Here, m(X) denotes the type of relation between the dependent variable Y and the p explanatory covariates, while ε is the term that captures the remaining information and other unobserved fluctuations. This is typically assumed to have null mean and variance σ 2.. Once the m(X) structure of is estimated, it is possible to know the importance of every X 1, … , X p in terms of explaining Y ...
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