By Vladimir Spokoiny, Thorsten Dickhaus

ISBN-10: 3642399096

ISBN-13: 9783642399091

This textbook offers a unified and self-contained presentation of the most ways to and concepts of mathematical records. It collects the fundamental mathematical principles and instruments wanted as a foundation for extra severe stories or maybe self reliant study in information. the vast majority of present textbooks in mathematical data persist with the classical asymptotic framework. but, as glossy information has replaced swiftly lately, new tools and ways have seemed. The emphasis is on finite pattern habit, huge parameter dimensions, and version misspecifications. the current ebook presents a completely self-contained advent to the realm of recent mathematical data, amassing the elemental wisdom, ideas and findings wanted for doing additional learn within the sleek theoretical and utilized records. This textbook is basically meant for graduate and postdoc scholars and younger researchers who're attracted to smooth statistical tools.

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