Filename: basics-of-modern-mathematical-statistics.pdf
ISBN: 9783642399091
Release Date: 2014-10-25
Number of pages: 296
Author: Vladimir Spokoiny
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online Basics of Modern Mathematical Statistics in PDF and EPUB This textbook provides a unified and self-contained presentation of the main approaches to and ideas of mathematical statistics. It collects the basic mathematical ideas and tools needed as a basis for more serious study or even independent research in statistics. The majority of existing textbooks in mathematical statistics follow the classical asymptotic framework. Yet, as modern statistics has changed rapidly in recent years, new methods and approaches have appeared. The emphasis is on finite sample behavior, large parameter dimensions, and model misspecifications. The present book provides a fully self-contained introduction to the world of modern mathematical statistics, collecting the basic knowledge, concepts and findings needed for doing further research in the modern theoretical and applied statistics. This textbook is primarily intended for graduate and postdoc students and young researchers who are interested in modern statistical methods.

Filename: modern-mathematical-statistics-with-applications.pdf
ISBN: 9781461403913
Release Date: 2011-12-07
Number of pages: 845
Author: Jay L. Devore
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Modern Mathematical Statistics with Applications in PDF and EPUB Modern Mathematical Statistics with Applications, Second Edition strikes a balance between mathematical foundations and statistical practice. In keeping with the recommendation that every math student should study statistics and probability with an emphasis on data analysis, accomplished authors Jay Devore and Kenneth Berk make statistical concepts and methods clear and relevant through careful explanations and a broad range of applications involving real data. The main focus of the book is on presenting and illustrating methods of inferential statistics that are useful in research. It begins with a chapter on descriptive statistics that immediately exposes the reader to real data. The next six chapters develop the probability material that bridges the gap between descriptive and inferential statistics. Point estimation, inferences based on statistical intervals, and hypothesis testing are then introduced in the next three chapters. The remainder of the book explores the use of this methodology in a variety of more complex settings. This edition includes a plethora of new exercises, a number of which are similar to what would be encountered on the actuarial exams that cover probability and statistics. Representative applications include investigating whether the average tip percentage in a particular restaurant exceeds the standard 15%, considering whether the flavor and aroma of Champagne are affected by bottle temperature or type of pour, modeling the relationship between college graduation rate and average SAT score, and assessing the likelihood of O-ring failure in space shuttle launches as related to launch temperature.

Filename: a-modern-introduction-to-probability-and-statistics.pdf
ISBN: 9781846281686
Release Date: 2006-03-30
Number of pages: 488
Author: F.M. Dekking
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online A Modern Introduction to Probability and Statistics in PDF and EPUB Suitable for self study Use real examples and real data sets that will be familiar to the audience Introduction to the bootstrap is included – this is a modern method missing in many other books

Filename: theoretical-statistics.pdf
ISBN: 0387938397
Release Date: 2010-09-08
Number of pages: 538
Author: Robert W. Keener
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Theoretical Statistics in PDF and EPUB Intended as the text for a sequence of advanced courses, this book covers major topics in theoretical statistics in a concise and rigorous fashion. The discussion assumes a background in advanced calculus, linear algebra, probability, and some analysis and topology. Measure theory is used, but the notation and basic results needed are presented in an initial chapter on probability, so prior knowledge of these topics is not essential. The presentation is designed to expose students to as many of the central ideas and topics in the discipline as possible, balancing various approaches to inference as well as exact, numerical, and large sample methods. Moving beyond more standard material, the book includes chapters introducing bootstrap methods, nonparametric regression, equivariant estimation, empirical Bayes, and sequential design and analysis. The book has a rich collection of exercises. Several of them illustrate how the theory developed in the book may be used in various applications. Solutions to many of the exercises are included in an appendix.

Filename: a-course-in-mathematical-statistics-and-large-sample-theory.pdf
ISBN: 9781493940325
Release Date: 2016-08-13
Number of pages: 389
Author: Rabi Bhattacharya
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online A Course in Mathematical Statistics and Large Sample Theory in PDF and EPUB This graduate-level textbook is primarily aimed at graduate students of statistics, mathematics, science, and engineering who have had an undergraduate course in statistics, an upper division course in analysis, and some acquaintance with measure theoretic probability. It provides a rigorous presentation of the core of mathematical statistics. Part I of this book constitutes a one-semester course on basic parametric mathematical statistics. Part II deals with the large sample theory of statistics - parametric and nonparametric, and its contents may be covered in one semester as well. Part III provides brief accounts of a number of topics of current interest for practitioners and other disciplines whose work involves statistical methods.

