Nonparametric inference on manifolds : with applications to shape spaces
- Abhishek Bhattacharya, Rabi Bhattacharya.
- Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012.
- Physical description
- xiii, 237 p. : ill ; 23 cm.
- Institute of Mathematical Statistics monographs 2.
Math & Statistics Library
QA276.12 .B52 2012
- Unknown QA276.12 .B52 2012
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 229-234) and index.
- 1. Introduction-- 2. Examples-- 3. Location and spread on metric spaces-- 4. Extrinsic analysis on manifolds-- 5. Intrinsic analysis on manifolds-- 6. Landmark-based shape spaces-- 7. Kendall's similarity shape spaces SIGMAkm-- 8. The planar shape space SIGMAk2-- 9. Reflection similarity shape spaces RSIGMAkm-- 10. Stiefel manifolds-- 11. Affine shape spaces ASIGMAkm-- 12. Real projective spaces and projective shape spaces-- 13. Nonparametric Bayes inference-- 14. Regression, classification and testing-- i. Differentiable manifolds-- ii. Riemannian manifolds-- iii. Dirichlet processes-- iv. Parametric models on Sd and SIGMAk2-- References-- Subject index.
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- Publisher's Summary
- This book introduces in a systematic manner a general nonparametric theory of statistics on manifolds, with emphasis on manifolds of shapes. The theory has important and varied applications in medical diagnostics, image analysis, and machine vision. An early chapter of examples establishes the effectiveness of the new methods and demonstrates how they outperform their parametric counterparts. Inference is developed for both intrinsic and extrinsic Frechet means of probability distributions on manifolds, then applied to shape spaces defined as orbits of landmarks under a Lie group of transformations - in particular, similarity, reflection similarity, affine and projective transformations. In addition, nonparametric Bayesian theory is adapted and extended to manifolds for the purposes of density estimation, regression and classification. Ideal for statisticians who analyze manifold data and wish to develop their own methodology, this book is also of interest to probabilists, mathematicians, computer scientists, and morphometricians with mathematical training.
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- Publication date
- Institute of mathematical statistics monographs ; 2
- 9781107019584 (cased)
- 1107019583 (cased)