Steven P. Lalley

Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States 
 University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Statistics, Mathematics
"Steven Lalley"


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David O. Siegmund grad student 1981 Stanford
 (Repeated Likelihood Ratio Tests for Curved Exponential Families)


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Jason H. Stover grad student 2000 Purdue
George Kordzakhia grad student 2003 Chicago
Xinghua Zheng grad student 2008 Chicago
Winfried R. Barta grad student 2012 Chicago
Mohammad A. Rezaei grad student 2013 Chicago
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Lalley SP, Zheng B. (2015) Critical branching Brownian motion with killing Electronic Journal of Probability. 20
Lalley SP. (2014) Statistical regularities of self-intersection counts for geodesics on negatively curved surfaces Duke Mathematical Journal. 163: 1191-1261
Lalley SP, Perkins EA, Zheng X. (2014) A phase transition for measure-valued sir epidemic processes Annals of Probability. 42: 237-310
Lalley SP, Shao Y. (2014) On the maximal displacement of critical branching random walk Probability Theory and Related Fields. 162: 71-96
Crane H, Lalley SP. (2013) Convergence rates of Markov chains on spaces of partitions Electronic Journal of Probability. 18
GouèZel S, Lalley SP. (2013) Random walks on co-compact fuchsian groups Annales Scientifiques De L'Ecole Normale Superieure. 46: 129-173
Chas M, Lalley SP. (2012) Self-intersections in combinatorial topology: Statistical structure Inventiones Mathematicae. 188: 429-463
Lalley SP, Zheng X. (2011) Occupation statistics of critical branching random walks in two or higher dimensions Annals of Probability. 39: 327-368
Lalley SP, Zheng X. (2010) Spatial epidemics and local times for critical branching random walks in dimensions 2 and 3 Probability Theory and Related Fields. 148: 527-566
Lalley SP. (2009) Spatial epidemics: Critical behavior in one dimension Probability Theory and Related Fields. 144: 429-469
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