Bandwidth choice for local polynomial estimation of smooth boundaries
Local polynomial methods hold considerable promise for boundary estimation, where they offer unmatched flexibility and adaptivity. Most rival techniques provide only a single order of approximation; local polynomial approaches allow any order desired. Their more conventional rivals, for example high-order kernel methods in the context of regression, do not have attractive versions in the case of boundary estimation. However, the adoption of local polynomial methods for boundary estimation is...[Show more]
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