References in zbMATH (referenced in 14 articles )

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  1. Brian Bader: Automated, Efficient, and Practical Extreme Value Analysis with Environmental Applications (2016) arXiv
  2. Prangle, Dennis: Lazy ABC (2016)
  3. Ruli, Erlis; Sartori, Nicola; Ventura, Laura: Approximate Bayesian computation with composite score functions (2016)
  4. Shang, Hongwei; Yan, Jun; Zhang, Xuebin: A two-step approach to model precipitation extremes in California based on max-stable and marginal point processes (2015)
  5. Bacro, Jean-Noel; Gaetan, Carlo: Estimation of spatial max-stable models using threshold exceedances (2014)
  6. Ferreira, Ana; De Haan, Laurens: The generalized Pareto process; with a view towards application and simulation (2014)
  7. Yuen, Robert; Stoev, Stilian: CRPS M-estimation for max-stable models (2014)
  8. Davison, A.C.; Huser, R.; Thibaud, E.: Geostatistics of dependent and asymptotically independent extremes (2013)
  9. Gilleland, Eric; Ribatet, Mathieu; Stephenson, Alec G.: A software review for extreme value analysis (2013)
  10. Cooley, Daniel; Cisewski, Jessi; Erhardt, Robert J.; Jeon, Soyoung; Mannshardt, Elizabeth; Omolo, Bernard Oguna; Sun, Ying: A survey of spatial extremes: measuring spatial dependence and modeling spatial effects (2012)
  11. Cooley, D.; Sain, S.R.: Discussion of “Statistical modeling of spatial extremes” by A. C. Davison, S. A. Padoan and M. Ribatet (2012)
  12. Oesting, Marco: Spatial interpolation and prediction of Gaussian and max-stable processes (2012)
  13. Lantuéjoul, Christian; Bacro, Jean-Noël; Bel, Liliane: Storm processes and stochastic geometry (2011)
  14. Turkman, Kamil Feridun; Amaral Turkman, M.A.; Pereira, J.M.: Asymptotic models and inference for extremes of spatio-temporal data (2010)