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Ph.d. forelæsning/PhD Defense - Francisco Cuevas

Tidspunkt

10.05.2019 kl. 13.00 - 16.00

Beskrivelse

Second order moment properties of point processes and random fields defined on a Euclidean space, a sphere, or the product of such spaces

The thesis is focused on second order moment properties for random fields and point processes on a Euclidean space, a sphere or the product of such spaces. This thesis consists of six research papers. Publication A criticizes the Gneiting covariance function family and provides conditions such that this family yields a covariance functions with a counterintuitive statistical meaning. Publication B presents a family of covariance functions for geostatistical data collected on the sphere, capable of modeling the degree of smoothness in the mean{squared sense.

Publication C shows a fast and exact algorithm to simulate random fields on a sphere or the product of the sphere times the Euclidean space. Publication D gives an extension of the K{function for point process on a Euclidean space to point processes on the product space and study the second order moment properties of point processes in the case of first and second order separability. Publication E develops an estimation procedure for the pair correlation function based on estimation equations that comes from variational equations. Paper F discusses the existence, moment properties, and estimation procedure of log-Gaussian Cox processes when the spatial locations are on the sphere.

Bedømmelsesudvalg/Assessment committee:

Professor Morten Nielsen, AAU
Associate professor Frédéric Lavancier, Université de Nantes
Associate professor Ethan Anderes, UC Davis Department of Statistics

Ordstyrer/Moderator:

Professor Morten Nielsen

Vejledere/Supervisors:

Professor Jesper Møller, Aalborg Universitet, Professor Rasmus Waagepetersen, Aalborg Universitet og Emilio Porcu, School of Mathematics and Statistics & Chair of Spatial Analytics Methods, University of Newcastle

Pris

Gratis

Arrangør

Institut for Matematiske Fag, Aalborg Universitet

Adresse

Skjernvej 4A, rum 5.034

Tilmelding inden

02.05.2019 kl. 13.18

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merete@math.aau.dk