# Search results for: Jochen Einbeck

Computational Statistics > 2003 > 18 > 2 > 185-203

Statistica Neerlandica > 72 > 2 > 74 - 89

Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice > 2017 > 11 > 3 > 478-492

*X*is self–consistent with respect to the circle

*E||X*||; that is, each point on that circle is the expectation of all observations that project onto that point. This fact allows the use of the self–consistency...

Studies in Classification, Data Analysis, and Knowledge Organization > Classification — the Ubiquitous Challenge > Classification and Data Analysis > 256-263

Statistical Papers > 2018 > 59 > 2 > 513-528

Biometrical Journal > 58 > 2 > 259 - 279

Studies in Classification, Data Analysis, and Knowledge Organization > Advances in Data Analysis, Data Handling and Business Intelligence > Exploratory Data Analysis, Modeling and Applications > 701-712

*y*=

*m*(

*x*

_{1},

*…*,

*x*

_{ p }) + ε is intrinsically one-dimensional, or at least of far lower dimension than

*p*. Usual modeling attempts such as the additive model

*y*=

*m*

_{1}(

*x*

_{1}) +

*…*+

*m*

_{ p }(

*x*

_{ p }) + ε, which...

Statistica Neerlandica > 67 > 1 > 54 - 66

Computational Statistics > 2013 > 28 > 3 > 955-976

*curse of dimensionality.*Here, rather than discounting it completely, we use density as a threshold to determine where over a data range reliable multivariate smoothing is possible, whilst accepting that in large areas...

Statistics and Computing > 2012 > 22 > 4 > 967-979

Statistics and Computing > 2005 > 15 > 4 > 301-313