Bivariate Discrete Distributions
Statistical Analysis of Reliability and Life-Testing Models Theory and Methods, Second Edition,
Stochastic Models for Carcinogenesis
Data Quality Control Theory and Pragmatics
Survivorship Analysis for Clinical Studies
U-Statistics Theory and Practice
November 19, 1992
Aims to provide in-depth descriptions of the latest developments in multiple comparison methods and selection procedures, while emphasizing biometry. This text is published in honour of the 70th birthday of Charles W. Dunnett - a pioneer in statistical methodology....
May 18, 1992
This useful reference/text provides a comprehensive study of the various bivariate discretedistributions that have appeared in the literature- written in an accessible manner thatassumes no more than a first course in mathematical statistics.Supplying individualized treatment of topics while ...
Edited By Karl E. Peace
March 25, 1992
Focusing on group sequential procedures, summarizes the sequential statistical methods used in anticancer, antiviral, cardiovascular, and gastrointestinal drug research and screening. The clinical and preclinical applications are mainly presented as case studies, many of which form part of New Drug...
By Robert E. Odeh, Martin Fox
August 14, 1991
A guide to testing statistical hypotheses for readers familiar with the Neyman-Pearson theory of hypothesis testing including the notion of power, the general linear hypothesis (multiple regression) problem, and the special case of analysis of variance. The second edition (date of first not mentione...
By A. Clifford Cohen
May 23, 1991
This book deals with the development of methodology for the analysis of truncated and censored sample data. It is primarily intended as a handbook for practitioners who need simple and efficient methods for the analysis of incomplete sample data....
April 24, 1991
Revised and updated (first edition, 1972) textbook for an introductory undergraduate course for non-mathematics majors illustrates how statistics and society interact, as well as statistics' relationship to mathematics and computer science. Includes end-of-chapter problems and an appendix with exami...
By Lee Bain, Max Englehardt
March 29, 1991
Textbook for a methods course or reference for an experimenter who is mainly interested in data analyses rather than in the mathematical development of the procedures. Provides the most useful statistical techniques, not only for the normal distribution, but for other important distributions, such a...
By Wai-Yuan Tan
March 29, 1991
An up-to-date survey of mathematical models of carcinogenesis, providing the most recent findings of cancer biology as evidence of the models, as well as extensive bibliographies of cancer biology and in-depth mathematical analyses for each of the models. May be used as a reference for courses on st...
Edited By Gunar E. Liepins, V.R.R. Uppuluri
September 28, 1990
Contains 16 papers that emerged from the Survey Data Quality Control Workshop in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, April 1988. The volume is based on two premises: many useful data quality control practices have gone undocumented, and would benefit the quality control community; and better interaction among the...
By Eugene K. Harris, Adelin Albert
September 28, 1990
Written for clinicians and biostatisticians, describes nonparametric and quasiparametric (regression) methods of analyzing survivorship data in clinical studies, emphasizing the interpretation and reasoning behind the methods. Explains the established methods for summarizing the results of the major...
By A J Lee
June 12, 1990
In 1946 Paul Halmos studied unbiased estimators of minimum variance, and planted the seed from which the subject matter of the present monograph sprang. The author has undertaken to provide experts and advanced students with a review of the present status of the evolved theory of U-statistics, and...
May 25, 1990