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Title Statistical methods for modeling human dynamics : an interdisciplinary dialogue / edited by Sy-Miin Chow, Emilio Ferrer, Fushing Hsieh
Published New York : Routledge, ©2010
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Description 1 online resource (xvi, 428 pages) : illustrations
Series The Notre Dame series on quantitative methodology
Notre Dame series on quantitative methodologies.
Contents Cover; Statistical Methods for Modeling Human Dynamics: An Interdisciplinary Dialogouse; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1. Introduction and Section Overview; 1.1 Part I: Parametric and Exploratory Approaches for ExtractingWithin-Person Nonstationarities; 1.2 Part II: Representing and Extracting Intraindividual Change; 1.3 Part III:Modeling Interindividual Differences in Change and Interpersonal Dynamics; References; Part I: Parametric and Exploratory Approaches for Extracting Within-Person Nonstationarities
3.4 Parametric Time-Varying Spectrum Estimation3.5 Case Study I: Estimation of ERS of EEG; 3.6 Case Study II: Estimation of HRV Dynamics During an Orthostatic Test; 3.7 Discussion; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 4. Cluster Analysis for Nonstationary Time Series; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Fourier Analysis; 4.3 The WP Transform; 4.4 Clustering Nonstationary Time Series; 4.5 Simulations; 4.6 Illustrative Example; 4.7 Summary; Acknowledgments; Appendix 4.1: Estimation of the Posterior Probability in Equation 4.4; Appendix 4.2: BBA for Selecting the Best Clustering Basis
Appendix 4.3: Model-Based Feature Selection AlgorithmReferences; Chapter 5. Characterizing Latent Structure in Brain Signals; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Inferring Latent Structure via AR and TVA RModels; 5.3 Detecting Fatigue from EEGS: Experimental Setting and Data Analysis; 5.4 Conclusions and Future Directions; Acknowledgments; Appendix 5.1: Posterior Estimation in NDLMS; References; Chapter 6. A Closer Look at Two Approaches for Analysis and Classification of Nonstationary Time Series; Part II: Representing and Extracting Intraindividual Change
Chapter 2. Dynamic Modeling and Optimal Control of Intraindividual Variation: A Computational Paradigm for Nonergodic Psychological Processes2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Ergodicity; 2.3 (Lack of)Homogeneity; 2.4 Nonstationarity; 2.5 Illustrative EKFIS Application to a Nonstationary Time Series; 2.6 AMonteCarlo Study; 2.7 Optimal Control; 2.8 Conclusion; References; Chapter 3. Dynamic Spectral Analysis of Biomedical Signals with Application to Electroencephalogram and Heart Rate Variability; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Biomedical Signals; 3.3 Time-Frequency Representations
Summary First Published in 2010. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Notes Print version record
Subject Dyadic analysis (Social sciences)
Human behavior -- Mathematical models.
Models, Theoretical.
Form Electronic book
Author Chow, Sy-Miin.
Ferrer, Emilio.
Hsieh, Fushing.
ISBN 0203864743