1. "A justification of some common laws of mortality," Transactions

2. "A note on the definition of asymptotic normality for multi-dimensional

3. "Asymptotic means and variances in the k-dimensional case," Ph.D.

4. "Examples bearing on the definition of fiducial probability with

5. "A note on the rate of convergence of a mean," Biometrika,

6. "A note on the re-use of samples," Annals of Mathematical

7. "Necessary and sufficient conditions for a statistical problem to

8. "A technique for measuring the spectral density matrix of two

9. "The asymptotic behavior of Tukey's general method of setting

10. "A property of low-pass filters," SIAM Review, Vol. 7 (1965),

11. "A moving average representation for random variables covariance

12. "An introduction to polyspectra," Annals of Mathematical

13. "The analyticity of the roots of a polynomial as functions of the

14. "The application of the jackknife to the analysis of sample

15. "An extremal property of the conditional expectation,"

16. D.R. Brillinger and M. Rosenblatt, "Asymptotic theory of estimates

17. D.R. Brillinger and M. Rosenblatt, "Asymptotic theory of estimates

18. D.R. Brillinger and M. Rosenblatt, "Computation and interpretation

19. "Bounded polymeasures and associated translation commutative

20. "Estimation of the cross-spectrum of a stationary bivariate

21. D.R. Brillinger and M. Hatanaka, "An harmonic analysis of

22. "The calculation of cumulants via conditioning, Annals of the

23. "The canonical analysis of stationary time series," pp. 331-350 in

24. "An asymptotic representation of the sample distribution

25. "Asymptotic properties of spectral estimates of second

26. "A search for a relationship between monthly sunspot numbers and

27. "The identification of polynomial systems by means of higher

28. D.R. Brillinger and M. Hatanaka, "A permanent income

29. "The frequency analysis of relations between stationary spatial

30. "On the number of solutions of systems of random equations," Annals

31. "The spectral analysis of stationary interval

32. "Estimating the mean of a stationary time series by

33. "A power spectral estimate insensitive to transients,"

34. "The analysis of time series collected in an experimental

35. "An empirical investigation of the Chandler wobble and two

36. "Cross-spectral analysis of processes with stationary

37. "The asymptotic distribution of the Whittaker periodgram and

38. "The Fourier analysis of stationary processes," Proceedings of

39. Time Series: Data Analysis and Theory, New York, Holt, Rinehart and

40. "Statistical inference for stationary point processes,"

41. "The identification of point process systems," Annals

42. "Estimation of product densities," Computer Science and Statistics:

43. D.R. Brillinger, H.L. Bryant and J.P. Segundo, "Identification of

44. "Measuring the association of point processes: a case

45. "Estimation of the second-order intensities of a bivariate

46. "Some history of the data analysis of time series in the United

47. D.R. Brillinger, H.L. Bryant and J.P. Segundo, "Identification of

48. "Approximate estimation of the standard errors of complex

49. "The identification of a particular nonlinear time series

50. "Comparative aspects of the study of ordinary time series and

51. "A note on a representation for the Gauss-Poisson process," Stoch.

52. W.A. Silveria and D.R. Brillinger, "On maximum wave heights

53. D.R. Brillinger, A. Udias and B.A. Bolt, "Un modelo

54. W.H.K. Lee and D.R. Brillinger, "A point process analysis of Chinese

55. D.R. Brillinger, L.V. Jones and J.W. Tukey, The Role of

56. "A note on the estimation of evoked response,"

56a. "Obituary: Henry Scheffe 1907-1977". J. Roy. Statist. Soc. Swr. A 141, 406-407 (1978)

57. "Analyzing point processes subjected to random deletions," Canadian

58. "A continuous form of post-stratification," Ann. Inst. Stat.

