Sequential methods for design-adaptive estimation of discontinuities in regression curves and surfaces
In fault-line estimation in spatial problems it is sometimes possible to choose design points sequentially, by working one's way gradually through the "response plane," rather than distributing design points across the plane prior to conducting statistical analysis. For example, when estimating a change line in the concentration of resources on or under the sea bed, individual measurements can be particularly expensive to make. In such cases, sequential, design-adaptive methods are attractive....[Show more]
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