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1) Alonso-Pena, M., I. Gijbels, Crujeiras, R.M. (To appear). A general framework for circular local likelihood regression. In: Journal of the American Statistical Association Google Scholar

2) Alonso-Pena, M., I. Gijbels, Crujeiras, R.M. (To appear). Flexible joint modeling of mean and dispersion for the directional tuning of neuronal spike counts. In: Biometrics Google Scholar

3) Cholaquidis, A., Fraiman, R., Moreno, L., Pateiro-López, B. (To appear). Statistical analysis of measures of non-convexity. In: TEST Google Scholar

4) Aneiros Pérez, German, Vilar Fernández, Juan Manuel, Cao, R., Muñoz-San-Roque, A. (To appear). "Functional prediction for the residual demand in electricity spot markets". In: IEEE Transactions on Power Systems. Google Scholar

5) Borrajo, M.I., González-Manteiga, W., Martínez-Miranda, M.D. (To appear). Goodness-of-fit test for point processes first-order intensity. In: Computational Statistics and Data Analysis Google Scholar

6) Ameijeiras-Alonso, J., I. Gijbels (To appear). Smoothed circulas: nonparametric estimation of circular cumulative distribution functions and circulas. In: Bernoulli ISSN: 1350-7265 Google Scholar

7) Boente, G., Pardo Fernández, Juan Carlos (To appear). "Testing for superiority between two variance functions". In: Statistics and Probability Letters. Vol. 156. pp. 108612. Google Scholar

8) Meilán-Vila, A., Fernández-Casal, R., Crujeiras, R.M., Francisco-Fernández, M. (To appear). A computational validation for nonparametric assessment of spatial trends. In: Computational Statistics Google Scholar

9) Meilán-Vila, A., Francisco-Fernández, M., Crujeiras, R.M. (To appear). Goodness-of-fit tests for multiple regression with circular response. In: Journal of Statistical Computation and SimulationTaylor and Francis. Google Scholar

10) Martínez Santalla, S., Martín Devasa, R. M., Gómez-Rodríguez, Carola, Crujeiras, R.M., Baselga, Andrés (To appear). Assessing the non-linear decay of community similarity: permutation and site-block resampling significance tests. In: Journal of Biogeography Google Scholar