59. G. Hung, D.R. Brillinger and L. Stark, "Interpretation of kernels,

60. B.A. Bolt and D.R. Brillinger, "Estimation of uncertainties

61. D.R. Brillinger and J.P. Segundo, "Empirical examination of the

62. "Confidence intervals for the cross-covariance function," Selecta

63. W.H.K. Lee and D.R. Brillinger, "On Chinese earthquake history - an

64. D.R. Brillinger, A. Udias and B.A. Bolt, "A probability model

65. Vremenne Ryad: Oraotka Dannh e. Teoreya. Mir Publisher,

66. D.R. Brillinger, J. Guckenheimer, P. Guttorp and G. Oster,

67. "Analysis of variance problems under time series models,"

68. A. Udias, E. Buforn, D.R. Brillinger and B.A. Bolt, "A

69. "The comparison of least squares and third-order

70. Time Series: Data Analysis and Theory (Expanded Edition) Holden-Day

71. "Some aspects of the analysis of evoked response experiments,"

72. "Some aspects of modern population mathematics," Canadian J.

73. "The key role of tapering in spectrum estimation," IEEE

74. "The general linear model in the design and analysis of

75. Problem 6372. Amer. Math. Monthly, Vol. 88, (1981), 769. -

76. "Asymptotic normality of finite Fourier transforms of

77. "Seismic risk assessment: some statistical aspects," Earthquake

78. A Udias, E. Buforn, D.R. Brillinger and B.A. Bolt, "Joint

79. "A generalized linear model with `Gaussian' regressor

80. "Some bounds for seismic risk," Bull. Seismol. Soc. Amer. Vol.

81. "Some contrasting examples of the time and frequency domain approaches to time

82. J.A. Comis, E. Marg, D.R. Brillinger, D.P. Rudiak, E.L. Keller,

83. "Statistics in Fertility Research: Value and Limitations,"

84. "Jump process," Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences, Vol. 4, J. Wiley, New York

85. D.R. Brillinger and H.K. Preisler, "Maximum likelihood estimation in a latent

86. "The finite Fourier transform of a stationary process, "

87. "Statistical inference for random processes," Proceedings

88. "Statistical inference for irregularly observed

89. D.R. Brillinger and H.K. Preisler, "An exploratory analysis of the

90. "Tukey's work on time series analysis," The Collected Works of J.W.

91. D.R. Brillinger and H.K. Preisler, "Further analysis of

92. D.R. Brillinger and J.W. Tukey, "Spectrum analysis in the presence

93. "A maximum likelihood approach to frequency-wavenumber

94. "Fourier inference: some methods for the analysis of array

95. "Statistics," New Canadian Encyclopedia, Hurtig (1985), p. 1754.

96. "Some statistical aspects of NMR spectroscopy" Actas del Segundo

96a. Lehmann, E. L., Brillinger, D.R. and Singer, I.M. "Jack Carl Kiefer, Statis tics and Mathematics: Berkeley".

97. "Regression for randomly sampled spatial series: the trigonometric

98. "What do seismology and neurophysiology have in common? -

99. D.R. Brillinger and H.K. Preisler, "Two examples of quantal

100. "The natural variability of vital rates and associated statistics

101. "Fitting cosines : some procedures and some physical examples,"

102. "Analysing interacting nerve cell spike trains to assess causal

103. "Statistiques," L'encyclopedie du Canada, Hurtig (1987), p.1871.

104. "The maximum likelihood approach to the identification of neuronal

105. The 1983 Wald Memorial Lectures : "Some statistical methods for

106. P. Bloomfield, D.R. Brillinger, D.W. Nychka and R.S. Stolarski,

107. "Maximum likelihood analysis of spike trains of interacting

108. "An elementary trend analysis of Rio Negro levels at Manaus,

109. "Estimating the chances of large earthquakes by radiocarbon dating

110. K. Sieh, M. Stuiver and D.R. Brillinger, "A more precise chronology

111. "Consistent detection of a montonic trend superposed on a

112. D.R. Brillinger, K.H. Downing and R.M. Glaeser,

113. J.R. Rosenberg, A.M. Amjad, P. Breeze, D.R. Brillinger and

114. "Parameter estimation for nonGaussian processes via second and third

115. "Some examples of the statistical analysis of seismological

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