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Multivariate density estimation: theory, practice, and visualization. (English) Zbl 0850.62006
Wiley Series in Probability and Mathematical Statistics. Applied Probability and Statistics. New York, NY: Wiley. xii, 317 p. £68.00; $ 95.50 (1992).
Publisher’s description: Density estimation has long been recognized as an important tool when used with univariate and bivariate data. But the computer revolution of recent years has provided access to detect and summarize the multivariate structure of these difficult data. The author of this book demonstrates that density estimation retains its explicative power, even when applied to triviate and quadrivate data.
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62-01Textbooks (statistics)
62G07Density estimation
62H05Characterization and structure theory (Multivariate analysis)
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