Multivariate Statistics: Theory and Applications

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Opis: Multivariate Statistics: Theory and Applications

The book aims to present a wide range of the newest results on multivariate statistical models, distribution theory and applications of multivariate statistical methods. A paper on Pearson - Kotz - Dirichlet distributions by Professor N Balakrishnan contains main results of the Samuel Kotz Memorial Lecture. Extensions of linear models to multivariate exponential dispersion models and Growth Curve models are presented, and several papers on classification methods are included. Applications range from insurance mathematics to medical and industrial statistics and sampling algorithms.Overview of Institutional Research Programs: Current and Future Research Programs at Stanford's Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology (G Madejski); Cosmology and Particle Astrophysics at Kavli IPMU (H Aihara); Tsinghua Center for Astrophysics and the Dark Universe (C Tao); Gravity and Spacetime: Space, Time, Matter: 1918 - 2012 (G Veneziano); General Relativity without Paradigm of Space-Time Covariance: Sensible Quantum Gravity and Resolution of the "Problem of Time" (C Soo and H-L Yu); Quantum Corrections to Entropic Gravity (P Chen and C-H Wang); Black Holes and the Generalized Uncertainty Principle (B J Carr); New Perspective on Space and Time from Lorentz Violation (B-Q Ma); Foundations of Classical Electrodynamics, Equivalence Principle and Cosmic Interactions: A Short Exposition and an Update (W-T Ni, H-H Mei, and S-J Wu); Critical Acceleration and Quantum Vacuum (J Rafelski and L Labun); Temperature of Electron Fluctuations in an Accelerated Vacuum (L Labun and J Rafelski); Cosmology: Generalized G-Inflation: Inflation with the Most General Second-Order Field Equations (T Kobayashi, M Yamaguchi, and J Yokoyama); Brane-World Inflation: Perturbations and Cosmological Constraints (M Bouhmadi-Lopez, P Chen, and Y-W Liu); Testing the Origin of Primordial Perturbation - Use of Bispectrum and Trispectrum (T Suyama); Self-Accelerating Universe in Nonlinear Massive Gravity (A E Gumrukcuoglu, C Lin, and S Mukohyama); Inhomogeneous Barotropic FRW Cosmologies with Constant-Shifted Conformal Hubble Parameters (H C Rosu and K V Khmelnytskaya); Mysterious Anti-Gravity and Dark-Essence (J-A Gu); Local Inhomogeneities and the Value of the Cosmological Constant (A E Romano); Constraining a Model of Varying Alpha with Parity and Charge Parity Violation (D Maity and P Chen); Particle Astrophysics: Cosmic Connections: From Cosmic Rays to Gamma Rays, Cosmic Backgrounds and Magnetic Fields (A Kusenko); Fermi - Large Area Telescope: Accomplishments and Challenges (T Kamae); Ultra-Fast Flash Observatory (UFFO) for Observation of Early Photons from Gamma Ray Bursts (I H Park, S Ahmad, P Barrillon, S Brandt, C Budtz-Jorgensen, A J Castro-Tirado, P Chen, Y J Choi, P Connell, S Dagoret-Campagne, C Eyles, B Grossan, M-H A Huang, A Jung, S Jeong, J E Kim, M B Kim, S-W Kim, Y W Kim, A S Krasnov, J Lee, H Lim, E V Linder, T-C Liu, N Lund, K W Min, G W Na, J W Nam, M I Panasyuk, J Ripa, V Reglero, J M Rodrigo, G F Smoot, J E Suh, S Svertilov, N Vedenkin, M-Z Wang, and I Yashin); The UFFO Slewing Mirror Telescope for Early Optical Observation from Gamma Ray Bursts (J Nam); Neutrino Astronomy at the South Pole (A Karle); Neutrino Flavor Ratios on Earth under Decay and Oscillation Scenarios (T C Liu, K-C Lai, and G-L Lin); Distinguishability of Neutrino Flavors through Their Different Shower Characteristics (C-C Chen, P Chen, C-Y Hu, and K-C Lai); Cherenkov Radiation Induced by Cosmogenic Neutrinos in Near-Field (C-Y Hu, C-C Chen, and P Chen); Dark Matter Search with Sub-keV Germanium Detectors at the China Jinping Underground Laboratory (Q Yue and H T Wong); Towards a Sensitive Dark Matter Detection with Liquid Xenon (K Ni); Bayesian Implications of Collider and SUSY Dark Matter Direct and Indirect Searches (L Roszkowski, E M Sessolo, and Y-L S Tsai).


