Average bias and standard deviation in three regimes of fapp for four distance estimators discussed in this paper:
Notes. From left to right: the mode of the posterior based on the exponentially decreasing space density (EDSD) prior; the mode of the posterior of the uniform distance (UD) distribution; the maximum likelihood estimate corrected according to Smith & Eichhorn (1996) abbreviated as SE; and the maximum likelihood (ML) estimate. The wider ranges of fapp exclude narrower ranges shown in previous rows of the table.
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