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- Luis A. Garćıa-Escudero, Alfonso Gordaliza, Carlos Matrán
- 2008

We introduce a new method for performing clustering with the aim of fitting clusters with different scatters and weights. It is designed by allowing to handle a proportion α of contaminating data to guarantee the robustness of the method. As a characteristic feature, restrictions on the ratio between the maximum and the minimum eigenvalues of the groups… (More)

- Juan Antonio Cuesta-Albertos, Eustasio del Barrio, Ricardo Fraiman, Carlos Matrán
- Computational Statistics & Data Analysis
- 2007

The possibility of considering random projections to identify probability distributions belonging to parametric families is explored. The results are based on considerations involving invariance properties of the family of distributions as well as on the random way of choosing the projections. In particular, it is shown that if a one-dimensional (suitably)… (More)

- Luis Angel García-Escudero, Alfonso Gordaliza, Carlos Matrán, Agustín Mayo-Iscar
- Statistics and Computing
- 2011

Two key questions in Clustering problems are how to determine the number of groups properly and measure the strength of group-assignments. These questions are specially involved when the presence of certain fraction of outlying data is also expected. Any answer to these two key questions should depend on the assumed probabilisticmodel, the allowed group… (More)

Robust estimators of location and dispersion are often used in the elliptical model to obtain an uncontaminated and highly representative subsample by trimming the data outside an ellipsoid based in the associated Mahalanobis distance. Here we analyze some one (or k)-step Maximum Likelihood Estimators computed on a subsample obtained with such a procedure.… (More)

- Luis Angel García-Escudero, Alfonso Gordaliza, Carlos Matrán, Agustín Mayo-Iscar
- Adv. Data Analysis and Classification
- 2010

- Luis Angel García-Escudero, Alfonso Gordaliza, Carlos Matrán, Agustín Mayo-Iscar
- Statistics and Computing
- 2015

The maximum likelihood estimation in the finite mixture of distributions setting is an ill-posed problem that is treatable, in practice, through the EM algorithm. However, the existence of spurious solutions (singularities and non-interesting local maximizers) makes difficult to find sensible mixture fits for non-expert practitioners. In this work, a… (More)

- Pedro C. Álvarez-Esteban, Eustasio del Barrio, Juan Antonio Cuesta-Albertos, Carlos Matrán
- Computational Statistics & Data Analysis
- 2010

The use of trimming procedures constitutes a natural approach to robustifying statistical methods. This is the case of goodness-of-fit tests based on a distance, which can be modified by choosing trimmed versions of the distributions minimizing that distance. In this paper we consider the L2-Wasserstein distance and introduce the trimming methodology for… (More)

- Garćıa-Escudero, A. Gordaliza, C. Matrán
- 2007

A new method for performing robust clustering is proposed. The method is designed with the aim of fitting clusters with different scatters and weights. A proportion α of contaminating data points is also allowed. Restrictions on the ratio between the maximum and the minimum eigenvalues of the groups scatter matrices are introduced. These restrictions make… (More)

- Pedro C. Álvarez-Esteban, Eustasio del Barrio, Juan Antonio Cuesta-Albertos, Carlos Matrán
- Computational Statistics & Data Analysis
- 2013

We consider a k-sample problem, k > 2, where samples have been obtained from k (random) generators, and we are interested in identifying those samples, if any, that exhibit substantial deviations from a pattern given by most of the samples. This main pattern would consist of component samples which should exhibit some internal degree of similarity. To… (More)

- JUAN A. CUESTA, CARLOS MATRÁN
- 2010

Let (Q,<r, p) be a probability space and let X be a B-valued /i-essentially bounded random variable, where (B,\\ ||) is a uniformly convex Banach space. Given a, a sub-<r-algebra of a, the p-prediction (1 < p < oo) of X is defined as the best Lp-approximation to X by (»-measurable random variables. The paper proves that the Pólya algorithm is successful,… (More)