Computer Modeling for Business and Industry
Statistical Methods for Cancer Studies
By Bruce L. Bowerman
September 12, 1984
This book is intended to be primarily a supplemental text that can be used to integrate the use of computer packages into introductory business statistics and quantitative methods courses, demonstrating how computer packages can be used to solve statistical and operational research problems....
By S. J. Farlow
July 11, 1984
This book introduces English-speaking people the basic group method of data handling algorithm. It could be used as a reference source for researchers or as a textbook for specialized courses and seminars in modeling, applied mathematics, and applied statistics....
By Richard G. Cornell
February 28, 1984
This book focuses on public health and epidemiologic aspects of cancer, and explores the sources of information concerning the frequency of occurrence of human cancer. It describes statistical methods useful in studying problems arising in the field of cancer and its concurrent development....
By R. Odeh
October 27, 1983
January 18, 1983
This book presents ideas and procedures for regression analysis of survival data in cancer chemotherapy based on regression-based approaches for improvements in the quality of care through the effective location of optimal treatment levels. It is useful for cancer chemotherapists....
By Richard F. Gunst, Robert L. Mason
July 01, 1980
Regression Analysis and Its Application: A Data-Oriented Approach answers the need for researchers and students who would like a better understanding of classical regression analysis. Useful either as a textbook or as a reference source, this book bridges the gap between the purely theoretical ...
March 01, 1980
This book provides an introduction to statistical computing and a critical, balanced presentation of the algorithms and computational methods used in software systems, discussing techniques for implementing algorithms in a computer. It is intended for graduate students in statistics....
March 01, 1979
This volume introduces the theoretical ideas in probability and statistics by means of examples. The strengths of the BASIC computer language are exploited to illustrate probabilistic and statistical ideas. Topics described by the Committee on the Under-graduate Program in Mathematics are included....
March 01, 1976
"A collection of proofs of fundamental theorems, this volume utilizes a format that is exhaustive and consistent. Every result covered in ``Econometrics''is proved as well as stated. One notation system is used throughout the volume. The topics included in the book cover such areas as estimations ...
By Irving W. Burr
February 01, 1976
This book focuses on statistical methods useful in quality control, emphasizing on data-analysis and decision-making. These techniques are also of great use in areas such as laboratory analyses and research. The problems and examples presented are from actual cases encountered in the industry....
By Virgil L. Anderson, Robert A. McLean
February 01, 1974
The book is written for anyone who wants to design experiments, carry them out, and analyze the results. The authors provide a clear-cut, practical approach to designing experiments in any discipline and explain the general principles upon which such design is based. The reader then can apply these...