Associate Professor Lin received her BSc from Fujian Normal University, China, her MSc from the University of Jordan, Jordan and her PhD from the Australian National University, Australia. Field of Study: mathematical statistics and applied statistics Professional Activities and Affiliations: • Session speaker, 10th Asia-Pacific Bioinformatics Conference (APBC2012), Melbourne (2012) • Speaker, UOW’s 25th Women in Science Enquiry Network Forum, (2009) • Speaker, Mathematical Sciences Institute Symposium (MSI), (2004) • Session speaker, International Conference on Applied Statistics, Actuarial Science and Financial Mathematics, Hong Kong, (2002) • CI, ARC SPIRT Grant Project, ‘Measuring interviewer effects for household surveys’ (2001). Current Research Students: • Chaiwat Kosapattarapim : Forecasting Model for Daily Closing Price Securities in Banking Sector on the Stock Exchange in Thailand • Yiren Yang : Bioinformatics of Genes • Mohamad As'ad : Multi-index regression mode and electricity demand forecasting • Mohammed Aba Oud : The Dynamics of Oil Prices and Valuations of Oil Derivatives • Jinda Kongcharoen : Statistical Explorations of Gene Structure and Its Correlation with Gene Expression and Function • Rachel Caldwell : Bioinformatics of Gene Regulation
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Evaluating the volatility forecasting performance of best fitting GARCH models in emerging Asian stock markets (with Chaiwat Kosapattarapim and Michael McCrae), Faculty of Informatics - Papers (2012)
While modeling the volatility of returns is essential for many areas of finance, it is...
Case study on the pattern change in arabidopsis thaliana intron sequence (with Ren Zhang, Rachel Caldwell, Jinda Kongcharoen, and Yiren Yang), Faculty of Science - Papers (2011)
Evaluating the volatility forecasting performance of best fitting GARCH models in emerging asian stock markets (with Chaiwat Kosapattarapim and Michael McCrae), Centre for Statistical & Survey Methodology Working Paper Series (2011)
Problem statement : While modeling the volatility of returns is essential for many areas of...
Fitting probability forecasting models by scoring rules and maximum likelihood (with David Johnstone), Faculty of Commerce - Papers (2011)
Initial values in estimation procedures for State Space Models (SSMs) (with Raed Alzghool), Faculty of Informatics - Papers (2011)
In this paper, we will focus on State Space Models(SSMs), especially the stochastic volatility model,...