ResearchWorks Archive

Browsing Statistics by Title

Browsing Statistics by Title

Sort by: Order: Results:

  • Xu, Lei
    Assessment of the relationship between diet and health status, especially association between diet and chronic disease risk, has attracted lot of research interest in statistical and epidemiologic studies. However, due to ...
  • Xu, Lei
    Assessment of the relationship between diet and health status, especially association between diet and chronic disease risk, has attracted lot of research interest in statistical and epidemiologic studies. However, due to ...
  • Chiam, Yuan (2012-09-13)
    We propose a method for estimating the number of groups in a data set. Our method is an extension of Generalized Single Linkage clustering (GSL) (Stuetzle and Nugent 2010), a nonparametric clustering method based on the ...
  • Bailer, Heiko Manfred (2005)
    Standard asset-pricing models entail expressions for expected returns in terms of coefficients relative to risk factors. Methods to estimate premiums of risk factors have, at its core, a single or multiple linear regression ...
  • Doss, Charles R. (2013-11-14)
    We consider inference about functions estimated via shape constraints based on concavity. We consider log-concave densities and other “concave-transformed” densities on the real line, where a concave-transformed class is ...
  • Volfovsky, Alexander (2013-11-14)
    We present results for testing and estimation in the context of separable covariance models. We concentrate on two types of data: relational data and cross-classified data. Relational data is frequently represented by a ...
  • Maravina, Tatiana A. (2013-04-17)
    At the present time there is no well accepted test for comparing least squares and robust linear regression coefficient estimates. To fill this gap we propose and demonstrate the efficacy of two Wald-like statistical tests ...
  • Newton, Michael A. (Michael Abbott), 1964- (1991)
    The method of bootstrapping, which has transformed the theory and practice of frequentist statistical inference, is applicable within the Bayesian paradigm. Rather than simulating data that might have been observed, this ...

Search ResearchWorks


Advanced Search

Browse

My Account