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Format: 2020
Report # (Alt Rpt #) Date Author Title
2011-10
Nov 2011
D. Donoho
I. Johnstone
A. Montanari
Accurate Prediction of Phase Transitions in Compressed Sensing via a Connection to Minimax Denoising
2011-09
Oct 2011
E.Y. Chung
J.P. Romano
Asymptotically Valid and Exact Permutation Tests Based on Two-Sample U-Statistics
2011-08
Aug 2011
P. Diaconis
J. Fulman
S. Holmes
Analysis of Casino Shelf Shuffling Machines
2011-07
Aug 2011
P. Diaconis The Mathematics of Mixing Things Up
2011-06
May 2011
J.P. Romano
M. Wolf
Alternative Tests for Monotonicity in Expected Asset Returns
2011-05
May 2011
E.Y. Chung
J.P. Romano
Exact and Asymptotically Robust Permutation Tests
2011-04
May 2011
B. Nadler
I.M. Johnstone
On the Distribution of Roy's Largest Root Test in MANOVA and in Signal Detection in Noise
2011-03
Apr 2011
D. Donoho
I. Johnstone
A. Maleki
A. Montanari
Compressed Sensing over l_p-balls: Minimax Mean Square Error
2011-02
Mar 2011
D. Han
T.L. Lai
Critical Surface of an Epidemic Spreading on a Growth Network
2011-01
Feb 2011
J.P. Romano
A.M. Shaikh
M. Wolf
Consonance and the Closure Method in Multiple Testing

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