- Testing order constraints: Qualitative differences between Bayes factors and normalized maximum likelihood
- Statistics & Probability Letters
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- We compared Bayes factors to normalized maximum likelihood for the simple case of selecting between an order-constrained versus a full binomial model. This comparison revealed two qualitative differences in testing order constraints regarding data dependence and model preference.
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