Recent Research on Functions with Non-Independent Variables

A special issue of Axioms (ISSN 2075-1680). This special issue belongs to the section "Mathematical Analysis".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 May 2024 | Viewed by 120

Special Issue Editor


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1. Department DFR-ST, University of Guyane, 97346 Cayenne, France
2. 228-UMR Espace-Dev, University of Guyane, University of Réunion, IRD, University of Montpellier, 34090 Montpellier, France
Interests: mathematical and statistical modeling; non-independent variables; probability and numerical simulation; gradient

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

The use of independent input variables leads to the development of highly limited mathematical and statistical tools for functional analysis. Non-independent variables arise when two or more variables do not vary freely and are widely encountered in different scientific fields such as data analysis, quantitative risk analysis, inverse problems, and uncertainty quantification. Such variables are often characterized by their covariance matrices, distribution functions, copulas, and weighted distributions. Recently, dependency models have provided explicit functions that link these variables together by means of additional independent variables. This Special Issue will focus on mathematical and statistical analysis of functions with non-independent variables in different aspects of model development, such as model calibration, model validation, robustness analysis, optimization, model uncertainty, and model reduction. The goal of this Special Issue is to advance our understanding and learning on functions with non-independent variables by bringing together researchers from engineering, physical and social sciences, mathematics, and statistics to create a forum for the latest research and applications of functions with non-independent variables.

Dr. Matieyendou Lamboni
Guest Editor

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Keywords

  • non-independent variable
  • model development
  • mathematical and statistic modeling
  • classical probability
  • derivatives
  • conditional distribution method
  • dependency models
  • simulating dependent variables
  • optimization

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