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Optimality: The Third Erich L. Lehmann Symposium
Javier Rojo, Editor
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The 3rd Lehmann Symposium was held in May 2007. The papers presented int his volume cover several areas: some of the works consider classical aspects of the discipline and others deal with contemporary aspects of the theory and applications of statistics. Thus, the reader will find a fascinating section dedicated to the subject of optimality. Lehmann, Bahadur and Bickel, and Huber provide excellent discussions on various aspects of optimality. Semiparametric and nonparametric inference, bootstrap tests of hypotheses, functional data analysis, asymptotic theory, adhoc networks, and finance are some of the areas represented in the volume. It has been a goal of the Symposium to have a probability component.

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Stochastics: A Festschrift for Priscilla Greenwood
Nick Bingham, Igor Estigneev, Editors
Not available electronically.
This volume includes the articles written in honor of Priscilla Greenwood.

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56 
PacBayesian Supervised Classification: The Thermodynamics of Statistical Learning
Olivier Catoni
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This monograph deals with adaptive supervised classification, using tools borrowed from statistical mechanics and information theory, stemming from the PACBayesian approach pioneered by David McAllester and applied to a conception of statistical learning theory forged by Vladimir Vapnik.

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Asymptotics: Particles, Processes and Inverse Problems
Eric A. Cator, Geurt Jongbloed, Cor Kraaikamp, Hendrik P. Lopuhaä, Jon A. Wellner, Editors
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At the occasion of the official retirement of Piet Groeneboom as professor
of statistics at Delft University of Technology and the VU University in
Amsterdam, a workshop was held in Leiden in July 2006. This volume contains
papers presented at that workshop as well as other contributions. A wide
field of research is covered, reflecting Piet’s broad interest. The main
theme is Asymptotics, in particular related to interacting particle
systems, stochastic processes and shape constrained estimation, as often
encountered in inverse problems. The reader can, however, also find papers
on other more or less related subjects.

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Complex datasets and inverse problems: Tomography, Networks and Beyond
Regina Liu, William Strawderman, CunHui Zhang, Editors
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This book is a collection of papers dedicated to the memory of Yehuda Vardi. Yehuda was the chair of the Department of Statistics of Rutgers University when he passed away unexpectedly on January 13, 2005. On October 21–22, 2005, some 150 leading scholars from many different fields, including statistics, telecommunications, biomedical engineering, bioinformatics, biostatistics and epidemiology, gathered at Rutgers in a conference in his honor. This conference was on “Complex Datasets and Inverse Problems: Tomography, Networks, and Beyond,” and was organized by the editors. The present collection includes research work presented at the conference, as well as contributions from Yehuda’s colleagues. The theme of the conference was networks and other important and emerging areas of research involving incomplete data and statistical inverse problems.

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53 
Multivariate Statistics. A Vector Space Approach
Morris L. Eaton
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The purpose of this book is to present a version of multivariate statistical theory in which vector space and invariance methods replace, to a large extent, more
traditional multivariate methods. The book is a text. Over the past ten years, various versions have been used for graduate multivariate courses at the University of
Chicago, the University of Copenhagen, and the University of Minnesota. Designed
for a one year lecture course or for independent study, the book contains a full
complement of problems and problem solutions.

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Time Series and Related Topics. In Memory of ChingZong Wei
HwaiChung Ho, ChingKang Ing, Tze Leung Lai, Editors
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A major research area of ChingZong Wei (1949–2004) was time series
models and their applications in econometrics and engineering, to
which he made many important contributions. A conference on time
series and related topics in memory of him was held on December
12–14, 2005, at Academia Sinica in Taipei, where he was Director of
the Institute of Statistical Science from 1993 to 1999. Of the
fortytwo speakers at the conference, twenty contributed to this
volume.

