Dmitrii Zholud

Forskare at Chalmers, Mathematical Sciences, Applied Mathematics and Statistics

Dmitrii Zholud's primary research interest is Extreme Value Theory and it's applications to the analysis of huge datasets. He is currently working on problems that arise in huge naturalistic driving studies.

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Showing 9 publications

2018

Rejoinder to discussion of the paper “Human life is unlimited—but short”

Holger Rootzen, Dmitrii Zholud
Extremes. Vol. 21 (3), p. 415-424
Journal article
2017

Human life is unlimited - but short

Holger Rootzen, Dmitrii Zholud
Extremes. Vol. 20 (4)
Journal article
2016

Tail estimation for window censored processes

Holger Rootzen, Dmitrii Zholud
Technometrics. Vol. 58 (1), p. 95-103
Journal article
2015

Efficient estimation of the number of false positives in high-throughput screening

Holger Rootzen, Dmitrii Zholud
Biometrika. Vol. 102 (3), p. 695-704
Journal article
2009

Extremes of Shepp statistics for Gaussian random walk

Dmitrii Zholud
Extremes. Vol. 12 (1), p. 1-17
Journal article
2008

Extremes of Shepp statistics for the Wiener process

Dmitrii Zholud
Extremes. Vol. 11 (4), p. 339-351
Journal article

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