Best Probability Density Function for Random Sampled Data
AbstractThe maximum entropy method is a theoretically sound approach to construct an analytical form for the probability density function (pdf) given a sample of random events. In practice, numerical methods employed to determine the appropriate Lagrange multipliers associated with a set of moments are generally unstable in the presence of noise due to limited sampling. A robust method is presented that always returns the best pdf, where tradeoff in smoothing a highly varying function due to noise can be controlled. An unconventional adaptive simulated annealing technique, called funnel diffusion, determines expansion coefficients for Chebyshev polynomials in the exponential function. View Full-Text
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Jacobs, D.J. Best Probability Density Function for Random Sampled Data. Entropy 2009, 11, 1001-1024.
Jacobs DJ. Best Probability Density Function for Random Sampled Data. Entropy. 2009; 11(4):1001-1024.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jacobs, Donald J. 2009. "Best Probability Density Function for Random Sampled Data." Entropy 11, no. 4: 1001-1024.