It includes discussion of applications of Laplace-type, frequency domain, empirical likelihood, and method of moment estimators.
What does MOM stand for?
MOM stands for Method Of Moment (4 mallet marimba method)
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There are two main approaches for estimating the distribution parameters: the method of moments and the max likelihood/least squares method.
For simulation and optimization purposes, method of moment was applied for solving population balance equations to reduce the computational load.
By applying the method of moments we can characterize the limiting distribution of the total costs of the algorithms "Quick Find Weighted" and "Quick Find Biased" extending the analysis of Knuth and Schonhage, Yao, and Chassaing and Marchand.
This paper employs Efficient Method of Moments (EMM) proposed by Bansal, Gallant, Hussey and Tauchen (1993, 1995) and developed in Gallant and Tauchen (1996) and shown used in Gallant, Hsieh and Tauchen (1997) to estimate and test the stochastic differential equation (SDE) model.
GMM is the abbreviation for general method of moments.
Notable examples of this would include generalized method of moments, duration models, bootstrapping, and especially neural networks.
1982, Large Sample Properties of Generalized Method of Moment Estimators, Econometrica, 50: 1029-1054.