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Publications by James V. Zidek FRSC, O.C.

2012

Hosseini R, Le ND, Zidek JV. Time-varying markov models for binary temperature series in agrorisk management. Journal of agricultural, biological, and environmental statistics. Springer; 2012; 17: 283–305.
van Eeden C, Zidek JV. Subset selection–extended Rizvi–Sobel for unequal sample sizes and its implementation. Journal of Nonparametric Statistics. Taylor and Francis; 2012; 24: 299–315.
Zidek JV, Shaddick G. Unbiasing estimates from preferentially sampled spatial data. Relatorio Technico. 2012; 268.
ZHAI YONGLIANG, Heckman N, LUM CONROY, PIRVU CIPRIAN, WU LANG, Zidek JV. Stochastic models for the effects of duration of load on lumber properties. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2012.

2011

Liu Z, Le ND, Zidek JV. An empirical assessment of bayesian melding for mapping ozone pollution. Environmetrics. Wiley Online Library; 2011; 22: 340–353.

2010

Dou Y, Le ND, Zidek JV. Modeling hourly ozone concentration fields. The Annals of Applied Statistics. Institute of Mathematical Statistics; 2010; 4: 1183–1213.
Hosseini R, Le ND, Zidek JV. Model selection for the binary dichotomized temperature processes. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2010.
Le ND, Sun L, Zidek JV. Air Pollution and Cancer. Chronic Diseases in Canada. 2010; 29.
Chen J, van Eeden C, Zidek J. Uncertainty and the conditional variance. Statistics and probability letters. Elsevier; 2010; 80: 1764–1770.
Cai S, Zidek JV, Newlands N. Predicting Sequences of Progressive Events Times with Time-dependent Covariates. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2010.
Cai S, Zidek JV, Newlands N. Predicting phenological events using event-history analysis. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2010.
Zidek JV, Zimmerman DL. Monitoring network design. Handbook of Spatial Statistics. CRC Press PJ Diggle, M. Fuentes, and P. Guttorp, Boca Raton, FL; 2010;: 131–148.

2009

Dou Y, Le ND, Zidek JV. Temporal prediction with a Bayesian spatial predictor: an application to ozone fields. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2009.
Ainslie B, Reuten C, Steyn DG, Le ND, Zidek JV. Application of an entropy-based Bayesian optimization technique to the redesign of an existing monitoring network for single air pollutants. Journal of environmental management. Elsevier; 2009; 90: 2715–2729.
Hosseini R, Zidek JB, Le ND. r-th order categorical Markov chains. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2009.
Hosseini R, Le ND, Zidek JV. An analysis of Alberta's climate. Part i: Nonhomogenized data. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2009.
Dou Y, Le ND, Zidek JV. Bayesian Empirical Orthogonal Functions. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2009.

2008

Liu Z, Le N, Zidek JV. Recalibrating ozone chemical transport models. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2008.
Liu Z, Le ND, Zidek JV. Combining measurements and physical model outputs for the spatial prediction of hourly ozone space-time fields. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2008.
Shaddick G, Lee D, Zidek JV, Salway R. Estimating exposure response functions using ambient pollution concentrations. The Annals of Applied Statistics. Institute of Mathematical Statistics; 2008; 2: 1249–1270.

2007

Dou Y, Le ND, Zidek JV. A Dynamic Linear Model for Hourly Ozone Concentrations. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2007.
Dou YP, Le ND, Zidek JV. A dynamic linear model for hourly ozone concentrations. Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2007.
Liu Z, Le ND, Zidek JV, others . An appraisal of bayesian melding for physical-statistical modeling. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2007.
Zidek JV, Shaddick G, Meloche J, Chatfield C, White R. A framework for predicting personal exposures to environmental hazards. Environmental and Ecological Statistics. Springer; 2007; 14: 411–431.
Chang H, Fu AQiuyan, Le ND, Zidek JV. Designing environmental monitoring networks to measure extremes. Environmental and Ecological Statistics. Springer; 2007; 14: 301–321.
Liu Z, Le ND, Zidek JV. Calibrating deterministic modeling output with application of ozone fields. Department of Statistics, The University of British Columbia; 2007.

