James B. Duke Professor of Statistics and Decision Sciences
Ahn, S, Chertkov, M, Gelfand, AE, Park, S, and Shin, J. "Maximum weight matching using odd-sized cycles: Max-product belief propagation and half-integrality." March 1, 2018.
Wang, F, Wang, J, Gelfand, A, and Li, F. "Accommodating the ecological fallacy in disease mapping in the absence of individual exposures." Statistics in medicine 36, no. 30 (December 2017): 4930-4942.
White, P, Gelfand, A, and Utlaut, T. "Prediction and model comparison for areal unit data." Spatial Statistics 22 (November 2017): 89-106.
Paci, L, Beamonte, MA, Gelfand, AE, Gargallo, P, and Salvador, M. "Analysis of residential property sales using space–time point patterns." Spatial Statistics 21 (August 2017): 149-165.
Shirota, S, and Gelfand, AE. "Approximate Bayesian Computation and Model Assessment for Repulsive Spatial Point Processes." Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics 26, no. 3 (July 3, 2017): 646-657.
EAGER-NEON: Probabilistic forecasting of biodiversity response to intensifying drought: A proposal to combine NEON with national climate, species, and trait data bases awarded by National Science Foundation
Collaborative Research: Climate Change Impacts on Forest Biodiversity: Individual Risk to Subcontinental Impacts awarded by National Science Foundation
CDI-Type II: Integrating Algorithmic and Stochastic Modeling Techniques for Environmental Prediction awarded by National Science Foundation
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Ph.D., Stanford University (1969)
M.S., Stanford University (1967)
B.S., City College of New York (1965)