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By Barry C. Arnold

The idea that of conditional specification of distributions isn't new yet, other than in common households, it has no longer been good built within the literature. Computational problems absolutely hindered or discouraged advancements during this path. despite the fact that, such roadblocks are of dimished significance this day. Questions of compatibility of conditional and marginal necessities of distributions are of basic significance in modeling eventualities. versions with conditionals in exponential households are quite tractable and supply necessary versions in a huge number of settings.

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13 (Markovian measure of incompatibility; compatible case). 7). 94) which lead to a value of D = 0 for our Markovian measure of incompatibility. 84)). 83) holds. These vectors η and τ admit interpretation as marginals of (X, Y ) or as long-run distributions of related Markov chains, and we do not have to insist on these interpretations in the formulation of our objective function. 8 ǫ-Compatibility 43 ˜ and seek stochastic vectors u∗ and v ∗ to minimize D(u, v). The achieved ∗ ∗ ∗ value D = D(u , v ) will be our index of inconsistency.

51) we obtain p∗1. 18701, p∗3. 40174, p∗2. 18741, p∗4. 22384. 11981. 0439 ⎟ P∗ = ⎝ ⎠. 55) ✷ The algorithm used to determine P ∗ works for almost any pair of candidate conditional distributions A, B (we only need something like (A+B)k > 0 for some k). 10). In addition, the algorithm can be used to determine whether two matrices A and B are compatible. We simply find the corresponding P ∗ and compare its conditional distributions (which were found in the development of P ∗ ) with A (and/or B). If they agree, A and B are compatible; if not, A and B are incompatible.

68): R= 1 (n) (n) [p aij + pi. bij ]. 73) is appealing unless I and/or J is large. 9 (Iterative method). 55) by minimizing the KL criterion. 75) ✷ 40 2. 10 (Iterative method applied to matrices with zeros). 2583 ⎠ . 11 (Obtaining the compatible probability matrix by the iterative method). 77) 4/7 1/4 3/7 4/7 and ⎞ 1/6 1/6 1/2 1/6 B = ⎝ 2/7 2/7 1/7 2/7 ⎠ . 79) P ∗∗ = ⎝ 2/25 2/25 1/25 2/25 ⎠ 4/25 1/25 3/25 4/25 which is compatible with the above A and B conditionals. ✷ Other criteria might be of interest.

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