Wavelet Shrinkage Estimation of Certain Poisson Intensity Signals Using Corrected Thresholds

  title={Wavelet Shrinkage Estimation of Certain Poisson Intensity Signals Using Corrected Thresholds},
  author={Eric D. Kolaczyk},
Wavelet shrinkage estimation has been found to be a powerful tool for the non-parametric estimation of spatially variable phenomena. Most work in this area to date has concentrated primarily on the use of wavelet shrinkage techniques in contexts where the data are modeled as observations of a signal plus additive, Gaussian noise. In this paper, I introduce an approach to estimating intensity functions for a certain class of “burst-like” Poisson processes using wavelet shrinkage. The proposed… CONTINUE READING
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