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Detecting A Single Change-point

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Publication date13/10/2022
<mark>Original language</mark>English


This chapter overviews some of the work on detecting and estimating the location of a single change. We first consider the most common change-point problem, namely that of detecting a change in mean, before looking at extensions to detecting other types of change. The intuition from the problem of detecting a single change-point is helpful for understanding the variety of methods for detecting multiple changes.

Bibliographic note

This is a draft chapter from the forthcoming book "Change-Point Detection and Data Segmentation" by Paul Fearnhead and Piotr Fryzlewicz. Comments, particularly regarding the history of work in this area, are welcome