## 5 Citations

### Tail dependence and smoothness

- Computer Science
- 2019

A smoothness coefficient is proposed to evaluate the degree of smoothness/oscillation in the trajectory of a process, with an intuitive reading and simple estimation and it is seen that, in a stationary process, it coincides with the tail dependence coefficient $\lambda$ (Sibuya 1960, Joe 1997), providing a new interpretation of the latter.

### A crossinggram for random fields on lattices

- Computer Science
- 2019

The coefficients that are proposed give information about the tendency of a random field for local oscillations of its values in relation to real valued high levels, and can observe surface trajectories more smooth over a region according to higher crossinggram value.

### Tail dependence and smoothness of time series

- MathematicsTEST
- 2020

The risk of catastrophes is related to the possibility of occurring extreme values. Several statistical methodologies have been developed in order to evaluate the propensity of a process for the…

### Asymmetric copula–based distribution models for met-ocean data in offshore wind engineering applications

- EngineeringWind Engineering
- 2018

Joint statistical models for long-term wave climate are a key aspect of offshore wind engineering design. However, to find a joint model for sea-state characteristics is often difficult due to the…

### Upper tail dependence and smoothness of random fields

- Computer Science
- 2019

The objective of this work is to quantify the smoothness of a random field through coefficients that are easy to estimate and use in applications.

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### Dependence of maxima in space

- Mathematics
- 2015

We evaluate the dependence among large values of a spatial process of maxima trough a coefficient that can be applied in natural, technical and societal extreme phenomena. Its main properties are: a)…

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- Mathematics
- 1996

We propose a multivariate extreme value threshold model for joint tail estimation which overcomes the problems encountered with existing techniques when the variables are near independence. We…

### On extremal dependence of block vectors

- MathematicsKybernetika
- 2012

A tail dependence function and an extremal coefficient of dependence between two random vectors that extend existing ones are presented and it is seen that in weakening the usual required dependence allows to assess the amount of dependence in $d-variate random vectors based on bidimensional techniques.

### Generalized Logistic Models and its orthant tail dependence

- MathematicsKybernetika
- 2011

The parametric family of multivariate extreme value distributions considered presents a flexible dependence structure and the multivariate tail dependence coefficients considered in Li (2009) are computed.

### Generalized madogram and pairwise dependence of maxima over two regions of a random field

- Computer Science, MathematicsKybernetika
- 2015

This paper introduces a measure that evaluates the dependence among extreme observations located in two separated regions of locations of R^2, which extends the existing {\lambda}-madogram concept and compares it with extremal coefficients, finding generalizations of the known relations in pairwise approach.

### Multivariate nonparametric estimation of the Pickands dependence function using Bernstein polynomials

- Mathematics
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- Computer Science, Economics
- 2016

These notes provide an introduction to modeling with copulas. Copulas are the mechanism which allows us to isolate the dependency structure in a multivariate distribution. In particular, we can…

### Dependence modelling for spatial extremes

- Mathematics
- 2012

Current dependence models for spatial extremes are based upon max-stable processes. Within this class, there are few inferentially viable models available, and we propose one further model. More…

### An Alternative Point Process Framework for Modeling Multivariate Extreme Values

- Mathematics
- 2011

An alternative limiting point process to that of de Haan (1985) is studied that holds regardless of whether the underlying data generation mechanism is asymptotically dependent or asymptotically…