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Within the Sample Comparison of Prediction Performance of Models and Submodels: Application to Alzheimer's Disease

Abstract : This paper considers the case of two competing, nested, probability predicting models. The nested model contains traditional factors, and the larger model contains some expensive, or generally hard to obtain, often genetic, relevant markers. The indices used to compare the respective predictive ability of the two models are the integrated discrimination improvement (IDI) and the Brier's score improvement (BRI). Estimation of the models and their relative IDI and BRI are conducted on the same sample, and their respective asymptotic properties are proved. The results are applied to Alzheimer's disease. The authors conduct two different simulations: one to check the behavior of the estimates of IDI and BRI, and the other parallel to Gu and Pepe's examples. The three city (3C) study is a cohort study conducted in three cities in France (Bordeaux, Dijon and Montpellier), aiming to estimate the risk of dementia and cognitive impairment attributable to vascular factors.
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Catherine Huber-Carol, Shulamith T. Gross, Annick Alpérovitch. Within the Sample Comparison of Prediction Performance of Models and Submodels: Application to Alzheimer's Disease . Edts. Vincent Couallier, Léo Gerville-Réache, Catherine Huber-Carol, Nikolaos Limnios and Mounir Mesbah. Statistical Models and Methods for Reliability and Survival Analysis, Wiley, pp.95-109, 2014, 9781848216198. ⟨10.1002/9781118826805⟩. ⟨hal-01442304⟩

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