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      There are two programs for this example: ROBSIM.CPP and ROBUST.CPP
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      ROBSIM.CPP  reads  the file ROBSIM.PAR and produces a contaminated
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      distribution in the file ROBUST.DAT  for  input  to  the  analysis
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      program,  ROBUST.CPP.  Look  at  ROBSIM.CPP  to determine what the
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      numerical fields in ROBSIM.PAR represent:
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      1. The first number is the number of simulated observations.
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      2. The second is the proportion of contamination with outliers.
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      3. The third is the model parameter, b.
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      4. The fourth is the standard deviations of the random errors.
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      5. The last field is the seed for the random number generator.
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      Try changing the proportion of contamination with outliers and  to
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      see the effects on the estimate of b.