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Applied stochastic modelling

By: Morgan, Byron J. T.
Series: Chapman and Hall/CRC texts in statistical science series. Publisher: Boca Raton Chapman and Hall/CRC Press 2009Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xiv, 345 p.ISBN: 9781584886662.Subject(s): Stochastic processes --Mathematical modelsDDC classification: 511.8 Summary: Derived from a series of talks on aspects of modern statistics for fitting stochastic models to data, commissioned by statisticians at Pfizer Central Research in Sandwich, Kent, UK, Applied Stochastic Modelling, Second Edition presents many of the most important developments and advances in the theory and practice of statistics. Along with coverage of modern techniques, this book integrates and revises standard probability and statistical theory. It also includes over 50 short MATLAB programs as well as S-PLUS versions of these programs, all available from the book's website. This is an ideal textbook and reference source for researchers, undergraduate students, and graduate students in mathematics and statistics. Source: http://search.barnesandnoble.com/
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 313-332) and index.

Derived from a series of talks on aspects of modern statistics for fitting stochastic models to data, commissioned by statisticians at Pfizer Central Research in Sandwich, Kent, UK, Applied Stochastic Modelling, Second Edition presents many of the most important developments and advances in the theory and practice of statistics. Along with coverage of modern techniques, this book integrates and revises standard probability and statistical theory. It also includes over 50 short MATLAB programs as well as S-PLUS versions of these programs, all available from the book's website. This is an ideal textbook and reference source for researchers, undergraduate students, and graduate students in mathematics and statistics. Source: http://search.barnesandnoble.com/

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