TY - THES
AU - Flynn, David Wilson
PY - 1976
TI - Estimating the intensity function of the nonstationary poisson process
KW - Thesis/Dissertation
LA - eng
M3 - Text
AB - Let{N(t), -T0, assumed integrable on [-T,T]. The
optimal linear estimator, λ[sub L], of the intensity function is considered in this thesis.
Chapter 1 discusses λ[sub L] as a function of h(t;s), which is
Lthe unique solution of the Fredholm integral equation of the second kind,
m(s)h[sub t](s) + /[sup b/ sub a]K(s;u)h[sub t](u)du = K(t;s), a~~0, assumed integrable on [-T,T]. The
optimal linear estimator, λ[sub L], of the intensity function is considered in this thesis.
Chapter 1 discusses λ[sub L] as a function of h(t;s), which is
Lthe unique solution of the Fredholm integral equation of the second kind,
m(s)h[sub t](s) + /[sup b/ sub a]K(s;u)h[sub t](u)du = K(t;s), a~~