Eduardo Ribeiro Junior

Eduardo Ribeiro Junior
University of São Paulo | USP · Departamento de Ciências Exatas (LCE) (ESALQ)

Bachelor of Statistics

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Education
February 2017 - February 2019
University of São Paulo
Field of study
  • Statistics and Agronomic Experimentation
February 2012 - July 2016
Universidade Federal do Paraná
Field of study
  • Statistics

Publications

Publications (8)
Article
Fresh salmon safety and quality is a major concern of consumers. In the current research, the effects of chitosan films incorporated with pink pepper residue extract and combined with modified atmosphere packaging (100% CO2) on quality properties of skinless salmon fillets during refrigerated storage (2 °C) were evaluated in the course of 28 days....
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A Weibull-model-based approach is examined to handle under- and overdispersed discrete data in a hierarchical framework. This methodology was first introduced by Nakagawa and Osaki (1975, IEEE Transactions on Reliability, 24, 300–301), and later examined for under- and overdispersion by Klakattawi et al. (2018, Entropy, 20, 142) in the univariate c...
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In the analysis of count data often the equidispersion assumption is not suitable, hence the Poisson regression model is inappropriate. As a generalization of the Poisson distribution, the COM-Poisson distribution can deal with under-, equi- and overdispersed count data. It is a member of the exponential family of distributions and has well known s...
Conference Paper
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Dados de contagem são frequentes em estudos experimentais. Para análise desses dados, o modelo de regressão Poisson é largamente utilizado porém, devido a sua suposição de equidispersão é inadequado para diversas situações. Uma alternativa paramétrica para análise de contagens não equidispersas é o modelo COM-Poisson que, com a adição de um parâmet...
Thesis
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Variáveis aleatórias de contagem são de natureza discreta e representam o número de ocorrências de um evento em um domínio discreto ou contínuo. Para análise estatística dessas variáveis, o modelo de Poisson é amplamente utilizado. Porém, não são raras as situações de sub ou superdispersão, que inviabilizam o emprego desse modelo. Uma alternativa p...

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