Probability approximations and beyond
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 Andrew D. Barbour, Hock Peng Chan, David Siegmund, editors.
 Language
 English.
 Imprint
 New York : Springer, 2012.
 Physical description
 xiv, 159 p. : ill.
 Series
 Lecture notes in statistics (SpringerVerlag) 205. 09300325
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 Couplings for Irregular Combinatorial Assemblies. BerryEsseen Inequality for Unbounded Exchangeable Pairs. Clubbed Binomial Approximation for the Lightbulb Process. Coverage of Random Discs Driven by a Posson Point Process. On the Optimality of Stein Factors. Basic Estimates of Stability Rate for Onedimensional Diffusions. Trend Analysis of Extreme Values. Renormalizations in White Noise Analysis. Mdependence Approximation for Dependent Random Variables. Variable Selection for Classification and Regression in Large p, Small n Problems.
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 In June 2010, a conference, Probability Approximations and Beyond, was held at the National University of Singapore (NUS), in honor of pioneering mathematician Louis Chen. Chen made the first of several seminal contributions to the theory and application of Stein's method. One of his most important contributions has been to turn Stein's concentration inequality idea into an effective tool for providing error bounds for the normal approximation in many settings, and in particular for sums of random variables exhibiting only local dependence. This conference attracted a large audience that came to pay homage to Chen and to hear presentations by colleagues who have worked with him in special ways over the past 40+ years. The papers in this volume attest to how Louis Chen's cuttingedge ideas influenced and continue to influence such areas as molecular biology and computer science. He has developed applications of his work on Poisson approximation to problems of signal detection in computational biology. The original papers contained in this book provide historical context for Chen's work alongside commentary on some of his major contributions by noteworthy statisticians and mathematicians working today.
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 Publication date
 2012
 Series
 Lecture notes in statistics ; 205, 09300325
 ISBN
 9781461419655
 1461419654