Cheng, Ming-Yen; Hall, Peter
In a range of practical problems the boundary of the support of a bivariate distribution is of interest, for example where it describes a limit to efficiency or performance, or where it determines the physical extremities of a spatially distributed population in forestry, marine science, medicine, meteorology or geology. We suggest a tracking-based method for estimating a support boundary when it is composed of a finite number of smooth curves, meeting together at corners. The smooth parts of...[Show more]
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