Fiducial inference: Difference between revisions

I changed a < X / \omega to X > \omega / a, since it is X not a that is regarded as a random variable.
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(I changed a < X / \omega to X > \omega / a, since it is X not a that is regarded as a random variable.)
 
Probability statements about ''X''/ω may be made. For example, given α, a value of ''a'' can be chosen with 0&nbsp; &lt;&nbsp; ''a''&nbsp; &lt; &nbsp;1 such that
:<math>P\left(aX > < \frac{X}{\omega }{a}\right) = 1-a^n = \alpha.</math>
Thus
:<math>a = (1-\alpha)^{\frac{1}{n}} .</math>