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High Dimensional Probability
Evarist Giné, Vladimir Koltchinskii, Wenbo Li, Joel Zinn, Editors
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The volume includes papers presented at the IVth International
Conference on High Dimensional Probability. This area of probability
deals with a variety of techniques (randomization, decoupling, generic
chaining,
measure concentration, exponential inequalities and series representations)
that originated in Probability in Banach
Spaces and are now expanding in several areas of Mathematics,
Statistics and Machine Learning.

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Recent Developments in Nonparametric Inference and Probability
Jiayang Sun, Anirban DasGupta, Vince Melfi, Connie Page, Editors
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There have been extensive developments recently in modern nonparametric inference and modeling. Nonparametric and semiparametric methods are especially useful with large amounts of data that are now routinely collected in many areas of science. Probability and stochastic modeling are also playing major new roles in scientific applications. This refereed special volume highlights challenges and developments at this interface of statistics, probability and the sciences, and honors Michael B. Woodroofe for his pioneering contributions to nonparametric inference and probability.

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Optimality: The Second Erich L. Lehmann Symposium
Javier Rojo, Editor
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The volume presents a collection of refereed papers
dealing with the issue of optimality in several areas
including: multiple testing, transformation models,
competing risks, regression trees, density estimation,
copulas, and robustness.

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48 
Dynamics and Stochastics: Festschrift in honor of M.S. Keane
Dee Denteneer, Frank Den Hollander, Evgeny Verbitskiy, Editors
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This volume contains 29 contributions by Mike’s closest colleagues
covering a broad range of topics in Dynamics and Stochastics.

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47 
Recent Developments in Multiple Comparison Procedures
Y. Benjamini, F. Bretz and S. Sarkar, Editors
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This volume is based on the NSFCBMS Conference in Mathematical Sciences “New Horizons in Multiple Comparison Procedures” held in August 2001at Temple University, Philadelphia, with Yosef Hochberg as the key speaker. The conference was organized in response to the sudden upsurge of research that has taken place in the area of multiple comparisons. A number of newer ideas have emerged from the recent research activities that could generate a steady stream of new research. This volume is a collection of 11 papers, covering a broad range of topics in Multiple Comparisons, which were invited for the conference. The goal of this volume is to gain deeper understanding of these ideas and to promote further research activities in this area.

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46 
Stein’s Method: Expository Lectures and Applications
Persi Diaconis and Susan Holmes, Editors
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Stein’s method is one of the most powerful tools for proving limit
theorems with sharp, explicit errors for complex dependent problems.
It is curiously hard to grasp how and why it works since it avoids both
characteristic functions and higher moments.
This book consists of tutorial and survey papers aimed at teaching
Stein’s method to non specialists. The book provides a self contained
development with motivation and full proofs.
As a unifying theme, all papers use Stein’s approach of exchangeable
pairs. In addition to the usual Poisson and Normal approximations the book
gives applications to convergence of Markov chains on finite state spaces,
to birth and death chains and to empirical process convergence for the
bootstrap.
One novel feature is the development of Stein’s method as an adjunct to
simulation via Monte Carlo. Usually, the identities underlying the method
give an explicit error term which is bounded. With the present version
using exchangeable pairs, the error is given
as an explicit expectation for the reversible Markov chain. It can thus be
easily simulated to give improvements to classical approximations.
The authors of various chapters, Persi Diaconis, Jason Fulman, Gesine
Reinert, Susan Holmes, Mark Huber and Charles Stein have used common
notation and worked together to achieve a unified treatment.

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45 
A Festschrift to Honor Herman Rubin
Anirban Dasgupta, Editor
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This volume is a collection of 32 original papers and two biographical accounts put together as a Festschrift to Herman Rubin to honor his diverse and many deep contributions to mathematical sciences over more than 50 years. The topics of the original articles touch on the main themes in which Professor Rubin has contributed, as well as other topics of intense current activity. This volume contains innovative new methodological articles on cluster analysis, goodness of fit, likelihood inference, classification algorithms, and meta analysis. On the purely theoretical side, there are a number of comprehensive review articles on fractional Brownian motion, stochastic integration, de Finetti theorems, admissibility, and estimation under constraints. Each of these review articles provides readable glimpses into the current state of the art. Some notable classic unsolved problems in number theory and random permutations provide attractive additions to the interesting landscape of this volume.

