APSPS/統計数学セミナー 10/25

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東京大学の小池です。

10月のAsia-Pacific Seminar in Probability and Statistics (APSPS)の告知です。

Date: 25 October (Wed), 2023
Time: 14:30 (Japan)
Speaker: Alejandro Frery-Organbide, School of Mathematics and
Statistics, Victoria University of Wellington
Title: Time Series Analysis with Ordinal Patterns
Abstract: Ordinal Patterns are a non-parametric transformation of
subsequences. They were proposed by Bandt and Pompe in 2002 as a means
to unveil the underlying dynamics that govern time series. Ordinal
Patterns have several interesting properties, among them being
resistant to outliers and invariant to strictly increasing
transformations. With almost 3000 citations, they are a powerful tool
for analysing time series. This talk is an overview of Ordinal
Patterns, ways of analysing them, applications, recent results, and
future research directions.

https://sites.google.com/view/apsps/home


東京大学からは、統計数学セミナーを通して、Zoomで配信します。
参加希望の方は以下のGoogle Formより2日前までにご登録ください。
ご登録後、会議参加に必要なURLを送付いたします。
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScNhn3tUP6roEf5cdRZgEuft_vhFtEm6h1HuAEOp-5Crz-i7g/viewform

統計数学セミナーオーガナイザー
吉田 朋広(東大数理),荻原 哲平(東大情報理工), 小池 祐太(東大数理)
Nakahiro Yoshida (University of Tokyo), Teppei Ogihara (University of
Tokyo), Yuta Koike (University of Tokyo)
Email:  ogi...@mist.i.u-tokyo.ac.jp
Web:  http://www.ms.u-tokyo.ac.jp/seminar/probstat/future.html





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Asia-Pacific Seminar in Probability and Statistics


The seminar is created as a permanent forum for good research in the
field. It is our way to counterbalance the restrictions imposed on us
by the pandemic and to still promote scientific exchange and
cooperation. It will run using Zoom.

Topics include probabilistic models for natural phenomena, stochastic
processes and statistical inference, statistical problems in
high-dimensional spaces, asymptotic methods, statistical theory of
diversity. At the same time, there are no restrictions on other topics
of the seminar presentations.

The emphasis is on novelty, but even more so, on beauty, and clarity.
Where possible, heuristic arguments are preferred to presentation of
technical details.  Speakers are encouraged to discuss meaningful
applications and open problems.  Good reviews are welcome.
Presentations should be accessible to good postgraduate students in
probability and mathematical statistics.

The Board of the Seminar consists of

Sanjay Chaudhuri (NUS, Singapore),
Mark Holmes (University of Melbourne, currently at UBC, Vancouver),
Estate Khmaladze (VUW, Wellington), Chair,
Soumendu Sundar Mukherjee (ISI, Kolkata),
Teppei Ogihara (University of Tokyo, Tokyo)
Spiro Penev (UNSW, Sydney),
Rahul Roy (ISI, Delhi)
Lijiang Yang (Tsinghua University, Beijing)
Nakahiro Yoshida (University of Tokyo,Tokyo).


The Board is responsible for the programme. All of us will be happy to
discuss details with potential speakers. Please, e-mail us if you
would like to contribute -- addresses readily obtainable on the web.

We plan to run seminars on Wednesdays, once a month. Time will vary in
between UTC+10 - UTC+12 (India) and UTC+17 - UTC+20 (New Zealand).
Specific dates will be given on the web-page
                                https://sites.google.com/view/apsps/home

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