Posts tagged ‘Point Process’

[ArXiv] Ripley’s K-function

Because of the extensive works by Prof. Peebles and many (observational) cosmologists (almost always I find Prof. Peeble’s book in cosmology literature), the 2 (or 3) point correlation function is much more dominant than any other mathematical and statistical methods to understand the structure of the universe. Unusually, this week finds an astro-ph paper written by a statistics professor addressing the K-function to explore the mystery of the universe.

[astro-ph:0804.3044] J.M. Loh
Estimating Third-Order Moments for an Absorber Catalog

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[ArXiv] 1st week, Dec. 2007

There’s only one day in the first week of December with no preprint appearance. Dubbing the week of Dec. 2nd as the first week is hoped to be accepted. Continue reading ‘[ArXiv] 1st week, Dec. 2007’ »