3 edition of **Probabilities of medium and large deviations with statistical applications** found in the catalog.

Probabilities of medium and large deviations with statistical applications

J. C. Gupta

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Published
**1972**
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by Jagdish Chandra Gupta. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | Microfilm 40186 (Q) |

The Physical Object | |

Format | Microform |

Pagination | iii, 141 leaves. |

Number of Pages | 141 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL2162278M |

LC Control Number | 88893532 |

D. Plachky and J. Steinebach, A theorem about probabilities of large deviations with an application to queuing theory, M. D. Donsker and S. R. S. Varadhan, Asymptotic evaluation of certain Markov process expectations for large time, and In many applications, critically important events can be represented as 'large deviations' of random walks - computing probabilities of such events is essential. This monograph presents a unified systematic exposition of the large deviations theory for heavy-tailed random walks.

From the reviews: "On the whole, Introduction to Rare Event Simulation succeeds at its stated goal, providing a good overview of importance sampling from the perspective of large deviations."Journal of the American Statistical Association, September "The main purpose of this book is to present a unified theory of rare event simulation and the variance reduction technique known as. Table of Contents vii 8 free Introduction ix 10 free Inequalities for critical probabilities in percolation 1 12 free Random tubes as a model of pair correlations 11 22 Large deviations for some infinite particle system occupation times 43 54 Function-valued duals for measure-valued processes and applications 55 66 Invariance principle for reversible Markov processes with application to.

Amir Dembo and Ofer Zeitouni, Large Deviations Techniques and Applications. Frank den Hollander, Large Deviations. Jean-Dominique Deuschel and Daniel Stroock, Large Deviations. Description of the course. Large deviation theory is an area of probability that seeks to quantify chances of extremely rare behavior, for example the kind that falls. Get this from a library! Entropy, Large Deviations, and Statistical Mechanics. [Richard S Ellis] -- This book has two main topics: large deviations and equilibrium statistical mechanics. I hope to convince the reader that these topics have many points of contact and that in being treated together.

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() Contiguous alternatives which preserve Cram r-type large deviations for a general class of statistics. Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics() Cramer type large deviations for studentized by: Probabilities of large deviations for L-statistics Article (PDF Available) in Lithuanian Mathematical Journal 30(3) July with 37 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Probabilities of Large Deviations for U-Statistics and von Mises Functionals. Article Data. History. Cramér-Type Large Deviations for Some U-Statistics. Theory of Probability & Its ApplicationsThe Suzdal International Seminar of on Stability Problems for Stochastic Models. Theory of Probability & Its ApplicationsCited by: 8.

Large deviation estimates have proved to be the crucial tool required to handle many questions in statistics, engineering, statistial mechanics, and applied probability. Amir Dembo and Ofer Zeitouni, two of the leading researchers in the field, provide an introduction to the theory of large.

Cite this chapter as: Koroljuk V.S., Borovskich Y.V. () Probabilities of Large Deviations. In: Theory of U-Statistics. Mathematics and Its Applications, vol Author: V. Koroljuk, Yu. Borovskich. As part of postdoc work I wanted to study large deviations for solutions to PDE/ODE with random coefficients (not the usual additive stochastic noise).

So I bought this book and read chapters 1, 2, 4, and parts of 3, 5, and 6). This book provided "all" that I needed in order to obtain a simple s: 2.

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In probability theory, the theory of large deviations concerns the asymptotic behaviour of remote tails of sequences of probability distributions. While some basic ideas of the theory can be traced to Laplace, the formalization started with insurance mathematics, namely ruin theory with Cramér and Lundberg.A unified formalization of large deviation theory was developed inin a paper by.

The theory of large deviations deals with the evaluation, for a family of probability measures parameterized by a real valued variable, of the probabilities. In the remainder of the sections the theory of large deviations is applied to a number of questions in statistical mechanics.

• Section 9. The theory of large deviations is used to study equilibrium properties of a basic model of ferromagnetism known as the Curie-Weiss model,whichisa mean-ﬁeldapproximationtothe muchmore complicated Ising model. The theory of large deviations deals with the probabilities of rare events (or fluctuations) that are exponentially small as a function of some parameter, e.g., the number of random components of a system, the time over which a stochastic system is observed, the amplitude of the noise perturbing a dynamical system or the temperature of a chemical reaction.

The theory has applications in many. The theory of large deviations is concerned with the exponential decay of probabilities of large fluctuations in random systems. These probabilities are important in many fields of study, including statistics, finance, and engineering, as they often yield valuable information about the large fluctuations of a random system around its most probable state or trajectory.

Every statistics book provides a listing of statistical distributions, with their properties, but browsing through these choices can be frustrating to anyone without a another potential problem is when the probabilities of large deviations from the central.

9 value do not drop off as precipitously as required by the normal distribution. A Basic Introduction to Large Deviations: Theory, Applications, Simulations by Hugo Touchette. Publisher: arXiv Number of pages: Description: The theory of large deviations deals with the probabilities of rare events (or fluctuations) that are exponentially small as a function of some parameter, e.g., the number of random components of a system, the time over which a stochastic.

The theory of large deviations deals with the probabilities of rare events (or fluctuations) that are exponentially small as a function of some parameter, e.g., the number of random components of a system, the time over which a stochastic system is observed, the amplitude of the noise perturbing a dynamical system or the temperature of a chemical reaction.

Large deviations for Markovian nonlinear Hawkes processes Zhu, Lingjiong, Annals of Applied Probability, ; Central limit theorem for nonlinear Hawkes processes Zhu, Lingjiong, Journal of Applied Probability, ; Inference for a nonstationary self-exciting point process with an application in ultra-high frequency financial data modeling Chen, Feng and Hall, Peter, Journal of Applied.

Large Deviations and Applications. International Statistical Reviewto Line Intersect Sampling. Other versions of this article Stephen A. Book. Search for more papers by this author. Stephen A. Book Stephen A. Book. Search for more papers by this author. Stephen A.

Book. with them. In particular, Ellis’ book [10] is devoted largely to the application of large deviations theory to the statistical physics pertaining to models of magnetic materials, like Ising spin glasses and others, in order to explore phase transitions phenomena of spontaneous magnetization (see also [34]).

In this paper, the probabilities of the moderate and Cramer-type large deviation theorems for statistics R n (D) = f 1 n (n D 1 n) + ⋯ + f n n (n D n n) are proved.

Application of these theorems for determination of the intermediate efficiencies of the tests based on R n (D). The theory of large deviation is an important aspect of limit theory in probability as it enables a description of the probabilities of rare events.

The emphasis of the course will be on the development of the necessary tools for proving various limit results and the analysis of large deviations. Large Deviations (MATH /STATSpring ) Intended for students somewhat familiar with advanced probability theory, this course is about large deviations probabilities and their applications (for example, in statistics, information theory, queuing theory, statistical mechanics, DNA analysis, communications and control).Downloadable!

A large deviations approach to the statistics of extreme events addresses the statistical analysis of extreme events with very low probabilities: given a random sample of data of size n, the probability is much smaller than 1/n.

In particular, it takes a close look at the regularity assumptions on the tail of the (univariate or multivariate) distribution function.

The function f k is deduced by applying a geometric representation formula for spherical measures to the multivariate domain of large deviations under consideration.

At the so-called dominating point, the largest main curvature of the boundary of this domain tends to one as the large deviation parameter approaches infinity.