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Advances in Statistical Methodologies and Their Application to Real Problems

In recent years, statistical techniques and methods for data analysis have advanced significantly in a wide range of research areas. These developments enable researchers to analyze increasingly large datasets with more flexibility and also more accurately estimate and evaluate the phenomena they study. We recognize the value of recent advances in data analysis techniques in many different research fields. However, we also note that awareness of these different statistical and probabilistic approaches may vary, owing to differences in the datasets typical of different research fields. This book provides a cross-disciplinary forum for exploring the variety of new data analysis techniques emerging from different fields.

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Advances in Statistical Methodologies and Their Application to Real ProblemsEdited by Tsukasa Hokimoto

Published: April 26th 2017

DOI: 10.5772/62963

ISBN: 978-953-51-3102-1

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-3101-4

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1. Why the Decision‐Theoretic Perspective Misrepresents Frequentist Inference: Revisiting Stein’s Paradox and Admissibility

By Aris Spanos

323

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2. A Comparison Study on Performance of an Adaptive Filter with Other Estimation Methods for State Estimation in High-Dimensional System

By Hong Son Hoang and Remy Baraille

291

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3. Applications of the H-Principle of Mathematical Modelling

By Agnar Höskuldsson

339

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4. Signal Optimal Smoothing by Means of Spectral Analysis

By Guido Travaglini

316

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5. Information‐Theoretic Clustering and Algorithms

By Toshio Uchiyama

336

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6. Gamma-Kumaraswamy Distribution in Reliability Analysis: Properties and Applications

By Indranil Ghosh and Gholamhossein G. Hamedani

329

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7. Nonlinear Transformations and Radar Detector Design

By Graham V. Weinberg

348

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8. Distributions and Composite Models for Size-Type Data

By Yves Dominicy and Corinne Sinner

283

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9. Modelling Limit Order Book Volume Covariance Structures

By Andrija Mihoci

380

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10. A Practical Approach to Evaluating the Economic and Technical Feasibility of LED Luminaires

By Sean Schmidt and Suzanna Long

279

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11. Validation of Instrument Measuring Continuous Variable in Medicine

By Rafdzah Zaki

387

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12. On Decoding Brain Electrocorticography Data for Volitional Movement Intention Prediction: Theory and On-Chip Implementation

By Mradul Agrawal, Sandeep Vidyashankar and Ke Huang

339

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13. The Usage of Statistical Learning Methods on Wearable Devices and a Case Study: Activity Recognition on Smartwatches

By Serkan Balli and Ensar Arif Sağbas

529

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14. A Statistic Method for Anatomical and Evolutionary Analysis

By Roqueline Ametila e Gloria Martins de Freitas Aversi-Ferreira, Hisao Nishijo and Tales Alexandre Aversi-Ferreira

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15. Descriptive and Inferential Statistics in Undergraduate Data Science Research Projects

By Malcolm J. D’Souza, Edward A. Brandenburg, Derald E. Wentzien, Riza C. Bautista, Agashi P. Nwogbaga, Rebecca G. Miller and Paul E. Olsen

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