Handbook of Statistics 21: Stochastic Processes: Modeling and SimulationEdited by
- D.N. Shanbhag, University of Sheffield, UK
- C.R. Rao, The Pennsylvania State University, USA
University and departmental (mathematics and statistics) libraries, pharmaceutical companies, telecommunication industries, medical and engineering schools.
Handbook of Statistics
Published: February 2003
This volume ought to be available to all statistical departments, especially applied ones, so that staff and research students are encouraged to realize the importance of applied stochastic processes.
Freda Kemp, St. Andrews University, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Vol. 157 (1), 2004
- Chapter 1
Modeling and Numerical Methods in Manufacturing Systems using Control Theory, (E.K.Boukas, Z.K.Liu).
Models of Random Graphs and their Applications, (C.Cannings, D.B.Penman).
Locally Self-Similar Processes and their Wavelet Analysis, (J.E.Cavanaugh, Y.Wang, J.W.Davis).
Stochastic Models for DNA Replications, (R.Cowan).
An Empirical Process with Applications to Test Exponential and Geometric Models, (J.E.Ferreira).
Patterns of Sequences of Random Events, (J.Gani).
Stochastic Models in Telecommunications for Optimal Design, Control, and Performance Evaluation, (N.Gautam).
Stochastic Processes in Epidemic Modelling and Simulation, (D.Greenhalgh).
Inference and Simulation for Random Fields, (P.Greenwood, W.Wefelmeyer).
Modeling Self-Similarity: Fractals and Stochastic Processes, (B.M.Hambly).
Numerical Methods in Queueing Theory, (D.Heyman).
Applications of Markov Chains to the Distribution Theory of Runs and Patterns, (M.V.Koutras).
Modeling Image Analysis Problems using Markov Random Fields, (S.Z.Li).
Semi-Markov Processes in Reliability, (N.Limnios, G.Oprisan).
Departures and Related Characteristics in Queueing Models, (M.Manoharan, M.H.Alamatsaz, D.N.Shanbhag).
Discrete Variate Time Series, (E.D.McKenzie).
Extreme Value Theory, Models and Simulation, (S.Nadarajah).
Biological Applications of Branching Processes, (A.G.Pakes).
Markov Chain Approaches to Damage Models, (C.R.Rao, M.Albassam, M.B.Rao, D.N.Shanbhag).
Point Processes in Astronomy: Exciting Events in the Universe, (J.D.Scargle, G.J.Babu).
On the Theory of Discrete and Continuous Parameter Biliniear Random Processes, (T.Subba Rao, G.Terdic).
Non-Linear and Non-Gaussian State-Space Modeling with Monte Carlo Techniques: A Survey and Comparative Study, (H.Tanizaki).
Markov Modeling of Burst Behaviour in Ion Channels, (G.F.Yeo, R.K.Milne, B.W.Madsen, Y.Li, R.O.Edeson).