Greg Rice

University of Utah
Department of Mathematics, JWB 115
155 S 1400 E RM 233
Salt Lake City, UT, 84112-0090
Email: rice"at" math "dot" utah "dot" edu



Office Hours: 10:30-11:30AM, Tuesday

Research

My research is focused on statistical inference with high dimensional data and the development of the related probability theory. In particular, most of my work is in functional time series analysis. My interests include:

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Publications

  • Weak invariance principles for sums of dependent random functions (with Istvan Berkes, and Lajos Horvath) Stochastic Processes and Their Applications , 123 , (2013), 100--119 pdf file

  • Test of independence for functional data (with Lajos Horvath and Marie Huskova) Journal of Multivariate Analysis , 117 , (2013), 100--119 pdf file

  • Testing stationarity of functional time series (with Lajos Horvath and Piotr Kokoszka) Journal of Econometrics , 179 , (2014), 66--82 pdf file

  • Extensions of some classical methods in change point analysis (with Lajos Horvath) TEST , 23 , (2014), 219--255 pdf file

  • Testing the equality of means when the observations are from functional time series (with Lajos Horvath) Journal of Time Series Analysis , TO APPEAR , (0000), 000--000 pdf file

  • Testing for independence between two functional time series (with Lajos Horvath) Journal of Econometrics , TO APPEAR , (0000), 000--000 pdf file

  • Adaptive bandwidth selection in the estimation of the long run covariance of functional time series (with Lajos Horvath and Stephen Whipple) Computational Statistics and Data Analysis , TO APPEAR , (0000), 000--000 pdf file



    In Preparation
  • The limit distribution of the long run covariance estimator with functional time series (with Lajos Horvath and Istvan Berkes)

  • Testing the equality of the means of stationary functional time series under and increasing number of populations


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    Teaching

    Spring 2015



    Fall 2014



    Summer 2014