Ricardo López-Ruiz

University of Zaragoza

Ricardo López-Ruiz, MS, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science and Systems Engineering, Faculty of Science, University of Zaragoza, Spain. He is also an associate researcher in Complex Systems at the School of Mathematics, University of Zaragoza. Previously, he worked as a lecturer at the University of Navarra, the Public University of Navarra, and UNED Calatayud, all in Spain. He completed his postdoc with Prof. Yves Pomeau at the École Normale Supérieure, Paris, France, and with Prof. Gabriel Mindlin at the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina. His areas of interest include statistical complexity and nonlinear models, chaotic maps and applications, multiagent systems, econophysics, big data, and artificial intelligence techniques.

Ricardo López-Ruiz

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Nature evolves mainly in a statistical way. Different strategies, formulas, and conformations are continuously confronted in the natural processes. Some of them are selected and then the evolution continues with a new loop of confrontation for the next generation of phenomena and living beings. Failings are corrected without a previous program or design. The new options generated by different statistical and random scenarios lead to solutions for surviving the present conditions. This is the general panorama for all scrutiny levels of the life cycles. Over three sections, this book examines different statistical questions and techniques in the context of machine learning and clustering methods, the frailty models used in survival analysis, and other studies of statistics applied to diverse problems.

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