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Format: 2015
Report # (Alt Rpt #) Date Author Title
May 2015
A.O. Hero
B. Rajaratnam
Foundational Principles for Large Scale Inference: Illustrations Through Correlation Mining
May 2015
Y. Chen
E. Candès
Solving Random Quadratic Systems of Equations is Nearly as Easy as Solving Linear Systems
May 2015
L. Janson
R. Foygel Barber
E. Candès
EigenPrism: Inference for High-Dimensional Signal-to-Noise Ratios
May 2015
V.I. Morgenshtern
E.J. Candès
Super-Resolution of Positive Sources: The Discrete Setup
May 2015
W. Su
E. Candès
SLOPE is Adaptive to Unknown Sparsity and Asymptotically Minimax
Apr 2015
A. Grandhi
W. Guo
J.P. Romano
Control of Directional Errors in Fixed Sequence Multiple Testing
Mar 2015
K. Basu
A.B. Owen
Scrambled Geometric Net Integration Over General Product Spaces
Mar 2015
A.B. Owen
J. Wang
Bi-Cross-Validation for Factor Analysis
Mar 2015
S. Bacallado
P. Diaconis
S. Holmes
De Finetti Priors Using Markov Chain Monte Carlo Computations
Mar 2015
D. Donoho
A. Montanari
Variance Breakdown of Huber (M)-Estimators in the High-Dimensional Linear Model
Feb 2015
D. Guillot
A. Khare
B. Rajaratnam
Preserving Positivity for Matrices with Sparsity Constraints
Jan 2015
A. Hero
B. Rajaratnam
Large Scale Correlation Mining for Biomolecular Network Discovery
Jan 2015
B. Rajaratnam
S. Roberts
D. Sparks
O. Dalal
Lasso Regression: Estimation and Shrinkage via Limit of Gibbs Sampling
Sep 2014
I.A. Canay
J.P. Romano
A.M. Shaikh
Randomization Tests Under an Approximate Symmetry Assumption
Sep 2014
A. Montanari Computational Implications of Reducing Data to Sufficient Statistics