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

### 2012

Unbiasing estimates from preferentially sampled spatial data. Relatorio Technico. 2012; 268. .

Stochastic models for the effects of duration of load on lumber properties. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2012. .

Efficient stabilization of crop yield prediction in the Canadian Prairies. Agricultural and forest meteorology. Elsevier; 2012; 152: 223–232. .

Contemporary Developments in Bayesian Analysis and Statistical Decision Theory: A Festschrift for William E. Strawderman. In: . Institute of Mathematical Statistics Collections; 2012. pp. 131-153. .

Modeling nonstationary processes through dimension expansion. Journal of the American Statistical Association. Taylor and Francis; 2012; 107: 281–289. .

### 2011

An empirical assessment of bayesian melding for mapping ozone pollution. Environmetrics. Wiley Online Library; 2011; 22: 340–353. .

### 2010

Predicting Sequences of Progressive Events Times with Time-dependent Covariates. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2010. .

Predicting phenological events using event-history analysis. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2010. .

Monitoring network design. Handbook of Spatial Statistics. CRC Press PJ Diggle, M. Fuentes, and P. Guttorp, Boca Raton, FL; 2010;: 131–148. .

Modeling hourly ozone concentration fields. The Annals of Applied Statistics. Institute of Mathematical Statistics; 2010; 4: 1183–1213. .

Model selection for the binary dichotomized temperature processes. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2010. .

Air Pollution and Cancer. Chronic Diseases in Canada. 2010; 29. .

Uncertainty and the conditional variance. Statistics and probability letters. Elsevier; 2010; 80: 1764–1770. .

### 2009

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. .

r-th order categorical Markov chains. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2009. .

An analysis of Alberta's climate. Part i: Nonhomogenized data. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2009. .

Bayesian Empirical Orthogonal Functions. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2009. .

Temporal prediction with a Bayesian spatial predictor: an application to ozone fields. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2009. .

### 2008

Recalibrating ozone chemical transport models. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2008. .

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. .

Estimating exposure response functions using ambient pollution concentrations. The Annals of Applied Statistics. Institute of Mathematical Statistics; 2008; 2: 1249–1270. .

### 2007

A dynamic linear model for hourly ozone concentrations. Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2007. .

An appraisal of bayesian melding for physical-statistical modeling. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2007. .

A framework for predicting personal exposures to environmental hazards. Environmental and Ecological Statistics. Springer; 2007; 14: 411–431. .

Designing environmental monitoring networks to measure extremes. Environmental and Ecological Statistics. Springer; 2007; 14: 301–321. .

Calibrating deterministic modeling output with application of ozone fields. Department of Statistics, The University of British Columbia; 2007. .

A Dynamic Linear Model for Hourly Ozone Concentrations. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2007. .

### 2006

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;. .

Editorial:(Post-normal) statistical science. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society). Wiley Online Library; 2006; 169: 1–4. .

The matrix-t distribution and its applications in predictive inference. Journal of Multivariate Analysis. Elsevier; 2006; 97: 785–795. .

Statistical analysis of environmental space-time processes. Springer Science and Business Media; 2006. .

### 2005

Multi-agent predictors of an exponential interevent time. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2005. .

Selecting likelihood weights by cross-validation. The Annals of Statistics. Institute of Mathematical Statistics; 2005; 33: 463–500. .

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. .

Using a probabilistic model (pCNEM) to estimate personal exposure to air pollution. Environmetrics. Wiley Online Library; 2005; 16: 481–493. .

### 2004

Forecasting NBA basketball playoff outcomes using the weighted likelihood. Lecture Notes-Monograph Series. 2004;: 385–395. .

[Statistical Issues in Studies of the Long-Term Effects of Air Pollution: The Southern California Children's Health Study]: Comment. Statistical Science. 2004; 19: 442–443. .

Weighted Likelihoods for the NEF-QVF Family with Application. Can Jour Statist. Citeseer; 2004; 32: 139-157. .

Bayesian nonparametric subset selection procedures with Weibull components. Vancouver, BC: Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia.; 2004. .

Asymptotic properties of maximum weighted likelihood estimators. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference. Elsevier; 2004; 119: 37–54. .

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. .

### 2003

Designing Networks for Monitoring Multivariate Environmental Fields Using Data with Monotone Pattern. North Carolina: Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute; 2003. .

Designing networks for monitoring multivariate environmental fields using data with monotone pattern. Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute, RTP, NC; 2003. .

Derivation of Mixture Distributions and Weighted Likelihood Function. Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia; 2003. .

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. .

A computational model for estimating personal exposure to air pollutants with application to Londons PM10 in 1997. Department of Statistics, University of British Columbia. 2003. .

Uncertainty, entropy, variance and the effect of partial information. Lecture Notes-Monograph Series. 2003;: 155–167. .

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. .

The weighted likelihood. Quality control and applied statistics. Executive Sciences Institute; 2003; 48: 545–546. .

### 2002

Combining sample information in estimating ordered normal means. Sankhy\=a: The Indian Journal of Statistics, Series A. 2002;: 588–610. .