By Butler L. T., Levit B.

Enable be a soft compact orientated manifold with no boundary, imbedded in a Euclidean house , and permit be a gentle map of right into a Riemannian manifold Λ. An unknown nation is saw through X = , the place > zero is a small parameter and is a white Gaussian noise. For a given gentle past on and gentle estimators of the map we derive a secondorder asymptotic growth for the comparable Bayesian threat. The calculation includes the geometry ofthe underlying areas and , particularly, the integration-by-parts formulation. utilizing this consequence, a second-order minimax estimator of is located in response to the fashionable idea of harmonic maps and hypo-elliptic differential operators.

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