### Some articles on *fitted values, values, value*:

... However, these procedures are still linear in the observations, and the

**fitted values**of the regression can be expressed in the form where is the vector of

**fitted values**at each of the original ... of freedom in linear models are "the sum of the sensitivities of the

**fitted values**with respect to the observed response

**values**" ... that unlike in the original case, non-integer degrees of freedom are allowed, though the

**value**must usually still be constrained between 0 and n ...

... error of a smoothing procedure is the expected sum of squared deviations of the

**fitted values**from the (unobservable) function ... variance) however for MSPE one term is the sum of squared biases of the

**fitted values**and another the sum of variances of the

**fitted values**Note that knowledge of is required in ...

### Famous quotes containing the words values and/or fitted:

“Nothing is so threatening to conventional *values* as a man who does not want to work or does not want to work at a challenging job, and most people are disturbed if a man in a well- paying job indicates ambivalence or dislike toward it.”

—Alice S. Rossi (b. 1922)

“If I am to be a thoroughfare, I prefer that it be of the mountain brooks, the Parnassian streams, and not the town sewers. There is inspiration, that gossip which comes to the ear of the attentive mind from the courts of heaven. There is the profane and stale revelation of the barroom and the police court. The same ear is *fitted* to receive both communications. Only the character of the hearer determines to which it shall be open, and to which closed.”

—Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)