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#### Applied Parameter Estimation for Chemical Engineers

CRC Press 2000; US$ 275.00Formulation of the parameter estimation problem; computation of parameters in linear models-linear regression; Gauss-Newton method for algebraic models; other nonlinear regression methods for algebraic models; Gauss-Newton method for ordinary differential equation (ODE) models; shortcut estimation methods for ODE models; practical guidelines for algorithm... more...

#### Case Studies in Spatial Point Process Modeling

Springer-Verlag New York Inc 2006; US$ 169.00Spatial point processes are complex stochastic models that describe the locations of "interesting" events, and (possibly) some information about each event. This book is focused on case studies. more...

#### Counting Processes and Survival Analysis

Wiley 2011; US$ 163.00THOMAS R. FLEMING, PhD, is Professor and Chairman of Biostatistics at the University of Washington. DAVID P. HARRINGTON, PhD, is Professor of Biostatistics at the Harvard School of Public Health. more...

#### Fractal-Based Point Processes

Wiley 2005; US$ 167.00An integrated approach to fractals and point processes This publication provides a complete and integrated presentation of the fields of fractals and point processes, from definitions and measures to analysis and estimation. The authors skillfully demonstrate how fractal-based point processes, established as the intersection of these two fields,... more...

#### The Gaussian Approximation Potential

Springer 2010; US$ 129.00Simulation of materials at the atomistic level is an important tool in studying microscopic structures and processes. The atomic interactions necessary for the simulations are correctly described by Quantum Mechanics, but the size of systems and the length of processes that can be modelled are still limited. The framework of Gaussian Approximation... more...

#### The Generic Chaining

Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG 2006; US$ 169.00The fundamental question of characterizing continuity and boundedness of Gaussian processes goes back to Kolmogorov. After essential contributions by R. Dudley and X. Fernique, it was solved by the author in 1985. This advance was followed by a great improvement of our understanding of the boundedness of other fundamental classes of processes (empirical... more...

#### An Introduction to the Theory of Point Processes 2

Springer 2005; US$ 169.00Sets out the basic theory of random measures and point processes. This volume covers the topics of: limit theorems, ergodic theory, Palm theory, and evolutionary behaviour via martingales and conditional intensity. It also includes discussions of marked point processes, convergence to equilibrium, and the structure of spatial point processes. more...

#### Large Deviations for Gaussian Queues

Wiley 2007; US$ 156.00Michel Mandjes , Centre for Mathematics and Computer Science (CWI) Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and Professor, Faculty of Engineering, University of Twente. At CWI Mandjes is a senior researcher and Director of the Advanced Communications Network group. He has published for 60 papers on queuing theory, networks, scheduling, and pricing of networks. more...

#### Lectures on Gaussian Processes

Springer 2012; US$ 49.95Gaussian processes can be viewed as a far-reaching infinite-dimensional extension of classical normal random variables. Their theory presents a powerful range of tools for probabilistic modelling in various academic and technical domains such as Statistics, Forecasting, Finance, Information Transmission, Machine Learning - to mention just a few. The... more...

#### Level Sets and Extrema of Random Processes and Fields

Wiley 2009; US$ 144.00A timely and comprehensive treatment of random field theory with applications across diverse areas of study Level Sets and Extrema of Random Processes and Fields discusses how to understand the properties of the level sets of paths as well as how to compute the probability distribution of its extremal values, which are two general classes of problems... more...