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by Kanti V. Mardia,Peter E. Jupp

  • Author: Kanti V. Mardia,Peter E. Jupp
  • ISBN: 0471953334
  • ISBN13: 978-0471953333
  • ePub: 1612 kb | FB2: 1301 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Mathematics
  • Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (January 1999)
  • Pages: 350
  • Rating: 4.8/5
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Directional Statistics ePub download

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In book: Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences. A correlation coefficient ρ 2 is proposed for bivariate angular distributions and for bivariate distributions on general manifolds. Cite this publication. Numerous articles on the theory and practice of directional statistics have appeared since Mardia's (1975a) survey. This paper aims to present a coherent view of the theory of the topic by relating these developments to the following key ideas: exponential families, transformation models, 'tangent-normal' decompositions, transformations to multivariate problems and the central limit theorem.

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Finding books BookSee BookSee - Download books for free. Directional Statistics (Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics). Kanti V. Mardia, Peter E. 1. 4 Mb. Statistical Shape Analysis (Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics). I. L. Dryden, Kanti V. Mardia. Peter E. Jupp is the author of Directional Statistics, published by Wiley. ISBN: 978-0-471-95333-3 January 1999 456 Pages. This book provides essential material that is very timely and interesting and provides an excellent treatise on the theory, methodology, and applications of directional and axial statistics. Technometrics, November 2008). This book has been written as a drastic revision and major extension to Statistics of Directional Data.

Presents new and up-dated material on both the underlying theoryand the practical methodology of directional statistics, helpingthe reader to utilise and develop the techniques appropriate totheir work.The book is divided into three parts. The first part concentrateson statistics on the circle. Topics covered include tests ofuniformity, tests of good-of-fit, inference on von Misesdistributions and non-parametric methods. The second part considersstatistics on spheres of arbitrary dimension, and includes adetailed account of inference on the main distributions on spheres.Recent material on correlation, regression time series, robusttechniques, bootstrap methods, density estimation and curve fittingis presented. The third part considers statistics on more generalsample spaces, in particular rotation groups, Stiefel manifolds,Grassmann manifolds and complex projective spaces. Shape analysisis considered from the perspective of directional statistics.Written by leading authors in the field, this text will beinvaluable not only to researchers in probability and statisticsinterested in the latest developments in directional statistics,but also to practitioners and researchers in many scientificfields, including astronomy, biology, computer vision, earthsciences and image analysis.
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Directional statistics deals with probabilities of directions (unit vectors), axes (lines through the origin) and rotations. For example, one can use directional statistics to model the distribution of bond angles in molecules, wind directions or observations on the celestial sphere. The book by Mardia & Jupp provides a unique overview of this field of statistics, and contains a wealth of information on distributions and techniques that deal with directional data. If you find yourself dealing with directional data by using conventional distributions (ie. on the wrong manifold) or by discretizing your data (and thereby making the problem intractable), buy this book and find out about the right way to deal with your data. This 'right way' is moreover often surprisingly straightforward and tractable!
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