Statistical models and inference for spatial point patterns with intensity-dependent marks
PublisherUniversity of Jyväskylä
Bayesian modelling Bitterlich sampling density-dependence Gaussian excursion set log Gaussian Cox process mark-dependent thinning marked point process MCMC pine samplings random set marked Cox process tropical rainforest tilastomenetelmät bayesilainen menetelmä Monte Carlo -menetelmät algoritmit sademetsät
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Kuronen, Mikko; Särkkä, Aila; Vihola, Matti; Myllymäki, Mari (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2021)We propose a hierarchical log Gaussian Cox process (LGCP) for point patterns, where a set of points xx affects another set of points yy but not vice versa. We use the model to investigate the effect of large trees on the ...