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Dr. Peng Zeng

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Auburn University, USA


Email: zengpen@auburn.edu


Qualifications

2005 Ph.D., Statistics, Purdue University, USA

2003 M.S., Statistics, Purdue University, USA

1999 B.S., Mathematics, Nankai University, China


Publications (Selected)

  1. P. Zeng, T. He, and Y. Zhu (2012) A lasso-type approach for estimation and variable selection in single-index model. Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics, to appear.
  2. P. Zeng, H. Wan and Y. Zhu (2011) A coset pattern identity between a $2^{n-p}$ design and its complementary. Statistica Sinica, 21, 1453-1471.
  3. P. Zeng (2011) A link-free method for testing the significance of predictors. Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 102, 550-562.
  4. P. Zeng and Y. Zhu (2010) An integral transform method for estimating the central mean and central subspaces. Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 101, 271-290.
  5. P. Zeng, Y. Zhu and K.T. Phelps (2009) Bounds on the maximum number of factors in designs with two distinct groups of factors. Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods, 39, 2302-2310.
  6. P. Zeng (2008) Determining the dimension of the central subspace and central mean subspace. Biometrika, 95, 469-479.
  7. Y. Zhu, P. Zeng, and K. Jennings (2007) Optimal compound orthogonal arrays and single arrays for robust parameter design experiments. Technometrics, 49, 440-453.
  8. Y. Zhu and P. Zeng (2006) Fourier methods for estimating the central subspace and the central mean subspace in regression. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 101, 1638-1651.
  9. W. Zhong, P. Zeng, P. Ma, J.S. Liu, and Y. Zhu (2005) RSIR: regularized sliced inverse regression for motif discovery. Bioinformatics, 21, 4169-4175.
  10. Y. Zhu and P. Zeng (2005) On the coset pattern matrices and minimum M-aberration of $2^{n-p}$ designs. Statistica Sinica, 15, 717-730.

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