New Perspectives in Theoretical and Applied Statistics / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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Contains 40 of the papers presented at the Third International Meeting of Statistics in the Basque Country, held in Bilbao, Spain in August 1986. Papers present recent, important developments in statistical theory, including new methodologies, and improved or novel theoretical tools which have removed past restrictions and vastly broadened potential applicationssome have already had significant impact on modeling, design, and analysis of statistical experiments. Chapters cover a wide range of topics, including data analysis, sampling theory, growth curves analysis, both theoretical and applied aspects of time series analysis, nonparametric theory, the Edgeworth expansions in statistics and probability, the bootstrap and randomization methods, density estimation, hypotheses testing, pseudorandom numbers, and sequential estimation.
Table of Contents
Partial table of contents:
DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS AND SAMPLING THEORY.
Some Aspects of the Design of Experiments (D. R. Cox).
Completely Random Assignment Versus Stratification in Clinical Trials (J. E. Grizzle).
Using Systematic Plans for Factorial Experiments in Industry (P. W. M.
Some Recent Advances in Data Analysis Practice (L. Lebart).
Analysis of Categorical Data from Sample Surveys (J. N. K.
Growth Curves Analysis for Patterned Covariance Matrices (A. Azzalini).
ARIMA Modeling of the ''New'' U.S.
Monetary Aggregates (G. Canarella & S. K.
Locally Asymptotically Optimal Tests for Randomness (M. Hallin & M. L.
Estmation of Missing Values in Time Series Adjusted by Autoregressive Models (L.J.
Martin & M. S.
Measuring the Importance of Outliers in ARIMA Models (D. Pena).
New Developments in Time-Series Analysis (M. B. Priestley).
P-P Plots, Rank Process, and Chernoff-Savage Theorems (E. A. Aly, M. Csorgo, L. Horvath).