Papers & Manuscripts

Theory and Methods

  1. Peng Zeng, Qinqin Hu, and Xiaoyu Li (2017).
    Geometry and degrees of freedom of linearly constrained generalized lasso.
    Scandinavian Journal of Statistics 44, 989--1008.

  2. Longjie Cheng, Peng Zeng, and Yu Zhu (2017).
    BS-SIM: An effective variable selection method for high-dimensional single index model.
    Electronic Journal of Statistics 11, 3522--3548.

  3. Qinqin Hu, Peng Zeng, and Lu Lin (2015).
    The dual and degrees of freedom of linearly constrained generalized lasso.
    Computational Statistics and Data Analysis 86, 13--26.

  4. Peng Zeng and Yichao Wu (2013).
    Coordinate great circle descent algorithm with application to single-index models.
    Statistics and Its Interface 6, 511--518.

  5. Peng Zeng and Wenxuan Zhong (2013).
    Dimension reduction for tensor classification.
    Topics in Applied Statistics: 2012 Symposium of the International Chinese Statistical Association, M. Hu, Y. Liu, and J. Lin (eds.),
    Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics Volume 55, 213--227.

  6. Peng Zeng, Tianhong He, and Yu Zhu (2012).
    A lasso-type approach for estimation and variable selection in single-index models.
    Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics 21, 92--109. [codes and supplement]

  7. Peng Zeng (2012).
    Finite mixture of heteroscedastic single-index models.
    Open Journal of Statistics 2, 12--20.

  8. Peng Zeng, Hong Wan and Yu Zhu (2011).
    A coset pattern identity between a $2^{n-p}$ design and its complementary.
    Statistica Sinica 21, 1453--1471.

  9. Peng Zeng (2011).
    A link-free method for testing the significance of predictors.
    Journal of Multivariate Analysis 102, 550--562.

  10. Peng Zeng and Yu Zhu (2010).
    An integral transform method for estimating the central mean and central subspaces.
    Journal of Multivariate Analysis 101, 271--290. [pdf and code]

  11. Peng Zeng, Yu Zhu and Kevin T Phelps (2010).
    Bounds on the maximum number of factors in designs with two distinct groups of factors.
    Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods 39, 2302--2310. [pdf]

  12. Peng Zeng (2008).
    Determining the dimension of the central subspace and central mean subspace.
    Biometrika 95, 469--479. [pdf]

  13. Yu Zhu, Peng Zeng, and Kristofer Jennings (2007).
    Optimal compound orthogonal arrays and single arrays for robust parameter design experiments.
    Technometrics 49, 440--453. [pdf]

  14. Yu Zhu and Peng Zeng (2006).
    Fourier methods for estimating the central subspace and the central mean subspace in regression.
    Journal of the American Statistical Association 101, 1638--1651. [pdf and code]

  15. Wenxuan Zhong, Peng Zeng, Ping Ma, Jun S. Liu, and Yu Zhu (2005).
    RSIR: regularized sliced inverse regression for motif discovery.
    Bioinformatics 21, 4169--4175. [pdf]

  16. Yu Zhu and Peng Zeng (2005).
    On the coset pattern matrices and minimum $M$-aberration of $2^{n-p}$ designs.
    Statistica Sinica 15, 717--730. [pdf]

Applications and Case Studies

  1. Kalyani B. Sonawane Deshmukh, Jingjing Qian, Kimberly B. Garza, Bradley M. Wright, Peng Zeng, Cecilia M. Ganduglia Cazaban, and Richard A. Hansen (2017)
    Health care costs associated with addition, titration, and switching antihypertensive medications after first-line treatment: Results from a commercially insured sample. Journal of Managed Care and Specialty Pharmacy 23, 691--699.

  2. Kelly L. Zuromski, Ian Cero, Tracy K. Witte, and Peng Zeng (2017).
    The quadratic relationship between body mass index and suicide ideation: A nonlinear analysis of indirect effects.
    Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior 47, 155--167.

  3. Xin Geng, Shikai Liu, Jun Yao, Lisui Bao, Jiaren Zhang, Chao Li, Ruijia Wang, Jin Sha, Peng Zeng, Degui Zhi, and Zhanjiang Liu (2016).
    A genome-wide association study identifies multiple regions associated with head size in catfish.
    G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 6, 3389--3398.

  4. Shikai Liu, Peng Zeng, and Zhanjiang Liu (2016).
    Gene set analysis of SNP data from genome-wide association studies.
    Chapter 24 in Bioinformatics in Aquaculture (Edited by Z. Liu), Wiley and Blackwell Publishing, Ames, IA.

  5. Kalyani B. Sonawane, Jingjing Qian, Kimberly B. Garza, Bradley M. Wright, Peng Zeng, Cecilia M. Ganduglia Cazaban, Richard A. Hansen (2016).
    Achieving adherence after first-line antihypertensive treatment: Should fixed-dose combinations receive priority?
    The Journal of Clinical Hypertension 18, 934--941.

  6. Kalyani B. Sonawane, Jingjing Qian, Kimberly B. Garza, Bradley M. Wright, Peng Zeng, Cecilia M. Ganduglia Cazaban, Richard A. Hansen (2016).
    Patterns of treatment modifications in newly treated hypertensive patients: does choice of modification strategy affect likelihood of treatment discontinuation?
    Journal of Hypertension 34, 548--557.

  7. Xiaoyun Fang, Denghang Yu, Alejandro Buentello, Peng Zeng, and D. Allen Davis (2016).
    Evaluation of new non-genetically modified soybean varieties as ingredients in practical diets for Litopenaeus vannamei.
    Aquaculture 451, 178--185.

  8. Yu Shao, Peng Zeng, and Shumin Wang (2015).
    Statistical simulation of SAR variability with geometric and tissue property changes by using the unscented transform.
    Magnetic Resonance in Medicine 73, 2357--2362.

  9. Richard A. Hansen, Peng Zeng, Patrick Ryan, Juan Gao, Kalyani Sonawane, Benjamin Teeter, Kimberly Westrich, and Robert W. Dubois (2014).
    Exploration of heterogeneity in distributed research network drug safety analyses.
    Research Synthesis Methods 5, 352--370.

  10. Richard A. Hansen, Michael D. Gray, Brent I. Fox, Joshua C. Hollingsworth, Juan Gao, and Peng Zeng (2013).
    How well do various health outcome definitions identify appropriate cases in observational studies?
    Drug Safety 36, S27--S32.

  11. Kristrina A. Shuler, Peng Zeng, and Marie Elaine Danforth (2012).
    Upper limb entheseal change with the transition to agriculture in the southeastern United States: A view from Moundville and the central Tombigbee River valley.
    HOMO - Journal of Comparative Human Biology 63, 413--434.

  12. Kristrina A. Shuler, Shannon C. Hodge, Marie Elaine Danforth, J. Lynn Funkhouser, Christina Stantis, Danielle N. Cook, and Peng Zeng (2012).
    In the shadow of Moundville: A bioarchaeological view of the transition to agriculture in the central Tombigbee valley of Alabama and Mississippi.
    Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 31, 586--603.

  13. Shaun M. Tanger, David N. Laband, and Peng Zeng (2011).
    Party polarization: Congressional divergence on environmental policy from 1970-2008.
    Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research 3, 183--202.

  14. Shaun M. Tanger, Peng Zeng, Wayde Morse, and David N. Laband (2011).
    Macroeconomic conditions in the U.S. and congressional voting on environmental policy: 1970-2008.
    Ecological Economics 70, 1109--1120.


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