Pekoz, E., Rollin, A., & Ross, N. (2013). Degree asymptotics with rates for preferential attachment random graphs.. Annals of Applied Probability, 3(23), 1188-1218.
Ross, N., Pekoz, E., & Röllin, A. (2013). Total Variation and Local Limit Error Bounds for Geometric Approximation. Bernoulli, 2013(19), 610-632.
Pekoz, E., & Röllin, A. (2011). New rates for exponential approximation and the theorems of Renyi and Yaglom. Annals of Probability, 39(2), 587-608.
Rollin, A., & Pekoz, E. (2011). Exponential approximation for the non-critical Galton-Watson process and for occupation times of Markov chains. Electronic Journal of Probability, 16(51), 1381-1393.
Pekoz, E., Shwartz, M., Christiansen, C., & Berlowitz, D. (2010). Approximate Models for Aggregate Data When Individual-Level Data Sets Are Very Large or Unavailable. Statistics in Medicine, 29(32), 2180-2193.
Pekoz, E., Ross, N., & Rollin, A. (Accepted). Generalized gamma approximations with rates for urns, walk and trees.. Annals of Probability,
Pekoz, E. (2009). The Manager's Guide to Statistics. : WWW.PROBABILITYBOOKSTORE.COM.
Ross, S., & Pekoz, E. (2007). A Second Course in Probability. Boston, MA: probabilitybookstore.com.
Pekoz, E. (Author Only). Workshop on new directions in Stein’s method, Coupling the binary tree with continuum random tree and more., National University of Singapore, Singapore. (May 6, 2015).
Pekoz, E. (Author Only). International colloquium on Stein’s method, concentration inequalities and Maliavin calculus, Degree distributions in preferential attachment graphs and connections to urns, walks and trees Part II: Biasing and coupling., upport of the Albert and Elaine Borchard Foundation, Missillac, France. (June 3, 2014).
Pekoz, E. (Author Only). International Workshop in Applied Probability, Asymptotic distributions for urns, random walks, trees, and preferential attachment graphs., International Workshop in Applied Probability, Antalya, Turkey. (June 3, 2014).
Pekoz, E. (Author Only). Probability seminar, University of Melbourne, Melbourne Australia, Twitter superstar random graphs and rates of convergence to power laws., University of Melbourne, Melbourne Australia,, University of Melbourne, Melbourne Australia,. (January 24, 2014).