5 Steps to a 5 AP Statistics (2014-2015 Edition) by Duane Hinders

By Duane Hinders

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Then, the conditional x2 distributionæ of x1 given x2 is (x1 |x2 ) ∼ Eq 0, Iq , ψ x2 2 ) , and the stochastic representation of (x1 |x2 ) is r x2 2 u1 , where u1 is q-dimensional. 6 Conditional Distributions 37 for y ≥ 0 if a > 0 and F(a) < 1, P(ra2 = 0) = 1 b) if a = 0 or F(a) = 1 . 16) Here F denotes the distribution function of r. 4, we have the representation x1 x2 rr1 u1 rr2 u2 ≈ . Using the independence of r, r1 , u1 and u2 , we get (x1 |x2 ) ≈ (rr1 u1 |rr2 u2 = x2 ) 1 = (rr1u1 |r(1 − r12 ) 2 u2 = x2 ) 1 = (rr1 |r(1 − r12 ) 2 u2 = x2 )u1 , 1 and defining r0 = (rr1 |r(1 − r12 ) 2 u2 = x2 ), we see that r and u1 are independent; therefore, (x1 |x2 ) has a spherical distribution.

Of r in the case when x ∼ E p (0, I p , ψ ) and x is absolutely continuous. Now for the elliptically contoured random matrices, the following theorem can be stated. 16. Let X ∼ E p,n (0, Σ ⊗ Φ , ψ ) and rAUB be a stochastic representation of X. f. p n f (X) = |Σ |− 2 |Φ |− 2 h(tr(X Σ −1 XΦ −1 )) . f. pn 2π 2 pn−1 2 g(r) = h(r ), r Γ pn 2 r ≥ 0. PROOF: Step 1. First we prove the theorem for n = 1. Then, x ∼ E p (0, Σ , ψ ) and so y = A−1 x ∼ E p (0, I p , ψ ) . f. h(y y). Let us introduce polar coordinates: y1 = rsinθ1 sinθ2 .

Is b(t) = Γ Γ Γ q 2 p 2 t p−q 2 p−q 2 −1 q (1 − t) 2 −1 , 0 < t < 1. f. of (1 − r12 ) 2 is g(y) = = Γ Γ q 2 Γ q 2 Γ 2Γ Γ p 2 p−q 2 p 2 (y2 ) p−q 2 −1 q (1 − y2 ) 2 −1 2y q p−q 2 y p−q−1 (1 − y2 ) 2 −1 , 0 < y < 1. 2 we obtain a conditional distribution of r given r(1 − r12 ) 2 = a. 17) a p−q−1 w 2 1 − wa 2 q 2 −1 dF(w) if u ≥ 0, a > 0, and h(a) = 0 if u ≥ 0, and a = 0 or u ≥ 0, a > 0 and h(a) = 0 if u < 0 . where 2Γ 1 h(a) = q (a,∞) w Γ 2 Γ p 2 p−q 2 a w p−q−1 q 2 −1 a2 1− 2 w dF(w) . 6 Conditional Distributions = (a,u] 39 w2 − a2 q 2 −1 w−(p−2) dF(w) q 2 2 2 −1 w−(p−2) dF(w) (a,∞) (w − a ) .

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