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Yoshiyuki Ninomiya Last modified date:2017.09.17

Graduate School
Undergraduate School

Academic Degree
Ph. D.
Field of Specialization
Outline Activities
For statistical models and estimation methods to which conventional statistical theory cannot be applied, I develop an asymptotic theory peculiar to them and propose a model selection method base on it. In addition, using the developed techniques, I treat multiple testing problems.
Research Interests
  • Developing information criteria for propensity score analysis
    keyword : information criterion, propensity score analysis
  • Developing AIC for sparse regularization methods
    keyword : AIC, sparse regularization
  • A new p-value adjustment using spurious correlations
    keyword : p-value adjustment, spurious correlation
  • A p-value evaluation for highly correlated multiple testing
    keyword : geometrical approach, p-value adjustment
  • Model selection for exploratory factor analysis
    keyword : AIC, factor analysis, likelihood ratio test
  • Developing AIC for change-point analysis
    keyword : AIC, change-point analysis
  • Developing a tube method for change-point analysis
    keyword : change-point analysis, tube method
Academic Activities
1. Baba, T., Kanemori, T., Ninomiya, Y., A Cp criterion for semiparametric causal inference, Biometrika, accepted, 2017.09.
2. Ninomiya, Y., Kawano, S., AIC for the LASSO in generalized linear models, Electronic Journal of Statistics, 10, 2537-2560, 2016.09.
3. Ninomiya, Y., Change-point model selection via AIC, Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, 67, 2015.10.
4. Ninomiya, Y., Yoshimoto, A., Statistical method for detecting structural change in the growth process, Biometrics, 64, 2008.03.
5. Ninomiya, Y., Fujisawa, H., A conservative test for multiple comparison based on highly correlated test statistics, Biometrics, 63, 2007.12.
6. Ninomiya, Y., Construction of conservative testing for change-point problems in two-dimensional random fields, Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 89, 2, 2004.05.