A Bayesian Analysis of Extreme Rainfall Data

@inproceedings{Coles1996ABA,
  title={A Bayesian Analysis of Extreme Rainfall Data},
  author={Stuart Coles and Jonathan A. Tawn},
  year={1996}
}
  • Stuart Coles, Jonathan A. Tawn
  • Published 1996
  • Mathematics
  • SUMMARY Understanding and quantifying the behaviour of a rainfall process at extreme levels has important applications for design in civil engineering. As in the extremal analysis of any environmental process, estimates often are required of the probability of events that are rarer than those already recorded. As data on extremes are scarce, all available sources of information should be used in inference. Consequently, research has focused on the development of techniques that make optimal use… CONTINUE READING

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