A Generalized Gaussian Process Model for Computer Experiments With Binary Time Series

  title={A Generalized Gaussian Process Model for Computer Experiments With Binary Time Series},
  author={Chih-Li Sung and Ying Hung and William Rittase and Cheng Zhu and C. F. Jeff Wu},
  journal={Journal of the American Statistical Association},
  pages={945 - 956}
Abstract Non-Gaussian observations such as binary responses are common in some computer experiments. Motivated by the analysis of a class of cell adhesion experiments, we introduce a generalized Gaussian process model for binary responses, which shares some common features with standard GP models. In addition, the proposed model incorporates a flexible mean function that can capture different types of time series structures. Asymptotic properties of the estimators are derived, and an optimal… Expand
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