6 edition of Data Structures for Computational Statistics (Contributions to Statistics) found in the catalog.
January 31, 2001
by Physica-Verlag Heidelberg
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||292|
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Data Structures for Computational Statistics. Authors: Klinke, Sigbert Free PreviewBrand: Physica-Verlag Heidelberg. Department of Economics Institute of Statistics and Econometrics Humboldt-University of Berlin Berlin Germany.
The development of data structures for a statistical software system is treated in this book. Data structures, e.g. storage of statistical data, handling of different kind of graphics, are very important in designing a software system. A misspecification or too narrow approach will lead to an enormous amount of reprogramming if it is possible.
Heidelberg, No. of pages: viii + Price: $ ISBN This book is essentially the authorâ s doctoral thesis wherein computational structures (data and programs) are described as implemented by the author. The book is perhaps mistitled for it suggests that one might have found a substantive review and exploration of the novel computational structures which have.
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Content Covered Introduction The Concept of Unit Matrix Arrays and Spreadsheets Lists Linked List Queues Stacks Chapter Objectives At the completion of this chapter, you would have learnt: The basic concepts of different data structures; How to acquire the ability to relate the types of data structures to real life application.
Note: To easily navigate Read more →. Content Covered Introduction Tree Tables Binary Trees Traversing of Binary Trees Binary Search Tree Searching and Inserting in Binary Search Trees Past Years Questions Chapter Objectives At the completion of this chapter, you would have learnt: How to acquire the ability to manipulate or to use the different types if data structures; How to construct Read more →.
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Structure of the book. The book is designed with the idea that practical and conceptual understanding of data analysis methods is as important, if not more important, than the theoretical understanding, such as detailed derivation of equations in statistics or machine learning.
The book examines and presents, in a systematic manner, computational probability methods that encompass data structures and algorithms. The developed techniques address problems that require exact probability calculations, many of which have been considered intractable in the past. Algorithms and data structures in computational topology Cl ement Maria To cite this version: Cl ement Maria.
Algorithms and data structures in computational topology. Data Structures for Big Data When dealing with big data, minimizing the amount of memory used is critical to avoid having to use disk based access, which can betimes slower for random access. This notebook deals with ways to minimizee data storage for several common use case: Large arrays of homogenous data (often numbers).
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Computational probability encompasses data structures and algorithms that have emerged over the past decade that allow researchers and students to focus on a new class of stochastic problems.
COMPUTATIONAL PROBABILITY is the first book that examines and presents these computational methods in a systematic manner. The techniques described here address problems that require exact probability calculations. In conclusion, Computational Statistics is a very diverse book that can be used as a textbo ok at several levels of a statistics curriculum, as w ell as a reference for researchers (even if mostly.
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We focus on analysis of data using a computer and simulation as a tool to improve understanding of statistical models. The book examines and presents, in a systematic manner, computational probability methods that encompass data structures and algorithms.
The developed techniques address problems that require exact probability calculations, many of which have been considered intractable in the past.5/5(1). The Essential Algorithms and Data Structures for Computational Design introduces effective methodologies to develop complex 3D modeling algorithms using Grasshopper.
It also covers extensively the data structure adopted by Grasshopper and its core organization and management tools.Okay firstly I would heed what the introduction and preface to CLRS suggests for its target audience - University Computer Science Students with serious (University undergraduate) exposure to Discrete Mathematics.
If you don’t know what Discrete m.This is a list of books in computational geometry. basic data structures, presented algorithms provide transparent and reasonably efficient solutions based on fundamental "building blocks" of computational geometry.
The book consists of the following chapters (which provide both solutions for the topic of the title and its applications.