Date of Award
Master of Science
David Spade, Chao Zhu
This thesis proposes an outlier-resistant multiplicative component model for doubly stochastic point processes. The model is based on a principal component decomposition of the log-intensity functions, using heavy-tailed t-distributions for the component scores. As an example of application, the temporal distribution of bike check-out times in the Divvy bike sharing system of Chicago is analyzed using the t-model.
Elsaesser, Leo Stephan, "Outlier-Resistant Models for Doubly Stochastic Point Processes" (2019). Theses and Dissertations. 2064.