Case Studies in Bayesian Statistics, Volume II / Edition 1 available in Paperback
Like its predecessor, this second volume presents detailed applications of Bayesian statistical analysis, each of which emphasizes the scientific context of the problems it attempts to solve. The emphasis of this volume is on biomedical applications. These papers were presented at a workshop at Carnegie-Mellon University in 1993.
Table of Contents
Invited Papers (with discussions).- A Bayesian Model for Organ Blood Flow Measurement with Colored Microspheres.- Elicitation, Monitoring, and Analysis for an AIDS Clinical Trial.- Accurate Restoration of DNA Sequences.- Analysis and Reconstruction of Medical Images Using Prior Information.- Contributed Papers.- Combining Information from Multiple Sources in the Analysis of a Non-Equivalent Control Group Design.- Road Closure: Combining Data and Expert Opinion.- Optimal Design for Heart Defibrillators.- Longitudinal Care Patterns for Disabled Elders: A Bayesian Analysis of Missing Data.- Bayesian Inference for the Mean of a Stratified Population When There are Order Restrictions.- Hierarchical Modelling of Consumer Heterogeneity: An Application to Target Marketing.- Author Index.