Filename: basic-statistics.pdf
ISBN: 0198043015
Release Date: 2009-07-15
Number of pages: 344
Author: Rand R. Wilcox
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online Basic Statistics in PDF and EPUB This introductory statistics textbook for non-statisticians covers basic principles, concepts, and methods routinely used in applied research. What sets this text apart is the incorporation of the many advances and insights from the last half century when explaining basic principles. These advances provide a foundation for vastly improving our ability to detect and describe differences among groups and associations among variables and provide a deeper and more accurate sense of when basic methods perform well and when they fail. Assuming no prior training, Wilcox introduces students to basic principles and concepts in a simple manner that makes these advances and insights, as well as standard ideas and methods, easy to understand and appreciate.

Filename: basic-gambling-mathematics.pdf
ISBN: 9781482208931
Release Date: 2014-06-13
Number of pages: 284
Author: Mark Bollman
Publisher: CRC Press

Download and read online Basic Gambling Mathematics in PDF and EPUB Understand the Math Underlying Some of Your Favorite Gambling Games Basic Gambling Mathematics: The Numbers Behind the Neon explains the mathematics involved in analyzing games of chance, including casino games, horse racing, and lotteries. The book helps readers understand the mathematical reasons why some gambling games are better for the player than others. It is also suitable as a textbook for an introductory course on probability. Along with discussing the mathematics of well-known casino games, the author examines game variations that have been proposed or used in actual casinos. Numerous examples illustrate the mathematical ideas in a range of casino games while end-of-chapter exercises go beyond routine calculations to give readers hands-on experience with casino-related computations. The book begins with a brief historical introduction and mathematical preliminaries before developing the essential results and applications of elementary probability, including the important idea of mathematical expectation. The author then addresses probability questions arising from a variety of games, including roulette, craps, baccarat, blackjack, Caribbean stud poker, Royal Roulette, and sic bo. The final chapter explores the mathematics behind "get rich quick" schemes, such as the martingale and the Iron Cross, and shows how simple mathematics uncovers the flaws in these systems.

Filename: statistics-and-data-analysis-for-financial-engineering.pdf
ISBN: 9781493926145
Release Date: 2015-04-21
Number of pages: 719
Author: David Ruppert
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online Statistics and Data Analysis for Financial Engineering in PDF and EPUB The new edition of this influential textbook, geared towards graduate or advanced undergraduate students, teaches the statistics necessary for financial engineering. In doing so, it illustrates concepts using financial markets and economic data, R Labs with real-data exercises, and graphical and analytic methods for modeling and diagnosing modeling errors. These methods are critical because financial engineers now have access to enormous quantities of data. To make use of this data, the powerful methods in this book for working with quantitative information, particularly about volatility and risks, are essential. Strengths of this fully-revised edition include major additions to the R code and the advanced topics covered. Individual chapters cover, among other topics, multivariate distributions, copulas, Bayesian computations, risk management, and cointegration. Suggested prerequisites are basic knowledge of statistics and probability, matrices and linear algebra, and calculus. There is an appendix on probability, statistics and linear algebra. Practicing financial engineers will also find this book of interest.

Filename: modern-mathematical-statistics.pdf
ISBN: 0471607169
Release Date: 1988
Number of pages: 838
Author: Edward J. Dudewicz
Publisher:

Download and read online Modern Mathematical Statistics in PDF and EPUB At one time, the term statistics was used simply to refer to a collection of numbers. Today, that collection is called data and statistics encompasses an ever-expanding science. This text covers this science in a clear and concise fashion, yet in enough detail to give readers a solid foundation in all aspects of the field. Treatment of each topic is thorough enough to make the coverage self-contained for a course in probability, and exceptional care has been taken to balance theory with applications.

Filename: fundamentals-of-modern-statistical-methods.pdf
ISBN: 9781441955241
Release Date: 2010-03-18
Number of pages: 249
Author: Rand R. Wilcox
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Fundamentals of Modern Statistical Methods in PDF and EPUB Conventional statistical methods have a very serious flaw. They routinely miss differences among groups or associations among variables that are detected by more modern techniques, even under very small departures from normality. Hundreds of journal articles have described the reasons standard techniques can be unsatisfactory, but simple, intuitive explanations are generally unavailable. Situations arise where even highly nonsignificant results become significant when analyzed with more modern methods. Without assuming the reader has any prior training in statistics, Part I of this book describes basic statistical principles from a point of view that makes their shortcomings intuitive and easy to understand. The emphasis is on verbal and graphical descriptions of concepts. Part II describes modern methods that address the problems covered in Part I. Using data from actual studies, many examples are included to illustrate the practical problems with conventional procedures and how more modern methods can make a substantial difference in the conclusions reached in many areas of statistical research. The second edition of this book includes a number of advances and insights that have occurred since the first edition appeared. Included are new results relevant to medians, regression, measures of association, strategies for comparing dependent groups, methods for dealing with heteroscedasticity, and measures of effect size.

