2 edition of Optimal bayes stopping rules for detecting the change point in a bernoulli process found in the catalog.
Optimal bayes stopping rules for detecting the change point in a bernoulli process
M. S. Srivastava
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by M.S. Srivastava and Yanhong Wu.|
|Series||Technical report series / University of Toronto. Dept. of Statistics -- no. 8, Technical report (University of Toronto. Dept. of Statistics) -- no. 8|
|LC Classifications||QA279.5 .S7 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 p. --|
|Number of Pages||18|
In this paper, we solved the quickest drift change detection problem for a Lévy process consisting of both a continuous Gaussian part and a jump component. We considered here Bayesian framework with an exponential a priori distribution of the change point using an optimality criterion based on a probability of false alarm and an expected delay Author: Michał Krawiec, Zbigniew Palmowski, Łukasz Płociniczak. Bayes Problems in Change-Point Models for the Wiener Process M. Beibel An Efficient Nonparametric Detection Scheme and Its Application to Surveillance of a Bernoulli Process with Unknown Baseline C. Bell, L. Gordon and M. Pollak Some Aspects of Change-Point Analysis P. K. Bhattacharya A Rank-CUSUM Procedure for Detecting Small Changes in a.
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Stopping rules and confidence intervals 6. Stochastic control References Detection and Change-Point Problems S. Zacks 1. Introduction 2. Bayes sequential procedures for detecting change points: the distributions before and after the change are known 3. The distributions before and after the change are not known 4.Subjects Ebook 62L Sequential analysis Secondary: 62L Optimal stopping [See also 60G40, 91A60] 62C Bayesian problems; characterization of Bayes procedures.
Keywords CUSUM change point disorder problem sequential detection Kullback-Leibler divergence. Citation.