Henry Scharf
Henry Scharf
University of Arizona, Department of Mathematics
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The basis function approach for modeling autocorrelation in ecological data
TJ Hefley, KM Broms, BM Brost, FE Buderman, SL Kay, HR Scharf, ...
Ecology 98 (3), 632-646, 2017
Dynamic social networks based on movement
HR Scharf, MB Hooten, BK Fosdick, DS Johnson, JM London, JW Durban
Running on empty: recharge dynamics from animal movement data
MB Hooten, HR Scharf, JM Morales
Ecology letters 22 (2), 377-389, 2019
Imputation approaches for animal movement modeling
H Scharf, MB Hooten, DS Johnson
Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics 22, 335-352, 2017
Process convolution approaches for modeling interacting trajectories
HR Scharf, MB Hooten, DS Johnson, JW Durban
Environmetrics 29 (3), e2487, 2018
Animal movement models for migratory individuals and groups
MB Hooten, HR Scharf, TJ Hefley, AT Pearse, MD Weegman
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (7), 1692-1705, 2018
Accounting for phenology in the analysis of animal movement
HR Scharf, MB Hooten, RR Wilson, GM Durner, TC Atwood
Biometrics 75 (3), 810-820, 2019
Animal movement models for multiple individuals
HR Scharf, FE Buderman
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Computational Statistics 12 (6), e1506, 2020
Searching for refuge: A framework for identifying site factors conferring resistance to climate‐driven vegetation change
AM Raiho, HR Scharf, CA Roland, DK Swanson, SE Stehn, MB Hooten
Diversity and Distributions 28 (4), 793-809, 2022
Noise can create or erase long transient dynamics
JR Reimer, J Arroyo-Esquivel, J Jiang, HR Scharf, EM Wolkovich, K Zhu, ...
Theoretical Ecology 14 (4), 685-695, 2021
Multivariate Bayesian clustering using covariate-informed components with application to boreal vegetation sensitivity
HR Scharf, AM Raiho, S Pugh, CA Roland, DK Swanson, SE Stehn, ...
Biometrics 78 (4), 1427-1440, 2022
Constructing flexible, identifiable and interpretable statistical models for binary data
HR Scharf, X Lu, PJ Williams, MB Hooten
International Statistical Review 90 (2), 328-345, 2022
Detecting changes in dynamic social networks using multiply-labeled movement data
ZL Boulil, JW Durban, H Fearnbach, TW Joyce, SGM Leander, HR Scharf
Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics 28 (2), 243-259, 2023
Hierarchical approaches for flexible and interpretable binary regression models
HR Scharf, X Lu, PJ Williams, MB Hooten
arXiv preprint arXiv:1905.05242, 2019
Local Indicators of Spatial Association (LISA)
H Scharf
Wiley StatsRef: Statistics Reference Online, 1-9, 2014
Predicting fine-scale taxonomic variation in landscape vegetation using large satellite imagery data sets
H Scharf, J Schierbaum, H Matsumoto, T Assal
arXiv preprint arXiv:2309.10325, 2023
Embracing asymmetry in nature: How to account for skewness in ecological data
PJ Williams, X Lu, HR Scharf, MB Hooten
Ecological Informatics 75, 102085, 2023
W Zhang, MV Bravington, RM Fewster, Q Mai, X Zhang, A Derkach, ...
Biometrics 75 (3), 2019
Statistical Models for Dependent Trajectories with Application to Animal Movement
HR Scharf
Colorado State University, 2017
Prioritized Data Compression using Wavelets
H Scharf, R Elmore, K Gruchalla
arXiv preprint arXiv:1407.2954, 2014
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