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Author Brillinger, David R.

Title Selected works of David Brillinger / Peter Guttorp, David Brillinger, editors
Published New York : Springer, [2012]
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Description 1 online resource (xxxviii, 613 pages)
Series Selected works in probability and statistics
Selected works in probability and statistics.
Contents Theoretical Statistics. Commentary by Victor M. Panaretos / Peter Guttorp, David Brillinger -- Necessary and sufficient conditions for a statistical problem to be invariant under a Lie group / D.R. Brillinger -- An Asymptotic Representation of the Sample Distribution Function / David Brillinger -- The Spectral Analysis of Stationary Interval Functions / D.R. Brillinger -- On The Number of Solutions of Systems of Random Equations / D.R. Brillinger -- Asymptotic Normality of Finite Fourier Transforms of Stationary Generalized Processes / D.R. Brillinger -- A Particle Migrating Randomly on a Sphere / D.R. Brillinger -- Some Statistical Methods for Random Process Data from Seismology and Neurophysiology / D.R. Brillinger
Time Series Papers. / Peter Guttorp, David Brillinger -- An Introduction to Polyspectra / D.R. Brillinger -- Asymptotic Theory of Estimates of kTH-Order Spectra / D.R. Brillinger, M. Rosenblatt -- Asymptotic properties of spectral estimates of second order / D.R. Brillinger -- Fourier Analysis of Stationary Processes / D.R. Brillinger -- The digital rainbow: Some history and applications of numerical spectrum analysis / D.R. Brillinger -- An investigation of the second- and higher-order spectra of music / D.R. Brillinger, R.A. Irizarry -- Some Examples of Empirical Fourier Analysis in Scientific Problems / D.R. Brillinger -- Some Examples of Random Process Environmental Data Analysis / D.R. Brillinger
Population Biology and Environment. Commentary: Introductory Comments to Some Applied Papers by D.R. Brillinger, by Tore Schweder and Haiganoush Preisler / Peter Guttorp, David Brillinger -- Empirical Modelling of Population Time Series Data: The Case of Age and Density Dependent Vital Rates / D.R. Brillinger, John Guckenheimer, Peter Guttorp, George Oster -- Learning a Potential Function From a Trajectory / D.R. Brillinger -- A Potential Function Approach to the Flow of Play in Soccer / D.R. Brillinger -- The Use Of Potential Functions In Modelling Animal Movement / D.R. Brillinger, H.K. Preisler, A.A. Ager, J.G. Kie -- Elephant-seal movements: Modelling migration / D.R. Brillinger, Brent S. Stewart -- Random Process Methods And Environmental Data: The 1996 Hunter Lecture / D.R. Brillinger -- The 2005 Neyman Lecture: Dynamic Indeterminism in Science / D.R. Brillinger
Point Processes. Commentary by Peter Guttorp / Peter Guttorp, David Brillinger -- An Empirical Investigation of the Chandler Wobble and Two Proposed Excitation Processes / D.R. Brillinger -- Estimation of uncertainties in eigenspectral estimates from decaying geophysical time series / B.A. Bolt, D.R. Brillinger -- Statistical Inference for Stationary Point Processes / D.R. Brillinger -- Special Invited Paper / D.R. Brillinger -- Measuring The Association Of Point Processes: A Case History / D.R. Brillinger -- Empirical Examination of the Threshold Model of Neuron Firing / D.R. Brillinger, J.P. Segundo -- Nerve Cell Spike Train Data Analysis: A Progression of Technique / D.R. Brillinger -- A Generalized Linear Model With "Gaussian" Regressor Variables / D.R. Brillinger -- The identification of a particular nonlinear time series system / D.R. Brillinger
Summary This volume contains 30 of David Brillinger's most influential papers. He is an eminent statistical scientist, having published broadly in time series and point process analysis, seismology, neurophysiology, and population biology. Each of these areas are well represented in the book. The volume has been divided into four parts, each with comments by one of Dr. Brillinger's former PhD students. His more theoretical papers have comments by Victor Panaretos from Switzerland. The area of time series has commentary by Pedro Morettin from Brazil. The biologically oriented papers are commented by Tore Schweder from Norway and Haiganoush Preisler from USA, while the point process papers have comments by Peter Guttorp from USA. In addition, the volume contains a Statistical Science interview with Dr. Brillinger, and his bibliography
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Subject Brillinger, David R. -- Bibliography.
Mathematical statistics.
Time-series analysis.
Genre/Form Bibliography.
Form Electronic book
Author Guttorp, Peter, editor
ISBN 1461413443 (electronic bk.)
9781461413448 (electronic bk.)
Other Titles Works. Selections