James-Stein estimator

James-Stein estimator
French\ \ estimateur de James-Stein
German\ \ James-Stein-Schätzer
Dutch\ \ James-Stein schatter
Italian\ \ stimatore di James-Stein
Spanish\ \ estimador de James-Stein
Catalan\ \ estimador de James-Stein
Portuguese\ \ estimador James-Stein
Romanian\ \ -
Danish\ \ James-Steinestimator
Norwegian\ \ James-Stein estimator
Swedish\ \ James-Steinestimator
Greek\ \ εκτιμητής των James-Stein
Finnish\ \ Jamesin-Steinin estimaattori
Hungarian\ \ James-Stein-becslés
Turkish\ \ James-Stein tahminleyicisi
Estonian\ \ James-Steini hinnangufunktsioon
Lithuanian\ \ James ir Stein įvertinys; Džeimso ir Steino įvertinys
Slovenian\ \ -
Polish\ \ estymator Jamesa-Steina
Russian\ \ оценка Джеймса-Стайна
Ukrainian\ \ -
Serbian\ \ -
Icelandic\ \ James-Stein metill
Euskara\ \ James-Stein zenbatesle
Farsi\ \ b ravordg re James-Stein
Persian-Farsi\ \ برآوردگر جيمز-استاين
Arabic\ \ مقدر جميس ستين
Afrikaans\ \ James-Stein-beramer
Chinese\ \ 詹 姆 斯 ― 斯 坦 估 计 量
Korean\ \ 제임스-스타인 추정량

Statistical terms. 2014.

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