CiteWeb id: 19930000109

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Addresses a class of statistical models that generalizes classical linear models-extending them to include many other models useful in statistical analysis. Incorporates numerous exercises, both theoretical and data-analytic Discusses quasi-likelihood functions and estimating equations, models for dispersion effect, components of dispersion, and conditional likelihoods Holds particular interest for statisticians in medicine, biology, agriculture, social science, and engineering

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