3 edition of Algorithms, routines, and S functions for robust statistics found in the catalog.
Algorithms, routines, and S functions for robust statistics
Includes bibliographical references (p. 423-428) and index.
|Statement||Alfio Marazzi with the collaboration of Johann Joss, Alex Randriamiharisoa.|
|Contributions||Joss, Johann, 1944-, Randriamiharisoa, Alex, 1954-|
|LC Classifications||QA276.4 .M267 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 436 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||436|
|LC Control Number||92020326|
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ROBETH (written in ANSI FORTRAN 77) is a systematized collection of algorithms that allows computation of a broad class of procedures based on M- and high-breakdown point estimation, including robust regression, robust testing of linear hypotheses, and robust coveriances. This book describes the computational procedures included in by: ROBETH (written in ANSI FORTRAN 77) is a systematized collection of algorithms that allows computation of a broad class of procedures based on M- and high-breakdown point estimation, including robust regression, robust testing of linear hypotheses, and robust coveriances.
This book describes the computational procedures included in ROBETH. Algorithms, Routines, and S-Functions for Robust Statistics - CRC Press Book ROBETH (written in ANSI FORTRAN 77) is a systematized collection of algorithms that allows computation of a broad class of procedures based on M- and high-breakdown point estimation, including robust regression, robust testing of linear hypotheses, and robust book describes the comp.
Robust procedures are needed to give and S functions for robust statistics book results when outliers are present. This book gives all the details for hundreds of routines, described in FORTRAN notation.
The authors assume that the user can interface these routines to some standard package, such as SPSS, SAS, or BMDP. (). Algorithms, Routines, and S Functions, for Robust Statistics. Technometrics: Vol.
37, No. 3, pp. Author: Boris Iglewicz, Richard M. Heiberger, Dirk Moore, Yun Tan. Buy Algorithms, Routines, and S-Functions for Robust Statistics by Alfio Marazzi from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Author: Alfio Marazzi. Algorithms, routines, and S functions for robust statistics: the FORTRAN library ROBETH with an interface to S-PLUS Author: Alfio Marazzi ; Johann Joss ; Alex Randriamiharisoa.
Algorithms, routines, and S functions for robust statistics: the FORTRAN library ROBETH with an interface to S-PLUS Responsibility Alfio Marazzi with the collaboration of Johann Joss, Alex Randriamiharisoa.
Algorithms, routines and S functions for robust statistics: the FORTRAN library ROBETH with an interface to S-PLUS: 1. Robust Statistics aims to stimulate the use of robust methods as a powerful tool to increase the reliability and accuracy of statistical modelling and data analysis.
It is ideal for researchers, practitioners and graduate students of statistics, electrical, chemical and biochemical engineering, and computer vision. new books on Robust Statistics The package robustbase robustbase: current status overview rrcov \Functions for Robust Location and Scatter Valentin's routines use the fast algorithms of Peter Rousseeuw and Katrien van Driessen ().
Introduction. The theory of bounded-influence estimation provides robust estimators with fairly good efficiency. The theory was originally proposed by Hampel (), and further developed by Hampel and co-workers (Hampel et al., ).See also Carroll and Ruppert (, Chapter 6) and Ronchetti ().
Bounded-influence estimation is a potentially useful tool in applied work, for example Cited by: 5. Asymptotic Normality Choice Function Influence Function Scale Functional Robust Statistic These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.
This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Asymptotically, a τ estimate is equivalent to an M estimate with a ψ function given by a weighted average of two ψ functions, one corresponding to a very robust estimate and the other to a.
Overview of the MM Algorithm 1. The MM algorithm is not an algorithm, but a prescription for constructing optimization algorithms. The EM algorithm from statistics is a special case. An MM algorithm operates by creating a surrogate function that minorizes or majorizes the objective function.
When the surrogate function is optimized, the File Size: KB. Here is a nice diagram which weighs this book with other algorithms book mentioned in this list: In short, one of the best Algorithms book for any beginner programmer.
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Algorithms, routines, and S functions for robust statistics. The FORTRAN library ROBETH with an interface to S-PLUS. With the collaboration of Johann Joss and Alex RandriamiharisoaAuthor: Murray Jorgensen.
The routine converts any standard regression algorithm (that calculates both the coefficients and residuals) into a corresponding orthogonal regression algorithm.
Thus, a standard, or robust, or L 1 regression algorithm is converted into the corresponding standard, or robust, or L 1 orthogonal algorithm. Such orthogonal procedures are important for three basic reasons. Robust (or "resistant") methods for statistics modelling have been available in S from the very beginning in the s; and then in R in package es are median(), mean(*, trim.), mad(), IQR(), or also fivenum(), the statistic behind boxplot() in package graphics) or lowess() (and loess()) for robust nonparametric regression, which had been complemented by runmed() in Cited by: 4.
To compute least absolute residuals (LAR) or “L1” regression, implements the routine L1 in Barrodale and Roberts (), which is based on the simplex method of linear programming.
It is a copy of (in early ) from the robust package. ROBETH is the program library for robust statistical procedures described in the book entitled "Algorithms, Routines and S-Plus Functions" by A.
Marazzi (Wadsworth and Brooks/Cole, ; reprinted by Chapman Hall). ROBETH has been interfaced to the statistical environments S-Plus and R.In this article, I introduce robust routines and a procedure in SAS.
The routines are in SAS/IML, acting as function calls. They are LTS, LMS, MCD, MVE, LAV, and MAD. These routines have been Author: C. Chen.Documentation in Algorithms, Routines and S Functions for Robust Statistics, book by Marazzi (, Wadsworth and Brooks/Cole) [email protected] at a "modest price" (Fortran).