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Empirical processes with applications to statistics

Galen R. Shorack

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Published
**2009**
by Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics in Philadelphia
.

Written in English

- Mathematical statistics,
- Distribution (Probability theory),
- Random variables

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Galen R. Shorack, Jon A. Wellner. |

Series | Classics in applied mathematics -- 59, Classics in applied mathematics -- 59. |

Contributions | Wellner, Jon A., 1945- |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA276 .S483 2009 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xli, 956 p. : |

Number of Pages | 956 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL23980248M |

ISBN 10 | 0898716845 |

ISBN 10 | 9780898716849 |

LC Control Number | 2009025143 |

tional distinction between empirical processes and partial-sum processes, bringing both closer to the theory for sums of independent random elements in Banach space. In these notes, however, I will concentrate on problems and methods that are usually identified as belonging to empirical process theory. Empirical Processes with Applications to Statistics (wiley Series in Probability and Mathematical Statistics) @inproceedings{JeffreyEmpiricalPW, title={Empirical Processes with Applications to Statistics (wiley Series in Probability and Mathematical Statistics)}, author={Alan Jeffrey and Galen R. Shorack and J. A. Wellner}, year={} }.

The goal of this book is to introduce statisticians, and other researchers with a background in mathematical statistics, to empirical processes and semiparametric inference. Empirical Processes. Empirical Processes. Theory and Applications. By: The aim has been to introduce just enough technique to handle typical nontrivial asymptotic problems in statistics and econometrics. The four substantial examples that represent the applications part of the lectures do not exhaust the possible uses for the theory; they.

Originally published in , this valuable reference provides a detailed treatment of limit theorems and inequalities for empirical processes of real-valued random variables. It also includes applications of the theory to censored data, spacings, rank statistics, quantiles, and many functionals of empirical processes, including a treatment of bootstrap methods, and a . The aim of this book is to introduce statisticians, and researchers with a background in statistics, to empirical processes and semiparametric inference. It contains three parts.

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It also includes applications of the theory to censored data, spacings, rank statistics, quantiles, and many functionals of empirical processes, including a treatment of bootstrap methods, and a summary of inequalities that are useful for proving limit by: We consider the empirical process per se, as well as applications to tests of fit, bootstrapping, linear combinations of order statistics, rank tests, spacings, censored data, and so on.

Many of the classical results for sums of iid rv's have analogs for empirical processes, and many of these analogs are now available in best possible form. Absolutely awesome. It is a classic textbook for empirical processes. This book along with asymptotic statistics by the same author should be in any statisticians shelf.

Very well written and clear. Goes through a lot of nice state of the art topics that Cited by: Part 1 of the book, Stochastic Convergence, gives an exposition of such a theory following the ideas of J.

Hoffmann-J!1Jrgensen and R. Dudley. A second goal is to use the weak convergence theory background devel oped in Part 1 to present an account of major components of the modern theory of empirical processes indexed by classes of sets.

Get this from a library. Empirical processes with applications to statistics. [Galen R Shorack; Jon A Wellner] -- A thorough treatment of the theory of empirical processes, with emphasis on real random variable processes as well as a wide-ranging selection of applications in statistics.

NSF-CBMS Regional Conference Series in Probability and Statistics Volume 2 EMPIRICAL PROCESSES: THEORY AND APPLICATIONS David Pollard Yale University. The book consists of three parts. The ﬁrst part is an overview which concisely covers the basic concepts in both empirical processes and semi-parametric inference, while avoiding many technicalities.

The second part is devoted to empirical processes, while the third part is devoted to semi-parametric eﬃciency and Size: 1MB. During the last 15 years, the need for a more general theory allowing random elements that are not Borel measurable has become well established, particularly in developing the theory of empirical processes.

Part 1 of the book, Stochastic Convergence, gives an exposition of such a theory following the ideas of J. Hoffmann-J!1Jrgensen and R. A thorough treatment of the theory of empirical processes, with emphasis on real random variable processes as well as a wide-ranging selection of applications in statistics.

It also includes applications of the theory to censored data, spacings, rank statistics, quantiles, and many functionals of empirical processes, including a treatment of bootstrap methods, and a summary of inequalities that are useful for proving limit theorems/5(5).

The study of the empirical process and the empirical distribution function is one of the major continuing themes in the historical development of mathematical statistics.

The applications are. In probability theory, an empirical process is a stochastic process that describes the proportion of objects in a system in a given state. For a process in a discrete state space a population continuous time Markov chain or Markov population model is a process which counts the number of objects in a given state (without rescaling).

In mean field theory, limit theorems (as the. Originally published inthis valuable reference provides a detailed treatment of limit theorems and inequalities for empirical processes of real-valued random variables; applications of the theory to censored data, spacings, rank statistics, quantiles, and many functionals of empirical processes, including a treatment of bootstrap methods; and a.

The weak convergence theory developed in Part 1 is important for this, simply because the empirical processes studied in Part 2, Empirical Processes, are naturally viewed as taking values in nonseparable Banach spaces, even in the most.

Here is the first book to summarize a broad cross-section of the large volume of literature available on one-dimensional empirical processes. Presents a thorough treatment of the theory of empirical processes, with emphasis on real random variable processes as well as a wide-ranging selection of applications in statistics.

This book explores weak convergence theory and empirical processes and their applications to many applications in statistics.

Part one reviews stochastic convergence in its various forms. Part two offers the theory of empirical processes in a form accessible to statisticians and probabilists/5.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(2). This book explores weak convergence theory and empirical processes and their applications to many applications in statistics.

Part one reviews stochastic convergence in its various forms. Part two offers the theory of empirical processes in a form accessible to statisticians and probabilists/5(6). Selected parts of empirical process theory, with applications to mathematical statistics.

The book describes the combinatorial ideas needed to prove maximal inequalities for empirical processes indexed by classes of sets or classes of functions. ( views).

This book tries to do three things. The first goal is to give an exposition of certain modes of stochastic convergence, in particular convergence in distribution. The classical theory of this subject was developed mostly in the s and is well summarized in Billingsley ().

During the last 15 years, the need for a more general theory allowing random elements that. van der Vaart A, Wellner J () Weak convergence and empirical processes: with applications to statistics. Springer, New York zbMATH Google Scholar Vapnik VN, Červonenkis AJa () On the uniform convergence of relative frequencies of .EMPIRICAL PROCESSES: Theory and Applications Jon A.

Wellner University of Washington Statistics, Box Seattle, WA [email protected] (visiting Delft University and Vrije Unversiteit Amsterdam)File Size: KB.has mean 0 and variance 1 for each fixed value of t; hence it is called the normalized uniform empirical process.

We note from Chibisov's theorem (Theorem ) that ⇒ fails for ℤ n and from James's theorem (Theorem ) that ⇝ fails for ℤ n / b n; but in both cases, the function I (1 − I) “just missed.”. In this chapter we will consider the rate at which ℤ n blows up.