Publication Date

12-1995

Series Number

95-SR 80

Abstract

The authors have developed a method for estimating the distribution of an unobservable random variable from data that are subject to considerable measurement error and that arise from a mixture of two populations, one having a single-valued distribution and the other having a continuous unimodal distribution. The method requires that at least two positive intakes be recorded for a subset of the subjects in order to estimate the variance components for the measurement error model.

Copyright Owner

Iowa State University