To obtain the expanded uncertainty we need to obtain the effective degrees of freedom associated with u([[~.
What does EDOF stand for?
EDOF stands for Effective Degrees of Freedom
This definition appears somewhat frequently
See other definitions of EDOF
We have 2 other meanings of EDOF in our Acronym Attic
- Emerald Dog Obedience Club, Inc. (est. 1958; Eugene, OR)
- Enterprise Distributed Object Computing
- Estimated Date of Confinement (baby due date)
- Ecological Determinants of Ocean Carbon Cycling (project)
- Enhanced Deep Operations Coordination Center (Army)
- Enhanced Deep Operations Counterfire Cell
- Electronic Document Management System
- Expeditionary Deployable Oxygen Concentration System
- Extended Data Out Dynamic Random Access Memory
- Excessive Drinker Outcome Expectations Scale
- Emergency Department of the Future (est. 1991; American College of Emergency Physicians)
- Equivalent Degrees of Freedom
- Extended Depth of Field (cameras)
- Extended Depth of Focus
- Eerste Diemer Operette Gezelschap (opera company; The Netherlands)
- Department of Education, Office of Inspector General (Washington, DC)
- Egyptian Dermatology Online Journal
- Environment Dictated Operational Limitation
- Epic Duels Online League (gaming)
- Electronic Dissolution of Memory (conspiracy theory)
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Volume II deals with foundations of statistical inference, theoretical statistics, time series, and stochastic processes, broadly, and more specifically with topics such as theory and general principle in statistics, role of models in statistical analysis, the efficiency of least-squares estimates, prediction intervals and empirical Bayes confidence intervals, local ancillarity, effective degrees of freedom and the likelihood ration test, non-linearity and time irreversibility in long-range dependence, and the analysis of non-Markovian stochastic processes by the inclusion of supplementary variables.
However, using the defaul t coverage factor of two and assuming a % confidence is usually a reasonable approximation provided the effective degrees of freedom is reasonably large, e.