A characterization of admissible linear estimators of fixed by Synowka-Bejenka E., Zontek S.

By Synowka-Bejenka E., Zontek S.

Within the paper the matter of simultaneous linear estimation of fastened and random results within the combined linear version is taken into account. an important and adequate stipulations for a linear estimator of a linear functionality of mounted and random results in balanced nested and crossed type versions to be admissible are given.

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