People » James R Schott


Education

  • Ph.D. Statistics, 1981 – University of Florida
  • M.S. Statistics, 1979 – University of Florida
  • B.S. Mathematics, 1977 – Xavier University

Research interests include: multivariate analysis, dimensionality reduction techniques,principal components analysis, analysis of high dimensional data,analysis of covariance and correlation matrices.

  • Some high dimensional tests for a one-way MANOVA, Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 2007
  • A high dimensional test for the equality of the smallest eigenvalues of a covariance matrix, Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 2006.
  • Testing for complete independence in high dimensions, Biometrika, 2005.
  • Kronecker product permutation matrices and their application to moment matrices of the normal distribution, Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 2003.
  • Technical Report: Testing For Independence in High Dimensions
  • Weighted chi-squared tests for partial common principal component subspaces, Biometrika, 2003.
  • Technical Report: A high dimensional test for the equality of the smallest eigenvalues of a covariance matrix
  • Partial common principal component subspaces, Biometrika, 1999.
  • Matrix Analysis For Statistics, New York: Wiley, 1997.
  • Asymptotics of eigenprojections of correlation matrices with some applications in principal components, Biometrika, 1997.
  • Determining the dimensionality in sliced inverse regression, Journal of the American Statistical Association, 1994.
  • Some tests for common principal component subspaces in several groups, Biometrika, 1991.
  • A test for a specific principal component of a correlation matrix, Journal of the American Statistical Association, 1991.
  • Canonical mean projections and confidence regions in canonical variate analysis, Biometrika, 1990.
  • Testing the equality of the smallest latent roots of a correlation matrix, Biometrika, 1988.
  • Common principal component subspaces in two groups, Biometrika, 1988.
  • Optimal bounds for the distributions of some test criteria for tests of dimensionality, Biometrika, 1984.
  • A multivariate one-way classification model with random effects, Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 1984 (with John G. Saw).

FALL 2016:

  • STA 2023.003:   Statistical Methods I
  • STA 4502.001:   Nonparametric Stat Methods
  • STA 4321.001:  Statistical Theory I
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