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2009Altered motor control, posture and the Pilates method of exercise prescriptionChoy, Boris; Cobbin, Deidre; Curnow, Dorothy; Wyndham, Jennifer; Operations Management and EconometricsAltered motor control, posture and the Pilates method of exercise prescription, Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, vol.13, 1,pp 104-111
2012A Bayesian conditional autoregressive geometric process model for range dataChan, Jennifer; Choy, Boris; Lam, Connie; Chen, Cathy W S; Yu, Philip L. H.; Mathematics & Statistics; Business Analytics; Mathematics & StatisticsA Bayesian conditional autoregressive geometric process model for range data, Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, vol.56, 11, 2012,pp 3006-3019
2011Comparison of Different Heavy-tailed Stochastic Volatility Models for Financial Data in ThailandChoy, Boris; Operations Management and EconometricsComparison of Different Heavy-tailed Stochastic Volatility Models for Financial Data in Thailand, Proceedings of the 3rd Conference of the Thailand Econometrics Society - "Econometric Leadership of the Knowledge-based Service Economy", vol.Proceedings, 2011, pp. 66-74
2013Modelling Stochastic Volatility using Generalized t distributionChan, Jennifer; Choy, Boris; Wang, Joanna; Mathematics & Statistics; Business Analytics; Mathematics & StatisticsModelling Stochastic Volatility using Generalized t distribution, Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, vol.83, 2, 2013,pp 340-354
2011Stochastic Volatility Models with Leverage and Heavy-Tailed Distributions: A Bayesian Approach Using Scale MixturesChan, Jennifer; Choy, Boris; Wang, Joanna; Mathematics & Statistics; Operations Management and Econometrics; Mathematics & StatisticsStochastic Volatility Models with Leverage and Heavy-Tailed Distributions: A Bayesian Approach Using Scale Mixtures, Computational Statistics & Data Analysis, vol.55, 1, 2011,pp 852-862