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Holmes, Mark - Department of Statistics, University of Auckland
Weak convergence of measure-valued processes and r-point functions.
The scaling limit of senile reinforced random walk Mark Holmes
Fast large-sample goodness-of-fit tests for copulas Ivan Kojadinovica
RANDOM WALKS IN DEGENERATE RANDOM ENVIRONMENTS. MARK HOLMES AND THOMAS S. SALISBURY
A NON-UNIFORM BIRTHDAY PROBLEM WITH APPLICATIONS TO DISCRETE STEVEN D. GALBRAITH AND MARK HOLMES
SPEED CALCULATIONS FOR RANDOM WALKS IN DEGENERATE RANDOM ENVIRONMENTS.
High-dimensional graphical networks of self-avoiding walks
Tests of independence among continuous random vectors based on Cramer-von Mises
Monotonicity for excited random walk in high dimensions
An expansion for self-interacting random walks Remco van der Hofstad
Extension of the generalized inductive approach to the lace expansion Remco van der Hofstad Mark Holmes Gordon Slade
Convergence of lattice trees to super-Brownian motion above the critical dimension
Senile reinforced random walks M. Holmes a,,1
Excited against the tide: A random walk with competing drifts
Monotonicity properties of user equilibrium policies for parallel batch systems
A combinatorial result with applications to self-interacting random walks.
Degenerate random environments. Mark Holmes
The survival probability in high dimensions Remco van der Hofstad
A combinatorial result with applications to self-interacting random walks.
Submitted to the Annals of Applied Statistics TREE MODELS FOR DIFFERENCE AND CHANGE