Note: all copies of
B.D. Ripley (1993)
`Statistical aspects of neural networks', in `Networks and Chaos --
Statistical and Probabilistic Aspects' eds O.E. Barndorff-Nielsen,
J.L. Jensen and W.S. Kendall, pp. 40-123. Chapman & Hall 0 412 46530 2
[This is 28% of the book, so copyright law does not allow
it to be copied.]
B.D. Ripley (1994)
`Neural networks and related methods for classification'
J. Roy. Statist. Soc. B 56 409-456.
B.D. Ripley (1994)
`Network methods in statistics.' In `Probability,
Statistics, Optimisation; a Tribute to Peter Whittle'
ed. F.P. Kelly, Wiley, pp. 241-253.
B.D. Ripley (1994)
`Neural networks and flexible regression and discrimination.'
Advances in Statistics 2 (ed. K.V. Mardia), pp. 39-57. Carfax: Abingdon.
have been removed now the papers are published. They are copyright:
please do not ask for electronic copies as I do not have permission
to distribute them.
RSS.data.Z datasets for above RSS paper.
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Papers by B.D. Ripley:
ASI.ps.Z `Flexible non-linear approaches to classification.'
In `From Statistics to Neural Networks. Theory and
Pattern Recognition Applications' eds V. Cherkassky,
J.H. Friedman and H. Wechsler, Springer, pp. 105-126.
(1994)
Unicom.ps.Z Choosing network complexity. In `Probabilistic Reasoning
and Bayesian Belief Networks' ed. A. Gammerman, Alfred Waller,
pp. 97--108. (1995)
SNN.ps.Z `Statistical Ideas for Selecting Network Architectures'
In `Neural Networks: Artificial Intelligence and
Industrial Applications' eds B. Kappen & S. Gielen,
Springer. pp. 183-190. (1995)
PRNN.ps.Z `Pattern Recognition via Neural Networks'. To appear
in a volume of Oxford Graduate Lectures on Neural
Networks, title to be decided. Oxford University Press. (1996)
ESS.ps.Z Entry on `Classification' in the update volume 2
of the `Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences'.
Wiley, 1996?
Paper by M.J. Mathieson
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ordinal.ps.Z Ordinal models for risk assessment. To appear in thr
proceedings on the UK Institute for Quantitative
Investment Research (INQUIRE) Autumn seminar 1995.