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==Background==
The general approach of fiducial inference was proposed by [[Ronald Fisher]].<ref>{{cite journal  last1 = Fisher  first1 = R. A.  year = 1935  title = The fiducial argument in statistical inference
The concept of fiducial inference can be outlined by comparing its treatment of the problem of [[interval estimation]] in relation to other modes of statistical inference.
==References==
*[[David R. CoxCox, D. R.]] (2006). ''Principles of Statistical Inference'', CUP. {{ISBN0521685672}}.
*{{cite book last=Fisher first=R A
* [[Ronald A. FisherFisher, Ronald]] "Statistical methods and scientific induction" ''Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B'' 17 (1955), 69—78. (criticism of statistical theories of [[Jerzy Neyman]] and [[Abraham Wald]] from a fiducial perspective)
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*Williams, E. J. (1959) ''Regression Analysis'', Wiley {{LCCN59011815}}
*Young, G. A., Smith, R. L. (2005) ''Essentials of Statistical Inference'', CUP. {{ISBN0521839718}}
* {{cite journal  last1 = Fraser  first1 = D. A. S.  year = 1961  title = The fiducial method and invariance  url =  journal = Biometrika  volume = 48  issue = 3/4 pages = 261–80  doi=10.2307/2332749 jstor = 2332749 }}
* {{cite journal  last1 = Fraser  first1 = D. A. S.  year = 1961  title = On fiducial inference  url =  journal = Annals of Mathematical Statistics  volume = 32  issue = 3 pages = 661–676  doi=10.1214/aoms/1177704962}}
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