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The latest content from StatisticsViews.http://www.statisticsviews.comThe end of Moore's law: Living without an exponential increase in the efficiency of computational facilities
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]]>2016-08-27T07:15:22ZThe Rainbow Cycle Cover Problem
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We model and solve the Rainbow Cycle Cover Problem (RCCP). Given a connected and undirected graph
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]]>2016-08-26T14:39:06ZAustralasian Applied Statistics Conference 2016
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The Australasian Applied Statistics Conference is an excellent opportunity to liaise with fellow statisticians within the agricultural, biological and environmental sciences and to keep abreast of the most recent developments in statistics within this context.]]>2016-08-26T14:12:55Z2016 NZSA Conference
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The 2016 NZSA conference will be hosted by Auckland University of Technology (AUT). Again it will be held in conjunction with the Operations Research Society of New Zealand (ORSNZ) conference.]]>2016-08-26T14:05:34ZSurvey estimation of domain means that respect natural orderings
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Many variables in surveys follow natural orderings that should be respected in estimates of domain means. For instance the
U.S. National Compensation Survey estimates mean wages for many job categories, and these mean wages are expected to be non‐decreasing
according to job level. In this type of situation isotonic regression can be applied to give constrained estimators satisfying
the monotonicity. We...]]>2016-08-26T12:55:32ZCan You Predict the Next President?
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Statistics can be a powerful tool for prediction, even in the most perplexing and confusing of situations where even experts feel mystified. While the current presidential elections are throwing up such unusual situations which confound the usual commentators, statistical analysis may be the only way to make sense of the situation.]]>2016-08-26T12:51:00ZPredicting dangerous hospital epidemics by using maths
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In order to reveal the secrets of the bacteria, statisticians at the Norwegian Innovation Centre at University of Oslo are now developing entirely new mathematical methods for describing the evolution of bacteria, how genomes change over time, and what affects these genes.]]>2016-08-26T09:00:00ZThe time of graph bootstrap percolation
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Graph bootstrap percolation, introduced by Bollobás in 1968, is a cellular automaton defined as follows. Given a “small” graph
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We continue our study of the full set of translation‐invariant splitting Gibbs measures (TISGMs, translation‐invariant tree‐indexed
Markov chains) for the q‐state Potts model on a Cayley tree. In our previous work (Külske et al., J Stat Phys 156 (2014), 189–200) we gave a full
description of the TISGMs, and showed in particular that at sufficiently low temperatures their number is
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