Bilinear Regression Analysis

An Introduction

Author: Dietrich von Rosen

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319787845

Category: Mathematics

Page: 468

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This book expands on the classical statistical multivariate analysis theory by focusing on bilinear regression models, a class of models comprising the classical growth curve model and its extensions. In order to analyze the bilinear regression models in an interpretable way, concepts from linear models are extended and applied to tensor spaces. Further, the book considers decompositions of tensor products into natural subspaces, and addresses maximum likelihood estimation, residual analysis, influential observation analysis and testing hypotheses, where properties of estimators such as moments, asymptotic distributions or approximations of distributions are also studied. Throughout the text, examples and several analyzed data sets illustrate the different approaches, and fresh insights into classical multivariate analysis are provided. This monograph is of interest to researchers and Ph.D. students in mathematical statistics, signal processing and other fields where statistical multivariate analysis is utilized. It can also be used as a text for second graduate-level courses on multivariate analysis.

Nonlinear Multivariate Analysis

Author: Albert Gifi

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

ISBN: 9780471926207

Category: Mathematics

Page: 579

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Conventions and controversies in multivariate analysis; Coding of categorical data; Homogeneity analysis; Nonlinear principal components analysis; Nonlinear generalized canonical analysis; Nonlinear canonical correlation analysis; Asymmetric treatment of sets: some special cases, some future programs; Multidimensional scaling and correspondende analysis; Models as gauges for the analysis of binary data; Reflections on restrictions; Nonlinear multivariate analysis: principles and possibilities; The study of stability; The proof of the pudding.

Multivariate analysis

methods and applications

Author: William R. Dillon,Matthew Goldstein

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc

ISBN: 9780471083177

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 587

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Structural Sensitivity in Econometric Models Edwin Kuh, John W. Neese and Peter Hollinger Provides a pathbreaking assessment of the worth of linear dynamic systems methods for probing the behavior of complex macroeconomic models. Representing a major improvement upon the standard "black box" approach to analyzing economic model structure, it introduces the powerful concept of parameter sensitivity analysis within a linear systems root/vector framework. The approach is illustrated with a good mediumsize econometric model (Michigan Quarterly Econometric Model of the United States). EISPACK, the Fortran code for computing characteristic roots and vectors has been upgraded and augmented by a model linearization code and a broader algorithmic framework. Also features an interface between the algorithmic code and the interactive modeling system (TROLL), making an unusually wide range of linear systems methods accessible to economists, operations researchers, engineers and physical scientists. 1985 (0-471-81930-1) 324 pp. Linear Statistical Models and Related Methods With Applications to Social Research John Fox A comprehensive, modern treatment of linear models and their variants and extensions, combining statistical theory with applied data analysis. Considers important methodological principles underlying statistical methods. Designed for researchers and students who wish to apply these models to their own work in a flexible manner. 1984 (0 471-09913-9) 496 pp. Statistical Methods for Forecasting Bovas Abraham and Johannes Ledolter This practical, user-oriented book treats the statistical methods and models used to produce short-term forecasts. Provides an intermediate level discussion of a variety of statistical forecasting methods and models and explains their interconnections, linking theory and practice. Includes numerous time-series, autocorrelations, and partial autocorrelation plots. 1983 (0 471-86764-0) 445 pp.

An Introduction to Multivariate Statistical Analysis

Author: Theodore Wilbur Anderson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Mathematical statistics

Page: 374

View: 7042


The multivariate normal distribution; Estimation of the mean vector and the covariance matrix; The distributions and uses of sample correlation coefficients; The generalized T2 statistic; Classification of observations; The distribution of the sample covariance matrix and the sample generalized variance; Testing the general linear hypothesis; analysis of variance; Testing independence of sets of variates; Testing hypotheses of equality of covariance matrices and equality of mean vectors and covariance matrices; Principal components; Canonical correlation and canonical variables; The distribution of certain characteristic roots and vectors that do not depend on parameters; A review of some other work in multivariate analysis.

Multivariate Statistical Inference

Author: Narayan C. Giri

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 1483263339

Category: Mathematics

Page: 336

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Multivariate Statistical Inference is a 10-chapter text that covers the theoretical and applied aspects of multivariate analysis, specifically the multivariate normal distribution using the invariance approach. Chapter I contains some special results regarding characteristic roots and vectors, and partitioned submatrices of real and complex matrices, as well as some special theorems on real and complex matrices useful in multivariate analysis. Chapter II deals with the theory of groups and related results that are useful for the development of invariant statistical test procedures, including the Jacobians of some specific transformations that are useful for deriving multivariate sampling distributions. Chapter III is devoted to basic notions of multivariate distributions and the principle of invariance in statistical testing of hypotheses. Chapters IV and V deal with the study of the real multivariate normal distribution through the probability density function and through a simple characterization and the maximum likelihood estimators of the parameters of the multivariate normal distribution and their optimum properties. Chapter VI tackles a systematic derivation of basic multivariate sampling distributions for the real case, while Chapter VII explores the tests and confidence regions of mean vectors of multivariate normal populations with known and unknown covariance matrices and their optimum properties. Chapter VIII is devoted to a systematic derivation of tests concerning covariance matrices and mean vectors of multivariate normal populations and to the study of their optimum properties. Chapters IX and X look into a treatment of discriminant analysis and the different covariance models and their analysis for the multivariate normal distribution. These chapters also deal with the principal components, factor models, canonical correlations, and time series. This book will prove useful to statisticians, mathematicians, and advance mathematics students.