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44 
The
First Erich L. Lehmann Symposium – Optimality
Javier
Rojo and Victor PérezAbreu, Editors
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The
First Erich L. Lehmann Symposium was held in Guanajuato,
México during May 2002, hosted by the Centro
de Investigaciones Matemáticas (CIMAT). The
goal of this series of symposia is to examine the role
that Optimality can play, or should play, in modern
statistics. The articles presented here are a subset
of all the papers presented during the Symposium. All
papers have been refereed.

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43 
Crossing
Boundaries: Statistical Essays in Honor of Jack Hall
John
E Kolassa and David Oakes, Editors
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The
manuscripts in this volume represent some of the research
presented at The Symposium in Honor of the 70th Birthday
of W. Jackson Hall This conference was held on September
2526, 1999, at the University of Rochester in Rochester,
New York. This work reflects Jack’s interest in many areas
of mathematical statistics, including reliability, decision
theory, randomization tests, sequential analysis, largesample
theory, semiparametric inference, Bayesian methods and
ROC curve analysis. Applications are given to a wide variety
of disciplines, including medical device trials, health
care resource management, oncology, data mining and information
processing.

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42 
Mathematical
Statistics and Applications: Festschrift for Constance
van Eeden
Marc
Moore, Sorana Froda and Christian Léger, Editors
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This
special volume was prepared to honor the 75th birthday
of Constance van Eeden. It contains 28 original papers
and the list of authors includes more than 20 IMS Fellows.
Many papers offer contributions to two areas where Constance
van Eeden made major contributions, namely nonparametric
statistics and decision theory. The other areas covered
include various problems of statistical theory and probability,
dependent data modeling, censoring, and various statistical
applications.

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Probability,
Statistics and their Applications: Papers in Honor of
Rabi Bhattacharya
Eds.
Krishna Athreya, Mukul Majumdar, Madan Puri, Edward Waymire
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This
volume honoring Professor Rabi Bhattacharya contains research
contributions to a broad range of topics from a distinguished
group of probabilists and statisticians. The areas covered
include time series, stochastic differential equations,
fractional Brownian motion, Levy Processes, iterated random
maps and statistical inference. Several of the articles
concern applications of these areas to economics, mathematical
finance, population ecology, and mathematical physics.
Apart from being a useful reference on contemporary research,
the present volume could also be used in graduate seminars
to expose students to current research on some exciting
topics in probability, statistics and their applications.

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Science
and Statistics: A Festschrift for Terry Speed
Darlene
R. Goldstein, Editor
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This
special volume has been compiled to honor Terry Speed.
It contains contributions offered by his colleagues
and students on such diverse topics as probability,
algebraic experimental design, generalized linear models,
statistical education, and assorted applications, including
the US census, fire risk assessment, and genetics.

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39 
R.R. Bahadur’s Lectures on the Theory of Estimation
S.M. Stigler, WH Wong, D. Xu
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The ten weeks lectures began with a review of the geometry
of L2 function spaces and covered Bayes estimates, unbiased
estimation, Fisher information, CramerRao bounds, and
the theory of maximum likelihood estimation.

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38 
Model Selection
P. Lahiri, Editor
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This special volume contains four long review papers on
model selection written by (i) C. R. Rao and Y. Wu (ii)
H. Chipman, E. I. George and R. E. McCulloch (iii) J.
O. Berger and L. R. Pericchi (iv) B. Efron and A. Gous.
This special volume originates from a conference that
was held in Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.A., during March 2426,
1999. It is not a volume of conference proceedings but
it provides an excellent overview of model selection from
the perspective of a few experts in the field.

