SRrd) class estimator proposed by Wu [17], was examined in the misspecified

regression model when multicollinearity exists among explanatory variables.

According to the results of the model for the repaired curve segments (Table 2), like the previous

regression model, [G.sub.t-1] and [T.sub.S] are significant at a 95 percent confidence level (p value is less than 0.05) to estimate the current gauge.

To verify the rationality of the final

regression model, residual test is an indispensable step.

Furthermore, the

regression model tests of GRDP at CMV, GRDP at CP and population (life) to per capita income with F distribution.

The idea of modeling the expected value of Be (p, q) distribution was already under discussion for some time in the works of Jorgensen (1997), Paolino (2001) and Kieschnick and McCullough (2003), e.g., however, the

regression model exposed by Ferrari and Cribari-Neto (2004) became popular for formulating more carefully the modeling of the expected value in Be (p, q) distribution, based on Be ([mu], [sigma]) distribution parameterization, and to establish an association with GLM theory, a class well described in the literature by Nelder and Wedderburn (1972).