Henry L. Gray

Affiliations: 
Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, United States 
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Statistics
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Zhu Wang grad student 2004 SMU
Liangang Liu grad student 2005 SMU
Stephen Robertson grad student 2008 SMU
Mengyuan T. Xu grad student 2008 SMU
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Xu M, Woodward WA, Gray HL. (2013) Using time deformation to filter nonstationary time series with multiple time-frequency structures Journal of Probability and Statistics
Xu M, Cohlmia KB, Woodward WA, et al. (2012) G-filtering nonstationary time series Journal of Probability and Statistics
Robertson SD, Gray HL, Woodward WA. (2010) The generalized linear chirp process Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference. 140: 3676-3687
Woodward WA, Gray HL, Haney JR, et al. (2009) Examining factors to better understand autoregressive models American Statistician. 63: 335-342
Wang Z, Woodward WA, Gray HL. (2009) The application of the Kalman filter to nonstationary time series through time deformation Journal of Time Series Analysis. 30: 559-574
Vijverberg CPC, Gray HL. (2009) Discrete euler processes and their applications Journal of Forecasting. 28: 293-315
Woodward WA, Gray HL, Gupta I, et al. (2007) Use of time-deformation methods to discriminate between earthquakes and explosions on the basis of Lg alone Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America. 97: 1196-1203
Choi EH, Woodward WA, Gray HL. (2006) Euler(p, q) processes and their application to non stationary time series with time varying frequencies Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods. 35: 2245-2262
Jiang H, Gray HL, Woodward WA. (2006) Time-frequency analysis-G (λ)-stationary processes Computational Statistics and Data Analysis. 51: 1997-2028
Gray HL, Vijverberg CPC, Woodward WA. (2005) Nonstationary data analysis by time deformation Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods. 34: 163-192
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