María Dolores Jiménez Gamero
External Collaborator Researcher
Department of Statistics and Operational Research
- Consistency of bootstrap estimators.
- Sampling from nite populations.
- Inferences based on the characteristic function.
- Inferences based on the probability generating function.
Faculty of Mathematics
PO 41012 Sevilla
Website at UVIGO
M. Dolores Jimenez Gamero holds a degree in Mathematics (1989) and a PhD in Mathematics (1994) both from University of Seville. She is currently an Associate Professor at the Department of Statistics and Operational Research of the University of Seville.
Her research interest is focused on Statistical Inference. Specifically, her research activity is centered on consistency of bootstrap estimators, inferences based on phi-divergences, inferences based on the empirical characteristic function, inferences based on the empirical probability generating function, goodness-of-fit, influence analysis and sampling from finite populations. She is also interested on fuzzy analysis.
She is author of about 60 scientific papers published on international peer-reviewed journals with about 34 co-authors from seven different countries. She has been reviewer in numerous peer-reviewed journals.
- Algebra of generalized Hukuhara differentiable interval-valued functions: review and new properties
- Testing for the Poisson-Tweedie distribution
- Goodness-of-fit tests for parametric specifications of conditionally heteroscedastic models
- Approximating the null distribution of a class of statistics for testing independence