Nonlinear Regression Analysis and Its Applications
Copyright © 1988 John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Author(s): Douglas M. Bates, Donald G. Watts
Published Online: 27 MAY 2008
Print ISBN: 9780471816430
Online ISBN: 9780470316757
Book Series: Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics
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"The authors have put together an extraordinary presentation of concepts and methods concerning the use and analysis of nonlinear regression models . . . highly recommend[ed] . . . for anyone needing to use and/or understand issues concerning the analysis of nonlinear regression models."
"[This book] provides a good balance of relevant theory and application with many examples . . . [and it] provides the most balanced approach to theory and application appropriate for a first course in nonlinear regression modeling for graduate statistics students."
"[This book] joins a distinguished list of publications with a reputation for balancing technical rigor with readability, and theory with application. [It] upholds tradition . . . [and is] a worthwhile reference for the marketing researcher with a serious interest in linear models."
-Journal of Marketing Research
This book offers a balanced presentation of the theoretical, practical, and computational aspects of nonlinear regression and provides background material on linear regression, including the geometrical development for linear and nonlinear least squares. The authors employ real data sets throughout, and their extensive use of geometric constructs and continuing examples makes the progression of ideas appear very natural. The book also includes pseudocode for computing algorithms.