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This approach is feasible when the number of covariates is small and if the covariates are discrete. When the number of covariates is large or if covariates are continuous, then the methods described in Beach and Davidson (1983)are impractical. , a semiparametric method). C. SemiparametricMethods The idea behind any semiparametric method is to put enough structure on the distribution of Y given X equals x so as to reduce the curse of dimensionality that arises in nonparametric methods. In this section, we focus on one particularly useful approach (that of Donald, Green, and Paarsch 1995)to estimating GLCs semiparametrically.
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