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68) 38 3. 69) where it will be assumed that R and r are nonstochastic and known. The hypothesis H0 expresses the fact that the parameter vector β obeys (K − s) exact linear restrictions, which are linearly independent, as it is required that rank(R) = K − s. 68) contains two main special cases: Case 1: s = 0. The K × K-matrix R is regular by the assumption rank(X) = K, and we may express H0 and H1 in the following form: H0 : β = R−1 r = β ∗ , H1 : β = β ∗ . 71) Case 2: s > 0. We choose an s × K-matrix G complementary to R such G that the K × K-matrix is regular of rank K.
6 Classical Regression under Normal Errors All results obtained so far are valid irrespective of the actual distribution of the random disturbances , provided that E( ) = 0 and E( ) = σ 2 I. Now, we assume that the vector of random disturbances t is distributed according to a T -dimensional normal distribution N (0, σ 2 I), with the probability density T f ( ; 0, σ 2 I) 1 (2πσ 2 )− 2 exp − = t=1 = T (2πσ 2 )− 2 exp − 1 2σ 2 1 2σ 2 2 t T 2 t . 56) t=1 Note that the components t (t = 1, . . , T ) are independent and identically distributed as N (0, σ 2 ).
The following theorem provides the MDLUE of a given number s such linear functions (l1 β, . . , ls β) = (L β) with L = (l1 , . . , ls ) . 32) / R(X ). 6 Let L β be s linear functions of β such that R(L) ⊂ R(X ), ˆ where implying L = X A for some A. Then the MDLUE of L β is L β, − 2 − ˆ ˆ β = (X X) X y, and the dispersion matrix of L β is σ L (X X) L, where (X X)− is any g-inverse of X X. Proof: Let Cy be an unbiased estimator of L β. Then E(Cy) = CXβ = L β ⇒ CX = L . 4 Best Linear Unbiased Estimation 31 Now cov(Cy, Z y) = σ 2 CZ = 0 ⇒ C = BX for some B .