Huynh, V.-N., Kreinovich, V., Sriboonchitta, S., Suriya, K. (Eds.)
2013, XVI, 319 p. 34 illus.
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Presents recent research on Maximum Entropy Econometrics and Related Topics
Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference of the Thailand Econometric Society TES'2013
Written by leading experts in the field
Unlike uncertain dynamical systems in physical sciences where models for prediction are somewhat given to us by physical laws, uncertain dynamical systems in economics need statistical models. In this context, modeling and optimization surface as basic ingredients for fruitful applications. This volume concentrates on the current methodology of copulas and maximum entropy optimization.
This volume contains main research presentations at the Sixth International Conference of the Thailand Econometrics Society held at the Faculty of Economics, Chiang Mai University, Thailand, during January 10-11, 2013. It consists of keynote addresses, theoretical and applied contributions. These contributions to Econometrics are somewhat centered around the theme of Copulas and Maximum Entropy Econometrics. The method of copulas is applied to a variety of economic problems where multivariate model building and correlation analysis are needed. As for the art of choosing copulas in practical problems, the principle of maximum entropy surfaces as a potential way to do so. The state-of-the-art of Maximum Entropy Econometrics is presented in the first keynote address, while the second keynote address focusses on testing stationarity in economic time series data.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Economtetric Society - Intelligent Systems - Maximum Entropy Econometrics