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37 
Selected Proceedings of the Symposium on Inference for
Stochastic Processes
Edited by: I. V. Basawa, C. C. Heyde and R. L. Taylor
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Selected proceedings of a symposium held in May 2000 at
the University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. The symposium
was cosponsored by the Institute of Mathematical Statistics
and was a satellite meeting of the Fifth World Congress
of the Bernoulli Society. This volume contains twenty
papers by eminent scholars in addition to an overview
article by the editors. The papers are divided into eight
sections: 1. Introduction, 2. Stochastic Models: General,
3. Time Series, 4. Population Genetics, 5. Semiparametric
Inference, 6. Estimating Functions, 7. Spatial Models,
8. Perfect Simulation.

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36 
State of the Art in Probability & Statistics Festschrift
for Willem R. van Zwet
Edited
by Mathisca de Gunst, Chris Klaassen & Aad van der
Vaart
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The volume contains the proceedings of the symposium that
was held on the same occasion, in Leiden, March 2326,
1999, plus thirteen other papers, giving a total of 33
papers, reflecting Willem’s broad interest. The
reader will, for instance, find papers on asymptotic expansions,
the bootstrap, Brownian sheets, estimation of analytic
functions, Markov spatial processes, order statistics,
limit theorems, quantum statistics, decision theory, change
point theory, earthquake point process data, and the
history of statistics. The papers were written in honor
of Willem van Zwet (University of Leiden / EURANDOM) on
the occasion of his 65th birthday.

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Game Theory, Optimal Stopping, Probability and Statistics
Edited
by F. Thomas Bruss & Lucien Le Cam
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This special volume has been written to honor Professor
Thomas S. Ferguson of the University of California at
Los Angeles on the occasion of his 70th birthday. Edited
by Bruss (ULB, Brussels) and Le Cam (UC, Berkeley).
Most papers are in areas in which Ferguson has played
an important role . The reader will find papers on game
theory (on Amazons, on the square root game, on games
against prophets, and on randomized distributions), on
problems of optimal stopping (secretary problems, optimal
control, selecting monotone subsequences, and on lattices
with applications to martingale theory), but also on maximumlikelihood,
on density estimates in a metric space, as well as on
probability topics such as boundary crossing probabilities,
efficient coupling, and the almost sure number of pairwise
sums of random integer subsets.

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New
Developments and Applications in Experimental Design
Edited
by Nancy Flournoy, William F. Rosenberger, and Weng Kee
Wong
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Selected proceedings of a 1997 Joint AMSIMSSIAM Summer
Conference. The 16 papers in this volume fall into
broad categories: population genetics, evolutionary genetics,
protein structure, genetic mechanisms, quantitative genetics,
human genetics, and sequence motifs. While some of these
areas have long benefited from statistical input, others
are new statistical ventures. These papers represent a
sample of applications of Statistics to the fields of
Molecular Biology and Genetics.

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Statistics
in Molecular Biology and Genetics
Edited
by F. SeillierMoiseiwitsch
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This volume contains selected papers presented at the
Joint Summer Research Conference in the Mathematical Sciences
on this topic held at the University of Washington in
Seattle, from June 22 to June 26, 1997, under the auspices
of the IMS, AMS, and SIAM.

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32 
Selected
Proceedings of the Symposium on Estimating Functions
Edited
by I.V. Basawa, V.P. Godambe, and R.L. Taylor
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This volume contains selected papers from the Symposium
on Estimating Functions which was held at the University
of Georgia from March 21, 1996 to March 23, 1996.
The volume contains 29 papers on a broad spectrum of topics
by distinguished scholars preceded by an editorial overview.
The main theme of the Symposium can be described as “Statistics
at a Juncture of a Synthesis” between the least squares
methodology and the likelihood inference. The papers included
in this volume represent the current state of the art
on both the theory and applications of estimating functions.
The applications include econometrics, time series, spatial
statistics and geostatistics, biostatistics, queuing models.
And Markov chains, among others.

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L1Statistical Procedures and Related Topics
Edited
by Yadolah Dodge
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This volume contains papers that discuss recent developments
in many fields of statistical data analysis using the
L1 methods, from an International Conference based on
the L1 Norm and Related Methods that was held in Neuchatel,
Switzerland, from August 1115, 1997.

