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Some derivative of integral

  1. Oct 8, 2009 #1
    Can someone explain to me this equation I stuck with. I can't get the right part of it.
    http://img194.imageshack.us/img194/5840/ajhvekf.png [Broken]
     
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  3. Oct 8, 2009 #2
    r is a function or what?
     
  4. Oct 8, 2009 #3
    ohh yes the main part...sry
    f(X;r) is a likelihood function of sample X given known value r.
    r with dot above is unbiased estimator of r

    I think f is likelihood function of data set given value r.
     
    Last edited: Oct 8, 2009
  5. Oct 8, 2009 #4
    r' is probably not a function of r.
     
  6. Oct 9, 2009 #5
    Thx to all who have tried to help me with this.-)
    I solved this equation.
    I found the answer on the Fisher Information proving topic.
     
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