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Laboratory for Computational Stochastics

Inhomogeneous spatial point processes

Eva B. Vedel JensenLinda Stougaard Nielsen

June 2000


The aim of this paper is to give a review of some recent models derived from homogeneous spatial point processes with interaction. The focus is on models derived from homogeneous Markov point processes. For some of the models, the interaction is location dependent. A new type of approximate transformation model with this property is also suggested. The statistical inference based on likelihood and pseudolikelihood is discussed for the different models. In particular, it is shown that for transformation models, the pseudolikelihood function can be decomposed in a similar fashion as the likelihood function.

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