David Matteson

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David Matteson

Assistant Professor
Social Statistics

Overview

My primary research focus has involved the analysis of dependent, multivariate data and the development of accompanying statistical methodology. My research includes biological, environmental, financial, operational and sociological applications.

Publications

Journal Articles

  • D. R. Kowal, David Matteson, D. Ruppert. 2016. A Bayesian Multivariate Functional Dynamic Linear Model, .
  • David Matteson, Ruey S. Tsay. 2016. Independent Component Analysis via Distance Covariance, .
  • Brad S Westgate, Dawn B Woodard, David Matteson, Shane G Henderson. 2016. Large-Network Travel Time Distribution Estimation, with Application to Ambulance Fleet Management, . 252(1):322-333.
  • Zhengyi Zhou, David Matteson. 2015. Predicting Spatio-Temporal Ambulance Demand: A Spatio-Temporal Kernel Approach, . 2297-2303.
  • Zhengyi Zhou, David Matteson, Dawn B Woodard, Shane G Henderson, Athanasios C Micheas. 2015. A Spatio-Temporal Point Process Model for Ambulance Demand, . 110(509):6-15.
  • Benjamin B Risk, David Matteson, David Ruppert, Ani Eloyan, Brian Caffo. 2014. An Evaluation of Independent Component Analyses with an Application to Resting State fMRI, . 70(1):224-236.
  • Nicholas A James, David Matteson. 2014. ecp: An R Package for Nonparametric Multiple Change Point Analysis of Multivariate Data, . 62(7):1-25.
  • Nicholas A James, Arun Kejariwal, David Matteson. 2014. Leveraging Cloud Data to Mitigate User Experience from Breaking Bad: The Twitter Approach, .
  • David Matteson, Nicholas A James. 2014. A Nonparametric Approach for Multiple Change Point Analysis of Multivariate Data, . 109(505):334-345.
  • David Matteson, Nicholas A James, William B Nicholson, Louis C Segalini. 2013. Locally Stationary Vector Processes and Adaptive Multivariate Modeling, . 8722-8726.
  • Brad S Westgate, Dawn B Woodard, David Matteson, Shane G Henderson. 2013. Travel Time Estimation for Emergency Vehicles using Bayesian Data Augmentation, . 7(2):1139-1161.
  • Scott H Holan, W H Yang, David Matteson, C K Wikle. 2012. An Approach for Identifying and Predicting Economic Recessions in Real-Time Using Time-Frequency Functional Models, . 28(6):485-499.
  • David Matteson, Ruey S. Tsay. 2011. Dynamic Orthogonal Components for Multivariate Time Series, . 106(496):1450-1463.
  • Dawn B Woodard, David Matteson, Shane G Henderson . 2011. Establishing Stationarity of Count-Valued Time Series Models using Drift Conditions, . 5(0):800-828.
  • David Matteson, Matthew W. McLean, Dawn B Woodard, Shane G Henderson. 2011. Forecasting Emergency Medical Service Call Arrival Rates, . 5(2B):1379-1406.
  • David Matteson, David Ruppert. 2011. GARCH Models of Dynamic Volatility and Correlation, . 28(5):72-82.

Textbooks

  • David Ruppert, David Matteson. 2015. Statistics and Data Analysis for Financial Engineering. in Statistics and Data Analysis for Financial Engineering. New York, NY: Springer, 2015. (721)

Book Chapters

  • David Matteson, Nicholas James, William Nicholson. 2016. Statistical Measures of Dependence For Financial Data. in Financial Signal Processing and Machine Learning. John Wiley & Sons, 2016. A.N. Akansu, S.R. Kulkarni, D. Malioutov, I. Pollak.
  • Zhengyi Zhou, David Matteson. 2016. Temporal and Spatio-Temporal Models for Ambulance Demand. in Healthcare Data Analysis. John Wiley & Sons, 2016.

Honors and Awards

  • Best Paper Award, National Association of Rehabilitation Research and Training Centers Association. 2015
  • Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award, National Science Foundation. 2015
  • Faculty Research Award, PARC/Xerox Foundation. 2014
  • Best Academic Paper Award, R/Finance 2013, Applied Finance with R, International Center for Futures and Derivatives. 2013
  • Best Academic Paper Award, R/Finance 2011, Applied Finance with R, International Center for Futures and Derivatives. 2011
  • Paul Meier Fellowship, Department of Statistics, University of Chicago. 2008
  • Statistical Consulting Award, Department of Statistics, University of Chicago. 2005

Contact

Comstock Hall-Academic II, Room 1196
607-255-6231