Tailen Hsing
Professor of Statistics
Department of Statistics
University of Michigan
460 West Hall, 1085 South University
Ann Arbor, MI 481091107
Phone: (734)6157299
Fax: (734)7634676
EMail: thsing at umich dot edu
Research Interests
Extreme value theory, functional
data analysis, longrange dependence, spatial statistics
Courses Taught
STAT 700 Functional Data Analysis
Education
 1984 Ph.D., Statistics, University of North Carolina
 1983 M.S., Statistics, University of North Carolina
 1978 B.S., Mathematics, National Taiwan University
Selected Publications

Hsing, T. and Wu, W. (2004). On weighted
Ustatistics for stationary processes, Annals of
Probability 32, 16001631.
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Hsing, T. and Rootz\'en, H. (2005). Extremes on trees,
Annals of Probability 33, 413444.
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Bai, Z. and Hsing, T. (2005). The broken sample problem,
Probability Theory and Related Fields 131, 528552.
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Hsing, T., Kl\"uppelberg, C., and Kuhn, G. (2005). Dependence
estimation and visualization in multivariate extremes with
applications to financial data, Extremes
7, 99121.
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Hsing, T., Liu, L.Y., Brun, M. and Dougherty, E. R. (2005).
The coefficient of intrinsic dependence, Pattern
Recognition 38, 623636.
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Eubank, R. and Hsing, T. (2008). Canonical correlation for
stochastic processes, Stochastic Processes and their
Applications 118, 16341661.

Hsing, T. and Ren, H. (2009). An RKHS formulation of the
inverse regression dimension reduction problem,
Annals of Statistics 37, 726755.

Li, Y. and Hsing, T. (2010). Deciding the dimensionality in functional sliced inverse regression,
to appear in Annals of Statistics.

Li, Y. and Hsing, T. (2010). Uniform convergence rates for nonparametric regression and principal
component analysis in functional/longitudinal data, to appear in Annals of Statistics.