NOMBAS: a Bayesian procedure for selecting the greatest mean
Washburn, Alan R.
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NOMBAS is an acronym for NOrmal Myopic Bayes Sequential, and is the name of a Bayesian procedure for selecting the category with the greatest mean. This paper describes NOMBAS in detail and then compares it with other procedures on the basis of Bayes risk versus average sample number.
NPS Report NumberNPS55-82-017
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