2006

Kibria BMGolam. The matrix-t distribution and its applications in predictive inference. Journal of Multivariate Analysis. Elsevier; 2006; 97: 785–795.
Le ND, Zidek JV. Statistical analysis of environmental space-time processes. Springer Science and Business Media; 2006.
Shaddick G, Lee D, Zidek JV. Using estimated personal exposures to assess the short-term effects of air pollution on health. University of Bath, Department of Mathematical Sciecnes Technical Report. 2006;.
Zidek JV. Editorial:(Post-normal) statistical science. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society). Wiley Online Library; 2006; 169: 1–4.

2005

Zidek JV, Shaddick G, White R, Meloche J, Chatfield C. Using a probabilistic model (pCNEM) to estimate personal exposure to air pollution. Environmetrics. Wiley Online Library; 2005; 16: 481–493.
van Eeden C, Zidek JV. Multi-agent predictors of an exponential interevent time. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2005.
Wang X, Zidek JV. Selecting likelihood weights by cross-validation. The Annals of Statistics. Institute of Mathematical Statistics; 2005; 33: 463–500.
Wang X, Zidek JV. Derivation of mixture distributions and weighted likelihood function as minimizers of KL-divergence subject to constraints. Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics. Springer; 2005; 57: 687–701.

2004

Ghosh M, Zidek JV, Maiti T, White R, Hall S. Weighted Likelihoods for the NEF-QVF Family with Application. Can Jour Statist. Citeseer; 2004; 32: 139-157.
Kondo Y, Zidek JV. Bayesian nonparametric subset selection procedures with Weibull components. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia.; 2004.
Wang X, van Eeden C, Zidek JV. Asymptotic properties of maximum weighted likelihood estimators. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference. Elsevier; 2004; 119: 37–54.
van Eeden C, Zidek JV. Combining the data from two normal populations to estimate the mean of one when their means difference is bounded. Journal of Multivariate Analysis. Elsevier; 2004; 88: 19–46.
Hu Feifang, Zidek JV. Forecasting NBA basketball playoff outcomes using the weighted likelihood. Lecture Notes-Monograph Series. 2004;: 385–395.

2003

Fu AQ, Le ND, Zidek JV. A statistical characterization of a simulated Canadian annual maximum rainfall field. TR 2003-17, Statistical and Mathematical Sciences Institute, RTP, NC. North Carolina: Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute; 2003.
Zidek JV, Meloche J, Shaddick G, Chatfield C, White R. A computational model for estimating personal exposure to air pollutants with application to London’s PM10 in 1997. Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia. 2003.
Zidek JV, van Eeden C. Uncertainty, entropy, variance and the effect of partial information. Lecture Notes-Monograph Series. 2003;: 155–167.
Zidek JV, Meloche J, Shaddick G, Chatfield C, White R. A Computational Model for Estimating Personal Exposure to Air Pollutants with Application to London's PM10 in 1997. Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute; 2003.
Hu Feifang, Zidek JV. The weighted likelihood. Quality control and applied statistics. Executive Sciences Institute; 2003; 48: 545–546.
Zidek JV, Sun L, Le ND. Designing Networks for Monitoring Multivariate Environmental Fields Using Data with Monotone Pattern. North Carolina: Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute; 2003.
Le ND, Sun L, Zidek JV. Designing networks for monitoring multivariate environmental fields using data with monotone pattern. Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute, RTP, NC; 2003.
Wang X, Zidek JV. Derivation of Mixture Distributions and Weighted Likelihood Function. Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2003.

2002

Kibria BMGolam, Sun L, Zidek JV, Le ND. Bayesian spatial prediction of random space-time fields with application to mapping PM2. 5 exposure. Journal of the American Statistical Association. Taylor and Francis; 2002; 97: 112–124.
van Eeden C, Zidek JV. Combining sample information in estimating ordered normal means. Sankhy\=a: The Indian Journal of Statistics, Series A. 2002;: 588–610.

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