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2019

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2019

This paper introduces the R package WRS2 that implements various robust statistical methods. It elaborates on the basics of… Expand

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2015

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2015

We propose a general methodology for the construction and analysis of essentially minimax estimators for a wide class of… Expand

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2008

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2008

Deep belief networks (DBN) are generative neural network models with many layers of hidden explanatory factors, recently… Expand

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2005

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2005

Summary. A new test is proposed comparing two multivariate distributions by using distances between observations. Unlike earlier… Expand

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2003

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2003

This paper describes how to employ multi-terminal binary decision diagrams (MTBDDs) for the construction and analysis of a… Expand

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2002

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2002

Currently, there is an important debate about the relative merits of models with discrete and continuous representations of… Expand

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2001

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2001

The traditional definition of a confidence interval requires the coverage probability at any value of the parameter to be at… Expand

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1993

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1993

We derive useful distributional representations for three discrete laws: the discrete stable distribution of Steutel and Van Harn… Expand

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1988

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1988

This paper examines the partial orderings of discrete distributions derived from various poverty indices and sets of welfare… Expand

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1965

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1965

Non-observability of events. Certain types of events, although they occur may be unascertainable and the observed distribution… Expand

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