6 edition of **Computational statistics** found in the catalog.

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Published
**2005** by Wiley-Interscience in Hoboken, N.J, [Chichester] .

Written in English

- Mathematical statistics -- Data processing.

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references (p. 379-406) and index.

Statement | Geof H. Givens, Jennifer A. Hoeting. |

Series | Wiley series in probability and statistics |

Contributions | Hoeting, Jennnifer A. 1966- |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA276.4 .G58 2005 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xix, 418 p. : |

Number of Pages | 418 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL3438378M |

ISBN 10 | 0471461245 |

LC Control Number | 2005297238 |

OCLC/WorldCa | 56538617 |

The book also contains many exercises that substantiate the concepts, with solutions and hints in the appendix, an extensive bibliography, and a link to further literature and notes. James E. The book assumes an intermediate background in mathematics, computing, and applied and theoretical statistics. The book assumes an intermediate background in mathematics, computing, and applied and theoretical statistics. James E.

Building on the first chapters on numerical computations and algorithm design, the following chapters cover the main areas of statistical numerical analysis, that is, approximation of functions, numerical quadrature, numerical linear algebra, solution of nonlinear equations, optimization, and random number generation. This part describes arithmetic in digital computers and how the nature of digital computations affects algorithms used in statistical methods. The third and fourth parts of the book cover methods of computational statistics, including Monte Carlo methods, randomization and cross validation, the bootstrap, probability density estimation, and statistical learning. The book also would be very useful to engineers and scientists who are well trained in statistics.

About the authors James E. There are exercises provided for each chapter together with some solutions. These ideas are illustrated on common statistical models, including the multiple linear regression model, the hierarchical mean model, the logistic regression model, and the proportional hazards model. Navy as an operations research analyst and a computer scientist. Computational inference is based on an approach to statistical methods that uses modern computational power to simulate distributional properties of estimators and test statistics. Her research interests include text data mining, probability density estimation, signal processing, scientific visualization, and statistical pattern recognition.

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Building on the first chapters on numerical computations and algorithm design, the following chapters cover the main areas of statistical numerical analysis, that is, approximation of functions, numerical quadrature, numerical linear algebra, solution of nonlinear equations, optimization, and random number generation.

Review Text From the reviews: "This is a book that covers many of the computational issues that statisticians will encounter as part of their research and applied work. Seltman - Carnegie Mellon University This book is intended as required reading material for the course Experimental Design for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, a second level statistics course for undergraduate students in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences This is an excellent first edition of a text that I hope to use the next time I teach a statistical computing course.

The first part of the book, consisting of a single long chapter, reviews this background material while introducing computationally-intensive exploratory data analysis and computational inference.

The target readership includes undergraduates, postgraduates in statistics and allied fields such as computer science and mathematics, scientific research workers, and practitioners of statistics and numerical techniques. Computational inference is based on an approach to statistical methods that uses modern computational power to simulate distributional properties of estimators and test statistics.

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The definition of what is meant by statistics and statistical analysis has changed considerably over the last few decades. Here are two contrasting definitions of what statistics is, from eminent professors in the field, some 60+ years apart: "Statistics is the branch of scientific method which deals with the data obtained by counting or.

Computational inference has taken its place alongside asymptotic inference and exact techniques in the standard collection of statistical methods. Computational inference is based on an approach to statistical methods that uses modern computational power to simulate distributional properties of estimators and test statistics.

This book describes computationally-intensive statistical methods in. If you have never studied statistics, I think this book is a good place to start. And if you have taken a traditional statistics class, I hope this book will help repair the damage. | Allen B. Downey is a Professor of Computer Science at the Franklin W.

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