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Topic: Absolute error regression model
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Re: Absolute error regression model
Posted: Jun 27, 2006 4:06 PM
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zutalors212@yahoo.com wrote:
> in a 1-variable model with y and x, what is the equation of b0 and b1
> which minimizes ABSOLUTE ERRORS (and not least squared)?

Try google for "Least Absolute Deviation Regression" or "LAD Regression"

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