Adaptive weights smoothing
AWS is a contributed package within the R-Project for Statistical Computing containing a reference implementation of the adaptive weights smoothing algorithms for local constant likelihood and local polynomial regression models. Binaries for several operating systems are available from the Comprehensive R Archive Network (http://cran.r-project.org).
Authors: Joerg Polzehl
Reference, including documentation:
J. Polzehl, V.Spokoiny (2006). Propagation-separation approach for local likelihood estimation, Probab. Theory Related Fields, 135 pp. 335--362.
Download: freely available from CRAN server under GPL.
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