Statistical Inference for Stationary Point Processes

  • David R. Brillinger
Part of the Selected Works in Probability and Statistics book series (SWPS)


This work is divided into three principal sections which also correspond to the three lectures given at Bloomington. The topics cover, some useful point process parameters and their properties, estimation of time domain parameters and the estimation of freq1.1ence domain parameters.


Point Process Asymptotic Variance Domain Parameter Statistical Interference Product Density 
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  • David R. Brillinger
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  1. 1.The University of CaliforniaBerkeleyUSA

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