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AbstractWe first review an approach that had been developed in the past years to introduce concepts of “bivariate ageing” for exchangeable lifetimes and to analyze mutual relations among stochastic dependence, univariate ageing, and bivariate ageing.A specific feature of such an approach dwells...
AbstractWe prove and describe in great detail a general method for constructing a wide range of multivariate probability density functions. We introduce probabilistic models for a large variety of clouds of multivariate data points. In the present paper, the focus is on star-shaped distributions...
AbstractWe consider the problem of finding checkerboard copulas for modeling multivariate distributions. A checkerboard copula is a distribution with a corresponding density defined almost everywhere by a step function on an m-uniform subdivision of the unit hyper-cube. We develop optimization...
AbstractWe show that each infinite exchangeable sequence τ1, τ2, . . . of random variables of the generalised Marshall–Olkin kind can be uniquely linked to an additive subordinator via its deFinetti representation. This is useful for simulation, model estimation, and model building.
AbstractThis paper proposes a Bayesian estimation algorithm to estimate Generalized Partition of Unity Copulas (GPUC), a class of nonparametric copulas recently introduced by . The first approach is a random walk Metropolis-Hastings (RW-MH) algorithm, the second one is a random blocking...
AbstractIn this paper, we propose a procedure to build bivariate box plots (BBP). We first obtain the theoretical BBP for a random vector (X, Y). They are based on the univariate box plot of X and the conditional quantile curves of Y|X. They can be computed from the copula of (X, Y) and the...
AbstractFor observations over a period of time, Bayesian credibility premium may be used to predict the value of a response variable for a subject, given previously observed values. In this article, we formulate Bayesian credibility premium under a change of probability measure within the copula...
AbstractIn the multiple testing context, we utilize vine copulae for optimizing the effective number of tests. It is well known that for the calibration of multiple tests for control of the family-wise error rate the dependencies between the marginal tests are of utmost importance. It has been...
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