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  1. Daniel Barreiro-Ures, Ricardo Cao, Mario Francisco-Fernández. Bagging cross-validated bandwidth selection in nonparametric regression estimation with applications to large-sized samples (paper and supplementary materials).
  2. Déborah Otero, Ricardo Cao, Vicente Blasco, Álvaro J. Brage, Javier Tarrío-Saavedra, Salvador Naya . Statistical modelling for panel block assembly in shipbuilding.
  3. E. M. Molanes, R. Cao. Bootstrap bandwidth selectors for two kernel-type relative density estimators.
  4. E. Strzalkowska-Kominiak, R.Cao. Estimating parameters in the single-index model under censoring: a comparative study.
  5. Inés Barbeito, Daniel Precioso, María José Sierra, Susana Vegas-Azcárate, Sonia Fernández Balbuena, Begoña Vitoriano, David Goméz-Ullate, Ricardo Cao, Susana Monge, Study Group for Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions in Spain (2022). Effectiveness of non-pharmaceutical interventions in nine fields of activity to decrease SARS-CoV-2 transmission (Spain, September 2020 - May 2021).
  6. Inés Barbeito, Ricardo Cao, Stefan Sperlich. Bandwidth selection for statistical matching and prediction.
  7. Inés Barbeito, Ricardo Cao, Stefan Sperlich. Bandwidth selection for statistical matching and prediction - Supplementary Material.
  8. Jorge C-Rella, Ricardo Cao, Juan M. Vilar. Fraud detection in a two-dimensional decision region under a cost sensitive approach.
  9. Laura Borrajo, Ricardo Cao. Supplementary material of the paper: Big-But-Biased Data Analytics for Air Quality, published in Electronics.
  10. Laura Borrajo, Ricardo Cao. Nonparametric Inference for Big-But-Biased Data Using Twice Biased Auxiliary Information.
  11. Laura Borrajo, Ricardo Cao. Bias testing for big data analytics.
  12. Peláez, Rebeca; Cao, Ricardo; Vilar, Juan M. Length-of-stay times in hospital for COVID-19 patients using the smoothed Beran’s estimator with bootstrap bandwidth selection.
  13. Rebeca Peláez, Ingrid Van Keilegom, Ricardo Cao, Juan Vilar. Probability of default estimation in credit risk using mixture cure models.