Szczegóły: Multivariate Statistics: Theory and Applications

Tytuł: Multivariate Statistics: Theory and Applications
Producent: World Scientific Publishing Co Ltd
ISBN: 9789814449366
Rok produkcji: 2013
Ilość stron: 384
Oprawa: Twarda


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Multivariate Statistics: Theory and Applications

The book aims to present a wide range of the newest results on multivariate statistical models, distribution theory and applications of multivariate statistical methods. A paper on Pearson - Kotz - Dirichlet distributions by Professor N Balakrishnan contains main results of the Samuel Kotz Memorial Lecture. Extensions of linear models to multivariate exponential dispersion models and Growth Curve models are presented, and several papers on classification methods are included. Applications range from insurance mathematics to medical and industrial statistics and sampling algorithms.Overview of Institutional Research Programs: Current and Future Research Programs at Stanford's Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology (G Madejski); Cosmology and Particle Astrophysics at Kavli IPMU (H Aihara); Tsinghua Center for Astrophysics and the Dark Universe (C Tao); Gravity and Spacetime: Space, Time, Matter: 1918 - 2012 (G Veneziano); General Relativity without Paradigm of Space-Time Covariance: Sensible Quantum Gravity and Resolution of the "Problem of Time" (C Soo and H-L Yu); Quantum Corrections to Entropic Gravity (P Chen and C-H Wang); Black Holes and the Generalized Uncertainty Principle (B J Carr); New Perspective on Space and Time from Lorentz Violation (B-Q Ma); Foundations of Classical Electrodynamics, Equivalence Principle and Cosmic Interactions: A Short Exposition and an Update (W-T Ni, H-H Mei, and S-J Wu); Critical Acceleration and Quantum Vacuum (J Rafelski and L Labun); Temperature of Electron Fluctuations in an Accelerated Vacuum (L Labun and J Rafelski); Cosmology: Generalized G-Inflation: Inflation with the Most General Second-Order Field Equations (T Kobayashi, M Yamaguchi, and J Yokoyama); Brane-World Inflation: Perturbations and Cosmological Constraints (M Bouhmadi-Lopez, P Chen, and Y-W Liu); Testing the Origin of Primordial Perturbation - Use of Bispectrum and Trispectrum (T Suyama); Self-Accelerating Universe in Nonlinear Massive Gravity (A E Gumrukcuoglu, C Lin, and S Mukohyama); Inhomogeneous Barotropic FRW Cosmologies with Constant-Shifted Conformal Hubble Parameters (H C Rosu and K V Khmelnytskaya); Mysterious Anti-Gravity and Dark-Essence (J-A Gu); Local Inhomogeneities and the Value of the Cosmological Constant (A E Romano); Constraining a Model of Varying Alpha with Parity and Charge Parity Violation (D Maity and P Chen); Particle Astrophysics: Cosmic Connections: From Cosmic Rays to Gamma Rays, Cosmic Backgrounds and Magnetic Fields (A Kusenko); Fermi - Large Area Telescope: Accomplishments and Challenges (T Kamae); Ultra-Fast Flash Observatory (UFFO) for Observation of Early Photons from Gamma Ray Bursts (I H Park, S Ahmad, P Barrillon, S Brandt, C Budtz-Jorgensen, A J Castro-Tirado, P Chen, Y J Choi, P Connell, S Dagoret-Campagne, C Eyles, B Grossan, M-H A Huang, A Jung, S Jeong, J E Kim, M B Kim, S-W Kim, Y W Kim, A S Krasnov, J Lee, H Lim, E V Linder, T-C Liu, N Lund, K W Min, G W Na, J W Nam, M I Panasyuk, J Ripa, V Reglero, J M Rodrigo, G F Smoot, J E Suh, S Svertilov, N Vedenkin, M-Z Wang, and I Yashin); The UFFO Slewing Mirror Telescope for Early Optical Observation from Gamma Ray Bursts (J Nam); Neutrino Astronomy at the South Pole (A Karle); Neutrino Flavor Ratios on Earth under Decay and Oscillation Scenarios (T C Liu, K-C Lai, and G-L Lin); Distinguishability of Neutrino Flavors through Their Different Shower Characteristics (C-C Chen, P Chen, C-Y Hu, and K-C Lai); Cherenkov Radiation Induced by Cosmogenic Neutrinos in Near-Field (C-Y Hu, C-C Chen, and P Chen); Dark Matter Search with Sub-keV Germanium Detectors at the China Jinping Underground Laboratory (Q Yue and H T Wong); Towards a Sensitive Dark Matter Detection with Liquid Xenon (K Ni); Bayesian Implications of Collider and SUSY Dark Matter Direct and Indirect Searches (L Roszkowski, E M Sessolo, and Y-L S Tsai).

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Szczegóły: Multivariate Statistics: Theory and Applications

Tytuł: Multivariate Statistics: Theory and Applications
Producent: World Scientific Publishing Co Ltd
ISBN: 9789814449366
Rok produkcji: 2013
Ilość stron: 384
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