Estimating Linear Functionals in Density Estimation Models
The close connection between density estimation and white noise data is extended to the analysis of possible bias-variance tradeoffs. The analysis depends on a modulus of continuity argument based on a chi-square type distance, on a comparison with white noise models and on a nonstandard application of the Cramer-Rao inequality.
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