Special Issue "Applied and Computational Statistics"
A special issue of Mathematics (ISSN 2227-7390).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2019) | Viewed by 10751
A printed edition of this Special Issue is available here.
Interests: applied and computational statistics; molecular modeling; genetic analysis; statistical modeling in medicine; integrated health informatics system; medical diagnostic research; statistical inference; medical imaging analysis; assisted decision systems; research ethics; social media and health information; evidence-based medicine
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The researches on statistical population, sample, or model have application in all research areas and are conducted to gain knowledge for real-world problems. The increase of the power of calculation opens the path to computational statistics, translation of algorithms, implementation of statistical methods and computer simulations. These areas are developing rapidly, providing solutions to multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, or transdisciplinary topics. The goal of this Special Issue is to present a collection of articles on applied and computational statistical methods, methodologies, applications and software, a bridge between statistic theory and its applications.
Submissions in areas of applied and computational statistics are invited, reporting (but not limited to):
- Methods (including resampling, optimization, Monte Carlo, regression, artificial neural networks, etc.)
- Algorithms (including design, analysis, and validation) for numerical analysis, statistics, image processing, etc.
- Software (including different implementations, software validation, software errors, etc.)
- Data analysis (including inferential statistics, distribution theory, stochastic analysis, etc.)
- Big data (analysis, management, retrieval, etc.)
- Data mining and data science (databases, visualization, etc.)
- In silico approaches, methodologies and results (including with parallel and distributed computing)
Are welcomed high-quality original theoretical and applied research papers, reviews, articles crossing biological and medical sciences, computer science and information technology, engineering, social sciences, etc.
Prof. Dr. Sorana D. Bolboaca
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- Statistical and computational methods
- Statistical and computational methodologies and approaches
- Statistics algorithms and software
- In silico statistical approaches
- Data analysis and analytics
- Big data and data mining