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Quantifying uncertainty in the estimation of probability distributions
We consider ordinary least squares parameter estimation problems
where the unknown parameters to be estimated are probability
distributions. A computational framework for quantification of
uncertainty (e.g., standard errors) associated with the estimated
parameters is given and sample numerical findings are presented.