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I have found online a draft of an excellent review paper by Zhe Chen entitled "Bayesian Filtering: From Kalman Filters to Particle Filters, and Beyond". According to Google Scholar, the citation for the published version is "Statistics 182 (1), 1-69, 2003" but the journal I find with that name (ISSN: 0233-1888) does not have the paper; in fact, volume numbers for 2003 are nowhere near 182. How can I find the correct journal name, and preferably ISSN and DOI for this paper, or determine that it was not ever published?

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  • $\begingroup$ I found a DOI on Zhe Chen's ResearchGate profile (10.1080/02331880309257) but it doesn't resolve to anything. DOIs are supposed to be opaque, but it does look like the other DOIs from Statistics circa 2003. Weird, eh? $\endgroup$ – Matt Krause Mar 20 '16 at 23:40
  • $\begingroup$ @MattKrause That DOI resolves to "CAPABILITY MEASURES FOR m -DEPENDENT STATIONARY PROCESSES Source: Statistics [0233-1888] CHEN yr:2003 vol:37 iss:1 pg:1 -24" which is not the paper I'm referring to. $\endgroup$ – Liam Sep 3 '16 at 20:52
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This appears to be a dissertation thesis or something close to that, not published in a scholarly journal but by Hamilton University, as clarified in ref. 2 of Feng et al.

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    $\begingroup$ A tantalizing clue! Unfortunately, I don't think it's correct. A search of the McMaster U. catalog (Hamilton is the name of the city) shows that Zhe Chen's thesis has a different title. However, it does show who Zhe Chen's advisor was, so that might be a way to get more information. Also, that reference by Feng looks interesting in its own right. $\endgroup$ – Liam Sep 3 '16 at 21:02

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