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Local polynomial estimation in multiparameter likelihood models
 J. Amer. Statist. Assoc
, 1997
"... The nonparametric regression technique of local polynomial ¯tting is extended to multiparameter likelihood models. Some wellknown appealing features of local polynomial smoothers such as the behavior at the boundary, are shown to carry over to the multiparameter case. Asymptotic consistency and no ..."
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The nonparametric regression technique of local polynomial ¯tting is extended to multiparameter likelihood models. Some wellknown appealing features of local polynomial smoothers such as the behavior at the boundary, are shown to carry over to the multiparameter case. Asymptotic consistency
MultiParameter Skeleton Decomposition
 Proc. of the Intern. Symp. on Mathematical Morphology ISMM'94
, 1994
"... . In this work we propose a further generalization of the Morphological Skeleton Decomposition on Boolean Lattices. In this generalization, the family of structuringfunctions which determines the decomposition has its scalar index replaced by a generic index i from a totally or partially ordered ..."
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set I. This enables, for example, skeleton decompositions by richer and more complex families of shapes, characterized by several scalar indices (i.e., a multidimensional index), instead of just a single scalar index. Particular cases and applications are discussed. Key words: Skeleton
Multiparameter operators and sharp weighted inequalities
 Amer. J. Math
, 1997
"... Abstract. This article is concerned with the operators from harmonic analysis which are naturally associated to a multiple parameter family of dilations. We are especially interested here in dealing with questions from the theory of such operators whose answers cannot be obtained by a reduction to t ..."
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to the case of product operators. We also introduce a new tool in order to carry out this multiparameter analysis which comes from the classical theory. This is the concept of “sharp weighted inequalities,” where, for operators such as the Hilbert transform or classical square function, one asks for Hilbert
GEOMETRIC ASPECTS OF MULTIPARAMETER SPECTRAL THEORY
"... Abstract. The paper contains a geometric description of the dimension of the total root subspace of a regular multiparameter system in terms of the intersection multiplicities of its determinantal hypersurfaces. The new definition of regularity used is proved to restrict to the familiar definition ..."
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in the linear case. A decomposability problem is also considered. It is shown that the joint root subspace of a multiparameter system may be decomposable even when the root subspace of each member is indecomposable. 1.
Deformations of Multiparameter Quantum gl(N
 Lett. Math. Phys
, 1995
"... Multiparameter quantum gl(N) is not a rigid structure. This paper defines an essential deformation as one that cannot be interpreted in terms of a similarity transformation, nor as a perturbation of the parameters. All the equivalence classes of first order essential deformations are found, as well ..."
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Multiparameter quantum gl(N) is not a rigid structure. This paper defines an essential deformation as one that cannot be interpreted in terms of a similarity transformation, nor as a perturbation of the parameters. All the equivalence classes of first order essential deformations are found, as well
Optimal Multiparameter Auction Design
, 2014
"... This thesis studies the design of Bayesian revenueoptimal auctions for a class of problems in which buyers have general (nonlinear and multiparameter) preferences. This class includes the classical linear singleparameter problem considered by Myerson (1981), for which he provided a simple chara ..."
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This thesis studies the design of Bayesian revenueoptimal auctions for a class of problems in which buyers have general (nonlinear and multiparameter) preferences. This class includes the classical linear singleparameter problem considered by Myerson (1981), for which he provided a simple
Functional limit theorems for multiparameter fractional Brownian motion
 2006, J. Theoret. Probab
"... Abstract. We prove a general functional limit theorem for multiparameter fractional Brownian motion. The functional law of the iterated logarithm, functional Lévy’s modulus of continuity and many other results are its particular cases. Applications to approximation theory are discussed. 1. ..."
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Abstract. We prove a general functional limit theorem for multiparameter fractional Brownian motion. The functional law of the iterated logarithm, functional Lévy’s modulus of continuity and many other results are its particular cases. Applications to approximation theory are discussed. 1.
TOWARDS POINTVALUE CHARACTERIZATIONS IN MULTIPARAMETER ALGEBRAS
"... Abstract. We extend classical results from the Colombeau algebra, concerning pointvalue characterizations of generalized functions, to the more general case of multiparameter (C,E,P)–algebras. Our investigations include considerations of the different definitions of subspaces related to tempered g ..."
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Abstract. We extend classical results from the Colombeau algebra, concerning pointvalue characterizations of generalized functions, to the more general case of multiparameter (C,E,P)–algebras. Our investigations include considerations of the different definitions of subspaces related to tempered
MultiParameter Identification and Applications in WellLogging
"... We deal with a multiparameter identification problem arising in oil industry. In the general case, we give a local solvability condition to guarantee the wellposedness of the problem. We discuss in detail the identification of two parameters for which some numerical results are given. ..."
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We deal with a multiparameter identification problem arising in oil industry. In the general case, we give a local solvability condition to guarantee the wellposedness of the problem. We discuss in detail the identification of two parameters for which some numerical results are given.
Multiparameter Quantum Deformations of Jordanian Type for Lie Superalgebras ∗
, 2008
"... We discuss quantum deformations of Jordanian type for Lie superalgebras. These deformations are described by twisting functions with support from Borel subalgebras and they are multiparameter in the general case. The total twists are presented in explicit form for the Lie superalgebras sl(mn) and o ..."
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We discuss quantum deformations of Jordanian type for Lie superalgebras. These deformations are described by twisting functions with support from Borel subalgebras and they are multiparameter in the general case. The total twists are presented in explicit form for the Lie superalgebras sl
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