Browsing by Author "Parzen, Emanuel"
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Alexander, William Pyle (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1989)The focus of this work is to derive functional and graphical statistical techniques for the two sample problem suitable for implementation in modern computing environments. In the two sample problem, it is desired to test ...

Eubank, Randall Lester (Texas A&M University. Libraries, )Parzen (1979) has shown that the estimation of location and scale parameters by linear systematic statistics may be formulated as a problem in regression analysis of a smoothed sample quantile process. In this dissertation, ...

Prihoda, Thomas Jeffery (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1981)Parzen (1979) suggests a location and scale model for the quantile function (inverse distribution function) of a random variable. We extend this model to the two sample and ksample problems and some results are given ...

Shin, Hyejin (Texas A&M University, 20070917)Modern data collection methods are now frequently returning observations that should be viewed as the result of digitized recording or sampling from stochastic processes rather than vectors of finite length. In spite of ...

Parzen, Emanuel (John Wiley & Sons, 1960)

Mukhopadhyay, Subhadeep (20130423)Learning from data, especially ‘Big Data’, is becoming increasingly popular under names such as Data Mining, Data Science, Machine Learning, Statistical Learning and High Dimensional Data Analysis. In this dissertation we ...

Choi, Sujung (Texas A&M University, 20051101)We discuss twosample problems and the implementation of a new twosample data analysis procedure. The proposed procedure is based on the concepts of middistribution, design of score functions, components, comparison ...

White, James Michael (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1981)In this dissertation a procedure for estimating the parameters of a quantile regression function is investigated. The procedure is based on the work of Parzen (1979a) in the theory of quantile functions and is applicable ...

Olson, David Ra (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1984)The residence time moments and cross moments are derived for the general stochastic compartment model with constant transition rates. These moments are obtained for the ncompartment, irreversible catenary system with ...

Zheng, Qi (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1993)C om partm ental models have been widely used in natural and biomedical sciences for several decades. This dissertation proposes and studies some new techniques in th e theory and applications of stochastic com partm ental ...

Romo Urroz, Juan José (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1987)The main goal of this dissertation is to extend Alexander's (1987) central limit theorem for empirical processes on VapnikCervonenkis classes of functions to the case with nonGaussian stable Radon limit. The dissertation ...

Harpaz, Avraham (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1985)In this dissertation, weak convergence results for dependent sequences are used to derive the asymptotic distribution of linear rank statistics for the two sample problem. It is shown that the asymptotic variance of linear ...

Holan, Scott Harold (Texas A&M University, 20040930)The exponential model of Bloomfield (1973) is becoming increasingly important due to its recent applications to long memory time series. However, this model has received little consideration in the context of short memory ...

Grimshaw, Scott D. (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1989)Tail estimators are proposed which make minimal assumptions and let the data dictate the form of the probability model. These estimators use only the observations in the tail and are based on a unifying densityquantile ...

Variability and predictability of the surface temperature field on a zonally symmetric land planet Leung, Laiyung (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1991)An information approach to the study of climate predictability is introduced. This approach uses various information measures based on entropy to define the limits of predictability and to quantify the information given ...

Ogden, Robert Todd (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1994)Two research areas that have generated a great deal of interest in the field of statistics are the changepoint problem and nonparametric regression. This work is concerned with a melding of these two general ideas. In ...