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A Shape‐Based Local Spatial Association Measure (LISShA): A Case Study in Maritime Anomaly Detection Early View

  • Journal: Geographical Analysis
  • Authors: Steven Andrew Roberts
  • Published Date: Nov 19, 2018

The explicit consideration of the shape of geographic features has been largely ignored in existing spatial association measures. The primary contribution of this work is the development...

Ocean pollution assessment by integrating physical law and site‐specific data Early View

  • Journal: Environmetrics
  • Authors: Y. Lang, G. Christakos
  • Published Date: Nov 18, 2018

Abstract This work introduces the Bayesian maximum entropy (BME) perspective in the space–time characterization and prediction of ocean pollution. The proposed approach can...

Beyond Early Warning Indicators: High School Dropout and Machine Learning Early View

  • Journal: Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics
  • Authors: Dario Sansone
  • Published Date: Nov 18, 2018

Abstract This paper combines machine learning with economic theory in order to analyse high school dropout. It provides an algorithm to predict which students are going to...

Generating Alternative Land‐use Allocation for Mixed Use Areas: Multi‐Objective Optimization Approach Early View

  • Journal: Geographical Analysis
  • Authors: Nusrat Sharmin, Afsana Haque, Md. Monirul Islam
  • Published Date: Nov 18, 2018

Current research is carried out with an intention to present an optimization approach for the urban land‐use allocation problem by generating Pareto optimum solutions considering two...

Fast flexible space‐filling designs with nominal factors for nonrectangular regions Early View

  • Journal: Quality and Reliability Engineering International
  • Authors: Ryan Lekivetz, Bradley Jones
  • Published Date: Nov 18, 2018

Abstract Space‐filling designs allow for exploration of responses when each continuous input factor is set to many different values over its range. While typical...

Orthogonal second‐order space‐filling designs with insights from simulation experiments to support test planning Early View

  • Journal: Quality and Reliability Engineering International
  • Authors: Paul J. Sanchez, Susan M. Sanchez
  • Published Date: Nov 18, 2018

Abstract Frequency‐based designs are presented for exploring large numbers of factors in simulation experiments. This approach yields completely orthogonal full...

Varying‐association copula models for multivariate survival data Early View

  • Journal: Canadian Journal of Statistics
  • Authors: Hui Li, Zhiqiang Cao, Guosheng Yin
  • Published Date: Nov 17, 2018

Abstract To accommodate possible changes in the correlation structure of multivariate survival data, a class of varying‐association copula models is developed. The proposed...

Weighted estimates for the multilinear maximal function on the upper half‐spaces Early View

  • Journal: Mathematische Nachrichten
  • Authors: Wei Chen, Chunxiang Zhu
  • Published Date: Nov 16, 2018

Abstract For a general dyadic grid, we give a Calderón–Zygmund type decomposition, which is the principle fact about the multilinear maximal function ...

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