Posts tagged ‘Pareto distribution’

[ArXiv] 1st week, May 2008

I think I have to review spatial statistics in astronomy, focusing on tessellation (void structure), point process (expanding 2 (3) point correlation function), and marked point process (spatial distribution of hardness ratios of X-ray distant sources, different types of galaxies -not only morphological differences but other marks such as absolute magnitudes and existence of particular features). When? Someday…

In addition to Bayesian methodologies, like this week’s astro-ph, studies on characterizing empirical spatial distributions of voids and galaxies frequently appear, which I believe can be enriched further with the ideas from stochastic geometry and spatial statistics. Click for what was appeared in arXiv this week. Continue reading ‘[ArXiv] 1st week, May 2008’ »

[ArXiv] Pareto Distribution

Astronomy is ruled by Gaussian distribution with a Poisson distribution duchy. From time to time, ranks are awarded to other distributions without their own territories to be governed independently. Among these distributions, Pareto deserves a high rank. There is a preprint of this week on the Pareto distribution: Continue reading ‘[ArXiv] Pareto Distribution’ »

[ArXiv] Solar Cycle, June 18, 2007

From arxiv/astro-ph, arXiv:0706.2590v1 Extreme Value Theory and the Solar Cycle by Ramos, A. This paper might drag a large attention from CHASC members.
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