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L. Accardi,C.C. Heyde
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Probability Towards 2000. Buch 128. L. Accardi . Springer Science & Business Media. The book is aimed at graduate students in econometrics and statistics as well as professionals who are not experts in semiparametic methods. The usefulness of the methods will be illustrated with applications that use real data.

Probability Towards 2000, L. Accardi & C. C. Heyde (1998) Athens Conference on Applied Probability and Time Series Analysis - Volume I: Applied Probability In Honor of . Gani, C. Heyde & Yu V. Prohorov (1996). Heyde (1998). Random and Quasi-Random Point Sets, Peter Hellekalek & Gerhard Larcher (1998). Multivariate Reduced-Rank Regression - Theory and Applications, Gregory C. Reinsel & Raja P. Velu (1998) Athens Conference on Applied Probability and Time Series Analysis - Volume I: Applied Probability In Honor of . Non-Regular Statistical Estimation, Masafumi Akahira & Kei Takeuchi (1995). The Normal Distribution - Characterizations with Applications, Wlodzimierz Bryc (1995). Accardi; . 1998 Серия: Lecture Notes in Statistics Язык: ENG Размер: 2. 9 x 1. 0 x . 8 cm Основная тема: Mathematics Рейтинг: Поставляется из: Германии Описание: Senior probabilists with differing specialities, gave their visions of the state of their speciality, why they think it is important, and how they think it would develop in the new millenium.

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In Probability Towards 2000 (Lecture Notes Statist. 128), eds Accardi, L. and Heyde, C. Springer, New York, pp. 123–136. Group Representations in Probability and Statistics (IMS Lecture Notes-Monogr. Coupling methods for multidimensional diffusion processes. Ser. 11). Institute of Mathematical Statistics, Hawyard, C. .Diaconis, . and Saloff-Coste, L. (1996). Nash's inequality for finite Markov chains.

Conference Probability towards 2000 (New York, 1995) (L. Accardi and C. Heyde, ed., (Lecture Notes in Statist. vol. 128) Springer-Verlag, New York 1998, pp. 47–57. O. E. Barndor-Nielsen, Processes of normal inverse Gaussian type, Finance Stochastics 2 :1 (1998), 41–68

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Senior probabilists from around the world with widely differing specialities gave their visions of the state of their specialty, why they think it is important, and how they think it will develop inthe new millenium. The volume includes papers given at a symposium at Columbia University in 1995, but papers from others not at the meeting were added to broaden the coverage of areas. All papers were refereed.

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