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Hidden Second-order Stationary Spatial Point Processes

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In the existing statistical literature, the almost default choice for inference on inhomogeneous point processes is the most well-known model class for inhomogeneous point processes: reweighted second-order stationary processes. In particular, the K-function related to this type of inhomogeneity is presented as the inhomogeneous K-function. In the present paper, we put a
number of inhomogeneous model classes (including the class of reweighted second-order stationary processes) into the common general framework of hidden second-order stationary processes, allowing for a transfer of statistical inference procedures for second-order stationary processes based on summary statistics to each of these model classes for inhomogeneous point processes. In particular, a general method to test the hypothesis that a given point pattern can be ascribed to a specific inhomogeneous model class is developed. Using the new theoretical framework, we reanalyse three inhomogeneous point patterns that have earlier been analysed in the statistical literature and show that the conclusions concerning an appropriate model class must be revised for some of the point patterns.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftScandinavian Journal of Statistics
Vol/bind43
Nummer2
Sider (fra-til)455-475
Antal sider21
ISSN0303-6898
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StatusUdgivet - 14 maj 2016

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