Filename: introduction-to-statistical-methods-in-modern-genetics.pdf
ISBN: 9781482287394
Release Date: 2000-02-23
Number of pages: 247
Author: M.C. Yang
Publisher: CRC Press

Download and read online Introduction to Statistical Methods in Modern Genetics in PDF and EPUB Although the basic statistical theory behind modern genetics is not very difficult, most statistical genetics papers are not easy to read for beginners in the field, and formulae quickly become very tedious to fit a particular area of application. Introduction to Statistical Methods in Modern Genetics distinguishes between the necessary and unnecessary complexity in a presentation designed for graduate-level statistics students. The author keeps derivations simple, but does so without losing the mathematical details. He also provides the required background in modern genetics for those looking forward to entering this arena. Along with some of the statistical tools important in genetics applications, students will learn: How a gene is found How scientists have separated the genetic and environmental aspects of a person's intelligence How genetics are used in agriculture to improve crops and domestic animals What a DNA fingerprint is and why there are controversies about it Although the author assumes students have a foundation in basic statistics, an appendix provides the necessary background beyond the elementary, including multinomial distributions, inference on frequency tables, and discriminant analysis. With clear explanations, a multitude of figures, and exercise sets in each chapter, this text forms an outstanding entrée into the rapidly expanding world of genetic data analysis.

Filename: basic-probability-theory.pdf
ISBN: 9780486135199
Release Date: 2012-05-11
Number of pages: 352
Author: Robert B. Ash
Publisher: Courier Corporation

Download and read online Basic Probability Theory in PDF and EPUB This introduction to more advanced courses in probability and real analysis emphasizes the probabilistic way of thinking, rather than measure-theoretic concepts. Geared toward advanced undergraduates and graduate students, its sole prerequisite is calculus. Taking statistics as its major field of application, the text opens with a review of basic concepts, advancing to surveys of random variables, the properties of expectation, conditional probability and expectation, and characteristic functions. Subsequent topics include infinite sequences of random variables, Markov chains, and an introduction to statistics. Complete solutions to some of the problems appear at the end of the book.

Filename: mathematics-and-statistics-for-financial-risk-management.pdf
ISBN: 9781118757642
Release Date: 2013-12-12
Number of pages: 336
Author: Michael B. Miller
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Mathematics and Statistics for Financial Risk Management in PDF and EPUB Mathematics and Statistics for Financial Risk Management is a practical guide to modern financial risk management for both practitioners and academics. Now in its second edition with more topics, more sample problems and more real world examples, this popular guide to financial risk management introduces readers to practical quantitative techniques for analyzing and managing financial risk. In a concise and easy-to-read style, each chapter introduces a different topic in mathematics or statistics. As different techniques are introduced, sample problems and application sections demonstrate how these techniques can be applied to actual risk management problems. Exercises at the end of each chapter and the accompanying solutions at the end of the book allow readers to practice the techniques they are learning and monitor their progress. A companion Web site includes interactive Excel spreadsheet examples and templates. Mathematics and Statistics for Financial Risk Management is an indispensable reference for today’s financial risk professional.

Filename: introduction-to-mathematical-statistical-physics.pdf
ISBN: 0821882775
Release Date:
Number of pages: 103
Author: Robert Adolʹfovich Minlos
Publisher: American Mathematical Soc.

Download and read online Introduction to Mathematical Statistical Physics in PDF and EPUB

Filename: basics-of-matrix-algebra-for-statistics-with-r.pdf
ISBN: 9781498712385
Release Date: 2015-07-01
Number of pages: 248
Author: Nick Fieller
Publisher: CRC Press

Download and read online Basics of Matrix Algebra for Statistics with R in PDF and EPUB A Thorough Guide to Elementary Matrix Algebra and Implementation in R Basics of Matrix Algebra for Statistics with R provides a guide to elementary matrix algebra sufficient for undertaking specialized courses, such as multivariate data analysis and linear models. It also covers advanced topics, such as generalized inverses of singular and rectangular matrices and manipulation of partitioned matrices, for those who want to delve deeper into the subject. The book introduces the definition of a matrix and the basic rules of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and inversion. Later topics include determinants, calculation of eigenvectors and eigenvalues, and differentiation of linear and quadratic forms with respect to vectors. The text explores how these concepts arise in statistical techniques, including principal component analysis, canonical correlation analysis, and linear modeling. In addition to the algebraic manipulation of matrices, the book presents numerical examples that illustrate how to perform calculations by hand and using R. Many theoretical and numerical exercises of varying levels of difficulty aid readers in assessing their knowledge of the material. Outline solutions at the back of the book enable readers to verify the techniques required and obtain numerical answers. Avoiding vector spaces and other advanced mathematics, this book shows how to manipulate matrices and perform numerical calculations in R. It prepares readers for higher-level and specialized studies in statistics.