Berent Ånund Strømnes LundeUniversity of Stavanger (UiS) · Department of Mathematics and Natural Science
Berent Ånund Strømnes Lunde
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GraphSPME is an open source Python, R and C++ header-only package implement-ing non-parametric sparse precision matrix estimation along with asymptotic Stein-type shrinkage estimation of the covariance matrix. The user defines a potential neighbourhood structure and provides data that potentially are p >> n. This paper introduces a novel approach f...
agtboost is an R package implementing fast gradient tree boosting computations in a manner similar to other established frameworks such as xgboost and LightGBM, but with significant decreases in computation time and required mathematical and technical knowledge. The package automatically takes care of split/no-split decisions and selects the number...
An information theoretic approach to learning the complexity of classification and regression trees and the number of trees in gradient tree boosting is proposed. The optimism (test loss minus training loss) of the greedy leaf splitting procedure is shown to be the maximum of a Cox-Ingersoll-Ross process, from which a generalization-error based inf...
For certain types of statistical models, the characteristic function (Fourier transform) is available in closed form, whereas the probability density function has an intractable form, typically as an infinite sum of probability weighted densities. Important such examples include solutions of stochastic differential equations with jumps, the Tweedie...