alexa Gi Gonzalez Rodriguez | University of Oviedo
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Gi Gonzalez Rodriguez

Gi Gonzalez Rodriguez Gil González-Rodríguez
Associate Professor of Statistics
Department of Statistics and Operational Research
University of Oviedo

Gil González Rodríguez has a degree in Mathematics (1996), an intermediate degree in Computer Sciences (1998) and a PhD in Mathematics for the University of Oviedo. He has worked as assistant professor in the department of Statistics and O.R. of the University of Oviedo and he has developed several projects as statistician in the Statistical Consultancy of the University of Oviedo (1998) and the Natural Resources and Zoning Institute (Indurot, since 2002).

He has published more than 50 works in journals, books and conferences, co-authored one book, and participated in one european COST action, 5 national research projects and several contracts for the Principado de Asturias. He has co-organized invited sessions in various conferences, and the 2nd International Conference on Soft Methods in Probabilility and Statistics (2004).

In February, 2007 he has joined the European Centre for Soft Computing as associated research in the laboratory on Intelligent Data Analysis and Graphical Models.

Research Interest

His current research lines are: parametric estimation and hypothesis testing involving fuzzy data, regression and correlation analysis for fuzzy data (linear models and non-parametric models), fuzzy representation of real random variables with applications to the graphical and inferential analysis of real distributions, clustering analisys of fuzzy and crisp data based on variability decomposition, and statistical applications in forestry and nvironmental studies.


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