5 edition of Directions in Robust Statistics and Diagnostics found in the catalog.
April 18, 1991 by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||Werner Stahel (Editor), Sanford Weisberg (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||380|
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This IMA Volume in Mathematics and its Applications DIRECTIONS IN ROBUST STATISTICS AND DIAGNOSTICS is based on the proceedings of the first four weeks of the six week IMA summer program "Robustness, Diagnostics, Computing and Graphics in Statistics".
In robust statistics new procedures which have been derived from theoretical considerations are beginning to find their way into applications. Diagnostics have been designed to supplement standard methodology with both graphical and non-graphical procedures.
Many diagnostics, particularly graphical ones, have been generally included in common computing packages. Directions in Robust Statistics and Diagnostics. Part 1. (Ima Volumes in Mathematics and Its Applications, Vol 33).
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Tyler D.E. () Some Issues in the Robust Estimation of Multivariate Location and Scatter. In: Directions in Robust Statistics and Diagnostics. The IMA Volumes in Cited by: Weisberg, S & Atkinson, ACSimulated Annealing for the detection of Multiple Outliers using least squares and least median of squares fittin.
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Cited by: Directions in Robust Statistics and Diagnostics. Yohai; W.A. Stahel the book continues to describe one- and two-sample problems, the basic development of rank methods in the linear model Author: Murray Jorgensen. Tutorial to robust statistics Tutorial to robust statistics Rousseeuw, Peter J.
University of Ant werp (UIA), Vesaliusl B Edegem, Belgium SUMMARY In this tutorial we first illustrate the effect of outliers on classical statistics such as the sample average. This motivates the use of robust techniques.
For univariate data the sample median is a robust estimator. Directions in Robust Statistics and Diagnostics: Part II, ed. Stahel and S. Weisberg, Springer– Verlag: New York, – “Higher Order Effects in Log–Linear and Log–Nonlinear Models for Contingency Tables With Ordered Categories” (), Applied Statistics, 40, – (with C.–L.
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Downloadable. We develop simple procedures to test for omitted variables and perform other tests in regression directions, which are asymptotically valid in the presence of heteroskedasticity of unknown form. We examine the asymptotic behaviour of these tests, and use Edgeworth approximations to study their approximate finite-sample performance.
Citation (ISO format): MARKATOU, Marianthi, STAHEL, Werner A., RONCHETTI, M-Type Testing Procedures for Linear Models. In: Stahel W. & Weisberg S. (Ed Cited by: Selected published papers authored or coauthored, with links to papers, code, and/or data sets. Note: Current research and unpublished versions of some of these papers can be found at the Statistics Group Working Paper Series web site or at arXiv.
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Citation (ISO format): FIELD, Christopher A., RONCHETTI, Overview of Small Sample Asymptotics. In: Stahel W. and Weisberg S. (Ed.). Directions in Robust Cited by: 9. Nanayakkara, N, Cressie, N Stahel, W, Weisberg, S Robustness to unequal scale and other departures from the classical linear model Directions in robust statistics and diagnostics New York Springer-Verlag (Part II) Google Scholar | CrossrefCited by: Robust Nonparametric Statistical Methods, Second Edition, () Physically Realistic Roughness Closure Scheme to Simulate Turbulent Channel Flow over Rough Beds within the Framework of LES.
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Stahel and S. Regression lies heart in statistics, it is the one of the most important branch of multivariate techniques available for extracting knowledge in almost every field of study and research. Nowadays, it has drawn a huge interest to perform the tasks with different fields like machine learning, pattern recognition and data mining.
Investigating outlier (exceptional) is a century long problem to.We develop simple procedures to test for omitted variables and perform other tests in regression directions, which are asymptotically valid in the presence of heteroskedasticity of unknown form.
We examine the asymptotic behaviour of these tests, and use Edgeworth approximations to study their approximate finite-sample performance. We also present results from several Monte Carlo Cited by: 7. Conclusions Appendix: Software Considerations for Robust Regression References Index About the Author.
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