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30 
Statistics,
Probability and Game Theory: Papers in Honor of David
Blackwell
Edited
by T.S. Ferguson, L.S. Shapley, and J.B. MacQueen
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This volume has been created to honor Professor David
Blackwell of the University of California at Berkeley
by his students, colleagues, friends and admirers. Most
of the papers of this volume are on topics connected with
areas which Blackwell has played a major role.

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Bayesian
Robustness
Edited by J.O. Berger, B. Betro, E. Moreno, L.R. Pericchi,
F. Ruggeri, G. Slinetti, and L. Wasserman
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This volume contains the Proceedings of the Second International
Workshop on Bayesian Robustness held in Rimini, Italy,
from May 2225, 1995. With fourteen invited papers (with
Discussion) and seven contributed papers, all refereed,
this volume spans a variety of topics including the latest
theoretical developments, methodology and applications.
Among the topics are: hierarchical models, model selections,
clinical trials, large sample theory, time series, and
speech and audio signal analysis, all treated in the context
of robustness.

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Distributions with Fixed Marginals and Related Topics
Ludger
Ruschendorf, Berthold Schweizer, and Michael D. Taylor
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These are the proceeding of the conference on “Distributions
with Fixed Marginals, Doubly Stochastic Measures, and
Markov Operators” held August 15, 1993, at the University
of Washington in Seattle under the auspices of the AMS,
IMS, and Siam. This conference was the sequel to an earlier
“Symposium on Distributions with Given Marginals
(Frechet Classes)” held in Rome in 1990 and organized
by the Department of Statistics of the University La Sapienza,
Rome, Italy.

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Analysis of Censored Data
Edited
by H.L. Koul and J.V. Deshpande
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This volume contains papers that discuss the consistency
of the posterior distributions under nonparametric setting,
efficient estimation under interval censoring and use
of graphic methods in analyzing randomly censored data,
from an international Workshop On Analysis of Censored
Data that was held in Pune, India.

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26 
Stochastic Differential Equations in Infinite Dimensional
Spaces
G.
Kallianpur and J. Xiong
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This volume is an expanded bersion of the 1993 Barret
Lectures delivered by Professor Gopinath Kallianpur at
the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

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Adaptive
Designs
Edited by Nancy Flournoy and William F. Rosenberger
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This volume contains 20 papers whose topics include twoarm
clinical trials, adaptive doseresponse designs for quantile
estimation and maximizing survival in the presence of
opposing hazard functions, linear models, multinomial
models, quality control and group testing.

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Multivariate Analysis and Its Applications
Edited
by T.W. Anderson, K.T. Fang and I. Olkin
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This volume, based on an International Symposium held
at Hong Kong Baptist College in 1992, presents work of
many major figures in the theory of Multivariate Analysis
and Highlights important recent trends in applications.

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Changepoint
Problems
Edited by H.G. Mueller and D. Siegmund
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Based on the AMSIMSSIAM Summer Research Conference on
“Change point Problems” at Mount Holyoke College,
this volume contains 28 papers covering a wide range of
changepoint problems and theory.

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Stochastic Inequalities
Edited
by Moshe Shaked and Y.L. Tong
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This volume is a collection of papers based on the lectures
given at the joint IMSASASIAM Summer Research Conference
on Stochastic Inequalities, July 1991.

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Weighted
Empiricals and Linear Models
Hira
L. Koul
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This monograph explores the usefulness of weighted empirical
processes in studying linear regression and autoregression
models.

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Spatial
Statistics and Imaging
Edited by A. Passolo
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Proceedings of the Joint IMSASASIAM Summer Research
Conference on Spatial Statistics and Imaging, held in
Brunswick, Maine, June, 1988.

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Stochastic Orders and Decision Under Risk
K.
Mosler and M.Scarsini
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A selection of papers presented at the International Workshop
on Stochastic Orders and Decision Under Risk, held in
Hamburg, May 1989.

