2006 - Fellow of the American Statistical Association (ASA)
Daniel Peña connects relevant research areas such as Maximum likelihood and Probability distribution in the domain of Statistics. His study on Pure mathematics is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Field (mathematics). His research links Pure mathematics with Field (mathematics). His Displacement (psychology) study typically links adjacent topics like Psychotherapist. Much of his study explores Psychotherapist relationship to Displacement (psychology). While working in this field, Daniel Peña studies both Econometrics and Statistics. His study connects Structural basin and Cenozoic. His Phanerozoic research extends to the thematically linked field of Structural basin. Daniel Peña integrates Phanerozoic with Cenozoic in his research.
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A multivariate Kolmogorov-Smirnov test of goodness of fit
Ana Justel;Daniel Peña;Rubén Zamar.
Statistics & Probability Letters (1997)
Robust principal component analysis for functional data
N. Locantore;J. S. Marron;D. G. Simpson;N. Tripoli.
A Course in Time Series Analysis
Daniel Peña;George C. Tiao;Ruey S. Tsay.
Multivariate Outlier Detection and Robust Covariance Matrix Estimation
Daniel Peña;Francisco J Prieto.
Identifying a Simplifying Structure in Time Series
Daniel Peña;George E. P. Box.
Journal of the American Statistical Association (1987)
A periodogram-based metric for time series classification
Jorge Caiado;Nuno Crato;Daniel Peña.
Computational Statistics & Data Analysis (2006)
Persistence and Kurtosis in GARCH and Stochastic Volatility Models
M. Angeles Carnero;Daniel Peña;Esther Ruiz.
Journal of Financial Econometrics (2004)
Outliers in multivariate time series
Ruey S. Tsay;Daniel Peña;Alan E. Pankratz.
Nonstationary dynamic factor analysis
Daniel Peña;Pilar Poncela.
Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference (2006)
Influential Observations in Time Series
Journal of Business & Economic Statistics (1990)
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