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At my seminar, I would call on various students and ask them to read their headlines. The class would then critique each headline to determine if it would get us all to read the subheadline. It was a good process with 20 students from all walks of life coming up with some of the most creative approaches on a variety of subjects. One day, my eight-year-old daughter April was sitting in one of the chairs in the class. She was taking notes, listening intently and, in short, acting exactly like one of the students. I would always allow my children free access to the entire seminar process and they had never been a nuisance. In fact, the students liked this family touch. April Becomes a Real Nuisance After I had assigned an ad-writing exercise and asked for volunteers to read their ads, April started waving her hand wildly. I called on a man from New Zealand Archie Mason who was in the wool business. Later, when I asked for another volunteer, April once again waved her hand wildly but I called on another student Fred Simon, president of Omaha Steaks. Finally, April came up to me in front of the class and whispered, Dad, let me read my ad. It s a good one. It follows your principles. I was annoyed. Later, April. Can t you see I m trying to teach the class Finally, at break time, April came up to me and handed me her ad. I read it. It indeed was a good example of anticipating what a consumer would ask and then answering it. It was very simple after all, an eight-year-old had written it but it contained a question-and-answer format that was very logical and covered a topic of interest that her eight-year-old peers would enjoy reading. Her product was a guinea pig. The ad read:
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Perhaps the major difficulty with robustizing the least squares approach is that both the dependent and the independent variables may be corrupted by gross errors. Thus, we rarely can be sure whether an outlying row xi. of the carrier matrix X correctly renders the location of a far-out observation, or whether its outlyingness has been caused by a gross recording error. And not all gross recording errors will show up as outlying rows; insidious examples are misrecorded values of the index i . In the literature of the past decades, much work has been devoted to robust regression models with random carriers X . But it does not seem that an adequate conceptual penetration has been achieved. In particular, unless one has a realistic idealized model underlying the generation of the rows of X (from which one then has small deviations), the concept of robustness would seem to be ill defined. In some cases, a treatment via robust covariancekorrelation matrices would seem to make more sense than the regression approach. See the discussion of these other approaches in Section 7.12. Apart from these difficulties, in view of the preceding section, we must expect that asymptotic regression theories run into problems, unless h = max hi + 0. Throughout the present and the following sections, we shall therefore assume that h is small. The discussion of how much smallness we may need will be taken up again in Section 7.9. Smallness of h for most practical purposes implies that we can act as if the xij are free of gross errors (note that a randomly misrecorded value of the index i has much the same effects as a gross error in yi). More precisely, error-free
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