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Selected Proceedings of the Sheffield Symposium on Applied
Probability
I.V.
Basawa and R.L. Taylor
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Proceedings of the Symposium on Applied Probability, held
in Sheffield, August 1989.

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Current Issues in Statistical Inference: Essays in Honor
of D. Basu
M.
Ghosh and P.K. Pathak
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A festschrift volume dedicated to D. Basu on the occasion
of his 65th birthday. Narrative papers by friends an colleagues
review areas of statistics that interested Basu most during
his active career.

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Topics
in Statistical Dependence
H.W.
Block, A.R. Sampson, and T.H. Savits
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Proceedings of the Symposium on Dependence in Probability
and Statistics, held in Somerset, Pennsylvania, August
1987.

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Analytical Statistical Models
Ib
M. Skovgaard
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An introduction to analytic statistical models.

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Invariant Measure on Group and Their Use in Statistics
Robert A. Wijsman
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A discussion of distributions in statistical models with
groups of invariance transformations.

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Small
Sample Asymptotics
Christopher A. Field and Elvezio Ronchetti
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This monograph provides coherent development of the ideas
and techniques of small sample asymptotics. The authors
aim to obtain asymptotic expansions which give accurate
results for small sample sizes n, even down to n=1.

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An Introduction to Continuity, Extrema, and Related Topics
for General Gaussian Processes
Robert J. Adler
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This monograph provides a general and abstract introduction
to the theory of sample path properties of Gaussian processes
based on concepts such as entropy and majorising measures.

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Group Representations in Probability and Statistics
Persi
W. Diaconis
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These expanded lecture notes delve into the uses of group
theory, particularly noncommunicative Fourier analysis,
in probability and statistics.

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Differential Geometry in Statistical Inference
S.I.
Amari, O.E. BarndorffNielsen, R.E. Kass, S.L. Lauritzen,
and C.R. Rao
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The papers collected in this volume present, in a concise
yet comprehensive form, several major developments in
research on differential geometry in statistics.

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Fundamentals of Statistical Exponential Families
Lawrence
D. Brown
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This monograph presents a systematic treatment of the
analytical an probabilistic properties of exponential
families.

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Adaptive Statistical Procedures and Related Topics
Edited
by John Van Ryzin
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Proceedings of the Symposium on Adaptive Statistical Procedures
and Related Topics, held at Brookhaven National Laboratory,
June 1985.

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Approximate Computation of Expectations
Charles
Stein
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This monograph presents and abstract approach to the approximate
computation of expectations.

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The Likelihood Principle
James O. Berger and Robert L. Wolpert
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This monograph presents a discussion and generalization
of the likelihood principle and examines its implications
for statistical inference.

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Inequalities in Statistics and Probability
Y.L.
Tong
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Proceeding of the Symposium on Inequalities in Statistics
and Probability, held in Lincoln, Nebraska, October 1982.
This volume contains 30 research papers, some of them
concentrating on models in fields of application in which
inequalities are of particular value since exact results
are not available.

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Zonal Polynomials
Akimichi
Takemura
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This simplified and selfcontained development of zonal
polynomials uses only the standard tools of multinariate
normal distribution theory and linear algebra. Zonal polynomials
are widely used in evaluating the power of statistical
tests in the field of multivariate analysis.

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Empirical Processes
Peter
Gaenssler
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This monogragh presents a thorough and detailed description
of the topics in the area of empirical processes. Several
portions of the material are new and highquality research
that should be of interest to researchers and graduate
students in probability, statistics, and mathematics.

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Survival Analyses
John
Crowley and Richard A. Johnson
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Proceedings of the Special Topics Meeting sponsored by
the Institute, held in Columbus, Ohio, October 1981. This
was an interdisciplinary conference of researcher interested
in the analysis of life length from both reliability and
biomedical points of view.

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Essays on the Prediction Process
Frank B. Knight
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Four essays on various aspects of continuoustime random
processes present an approach that provides broad unification
of concepts and wide applicability of results.

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