Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics
The Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics is well established and authoritative. It covers many topics of current research interest in both pure and applied statistics and probability theory. Written by leading statisticians and institutions, the titles span both state-of-the-art developments in the field and classical methods.
Reflecting the wide range of current research in statistics, the series encompasses applied, methodological and theoretical statistics, ranging from applications and new techniques made possible by advances in computerized practice to rigorous treatment of theoretical approaches.
This series provides essential and invaluable reading for all statisticians, whether in academia, industry, government, or research.
David J. Balding, University College London, UK
Noel A. Cressie, University of Wollongong, Australia
Garrett Fitzmaurice, Havard School of Public Health, USA
Harvey Goldstein, University of Bristol, UK
Iain M. Johnstone, Stanford University, USA
Geert Molenberghs, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
David W. Scott, Rice University, USA
Ruey S. Tsay, University of Chicago, USA
Adrian F. M. Smith, University of London, UK
Sanford Weisberg, University of Minnesota, USA