Regression Analysis for Multivariate Dependent Count Data Using Convolved Gaussian Processes
Sofro, A'yunin; Shi, Jian Qing; Cao, Chunzheng;
Subject: Statistics - Methodology
Research on Poisson regression analysis for dependent data has been developed rapidly in the last decade. One of difficult problems in a multivariate case is how to construct a cross-correlation structure and at the meantime make sure that the covariance matrix is posit... View more
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