Measuring the Association of Point Processes : a Case History

@inproceedings{Brillinger2012MeasuringTA,
  title={Measuring the Association of Point Processes : a Case History},
  author={David R. Brillinger},
  year={2012}
}
1. Introduction. Modern applied statistics typically involves elements of computation, probability theory, statistical theory and collaboration with specialists in the subject matter of some substantive field. In this article I shall describe part of a continuing experience of collaboration with two neurophysiologists from U. In formal terms, the problem considered is one of measuring the degree of association of points of two different sorts distributed along a straight line in an irregular… CONTINUE READING
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