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Kernel Smoothing In Matlab

Author: Ivana Horová
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814405485
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Summary: Offers a comprehensive overview of statistical theory and emphases the implementation of presented methods in Matlab. This title contains various Matlab scripts useful for kernel smoothing of density, cumulative distribution function, regression function, hazard function, indices of quality and bivariate density.

Kernel Smoothing In Matlab

Author: Ivanka Horová
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814405507
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Methods of kernel estimates represent one of the most effective nonparametric smoothing techniques. These methods are simple to understand and they possess very good statistical properties. This book provides a concise and comprehensive overview of statistical theory and in addition, emphasis is given to the implementation of presented methods in Matlab. All created programs are included in a special toolbox which is an integral part of the book. This toolbox contains many Matlab scripts useful for kernel smoothing of density, cumulative distribution function, regression function, hazard function, indices of quality and bivariate density. Specifically, methods for choosing a choice of the optimal bandwidth and a special procedure for simultaneous choice of the bandwidth, the kernel and its order are implemented. The toolbox is divided into six parts according to the chapters of the book. All scripts are included in a user interface and it is easy to manipulate with this interface. Each chapter of the book contains a detailed help for the related part of the toolbox too. This book is intended for newcomers to the field of smoothing techniques and would also be appropriate for a wide audience: advanced graduate, PhD students and researchers from both the statistical science and interface disciplines. Contents:IntroductionUnivariate Kernel Density EstimationKernel Estimation of a Distribution FunctionKernel Estimation and Reliability AssessmentKernel Estimation of a Hazard FunctionKernel Estimation of a Regression FunctionMultivariate Kernel Density Estimation Readership: Advanced graduate students, researchers in mathematics or statistics. Keywords:Kernel;Bandwidth;Density Estimate;Kernel Regression;Hazard FunctionKey Features:Toolbox in MatlabBrief overview of existing methodsDeveloping a new unifying bandwidth selection method

Multivariate Kernel Smoothing And Its Applications

Author: José E. Chacón
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 0429939140
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Kernel smoothing has greatly evolved since its inception to become an essential methodology in the Data Science tool kit for the 21st century. Its widespread adoption is due to its fundamental role for multivariate exploratory data analysis, as well as the crucial role it plays in composite solutions to complex data challenges. Multivariate Kernel Smoothing and Its Applications offers a comprehensive overview of both aspects. It begins with a thorough exposition of the approaches to achieve the two basic goals of estimating probability density functions and their derivatives. The focus then turns to the applications of these approaches to more complex data analysis goals, many with a geometric/topological flavour, such as level set estimation, clustering (unsupervised learning), principal curves, and feature significance. Other topics, while not direct applications of density (derivative) estimation but sharing many commonalities with the previous settings, include classification (supervised learning), nearest neighbour estimation, and deconvolution for data observed with error. For a Data Scientist, each chapter contains illustrative Open Data examples that are analysed by the most appropriate kernel smoothing method. The emphasis is always placed on an intuitive understanding of the data provided by the accompanying statistical visualisations. For a reader wishing to investigate further the details of their underlying statistical reasoning, a graduated exposition to a unified theoretical framework is provided. The algorithms for efficient software implementation are also discussed. José E. Chacón is an associate professor at the Department of Mathematics of the Universidad de Extremadura in Spain. Tarn Duong is a Senior Data Scientist for a start- up which provides short distance carpooling services in France. Both authors have made important contributions to kernel smoothing research over the last couple of decades. Tarn Duong is a Senior Data Scientist for a start-up which provides short distance carpooling services in France. Both authors have made important contributions to kernel smoothing research over the last couple of decades.

Nonparametric Kernel Density Estimation And Its Computational Aspects

Author: Artur Gramacki
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319716883
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This book describes computational problems related to kernel density estimation (KDE) – one of the most important and widely used data smoothing techniques. A very detailed description of novel FFT-based algorithms for both KDE computations and bandwidth selection are presented. The theory of KDE appears to have matured and is now well developed and understood. However, there is not much progress observed in terms of performance improvements. This book is an attempt to remedy this. The book primarily addresses researchers and advanced graduate or postgraduate students who are interested in KDE and its computational aspects. The book contains both some background and much more sophisticated material, hence also more experienced researchers in the KDE area may find it interesting. The presented material is richly illustrated with many numerical examples using both artificial and real datasets. Also, a number of practical applications related to KDE are presented.