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(1988)Current achievement and aptitude test modelingitem response theoryis based on the overlyoptimistic assumption of local independence: that examinee's responses to different test questions will be independent conditional ...
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(1989)A statistical procedure is developed with the purpose of detecting internal bias occurring concurrently in several items in an ability test. Concurrent internal bias (CIB) is considered in a nonparametric multidimensional ...
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(1989)The theory of statistical breakdown is studied from two different angles. Firstly, the finite sample breakdown points of estimators are found to be inherently related to their tail performances. This connection provides ...
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(1989)Many authors, for example, Fisher (1950), Pearson (1938), Birnbaum (1954), Good (1955), Littell and Folks (1971, 1973), Berk and Cohen (1979), and Koziol, Perlman, and Rasmussen (1988), have studied the problem of combining ...
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(1989)This work deals with a decisiontheoretic evaluation of pvalue rules. A test statistic is judged on the behavior of its pvalue with the loss function being an increasing function G of the pvalue.
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(1989)In many areas of application of statistics one has a relevent parametric family of densities and wishes to estimate the density from a random sample. In such cases one can use the family to generate an estimator. We fix a ...
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(1989)A popular nonparametric measure of a monotone relation between two variables is Kendall's tau. Originally, most analysis of this statistic assumed the two variables were independent, while more recently there has been ...
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(1990)Dimension reduction techniques are important in the problem of regression and prediction when the nominal number of predicting variables is greater than the number of observations. Two methods, principal components analysis ...
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(1990)Let $\{$(X$\sb{\rm t}$,Y$\sb{\rm t}$): t $\in$ N$\}$ be a strictly stationary process with X$\sb{\rm t}$ being R$\sp{\rm d}$valued and Y$\sb{\rm t}$ being real valued. Consider the problem of estimating the conditional ...
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(1990)Probability density functions are estimated by the method of maximum likelihood in sequences of regular exponential families. The approximation families of logdensities that we consider are polynomials, splines, and ...
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(1990)Suppose that $X\sb1,X\sb2,\cdots$ are independent observations from a distribution F, and that one wishes to estimate the $p\sp{\rm th}$ quantile $\xi\sb{p}(0 0).$ If $f(\xi\sb{p})$ is known, one may use the best fixed ...
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(1990)Twostage Bayes procedures, also known as Bayes double sample procedures, for estimating the mean of exponential family distributions are given by Cohen and Sackrowitz (1984). In their study, they develop double sample ...
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(1991)Let $({\bf X}\sb{i},Y\sb{i}), i = 1,2,\cdots,$ be a random sample satisfying a logistic regression model; that is, for each i, log($P(Y\sb{i}$ = $1\vert{\bf X}\sb{i})/P(Y\sb{i}$ = 0$\vert{\bf X}\sb{i})\rbrack$ = ${\bf ...
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(1991)Consider the model $y\sb{lj} = \mu\sb{l}(t\sb{j})$ + $\varepsilon\sb{lj}$, $l = 1,..,m$ and $j = 1,..,n,$ where $\varepsilon\sb{lj}$ are independent mean zero finite variance random variables. Under the above setting we ...
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(1991)Recursive methods for solving the nonparametric regression problem in the GLIMs and computing the Best Linear Unbiased Predictors are discussed here. An iterated state space algorithm is introduced to compute the generalized ...
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(1991)Modern scientific researchers often use complex computer simulation codes for theoretical investigations. We model the response of computer simulation code as the realization of a stochastic process. This approach, design ...
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(1992)As computer experiments are widely used in engineering and various other fields of science and technology, stochastic modeling and statistical analysis have been introduced to handle their outputs. Since in certain computer ...
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(1992)It has long been part of the Item Response Theory (IRT) folklore that under the usual empirical Bayes unidimensional IRT modeling approach, the posterior distribution of examinee ability given test response is approximately ...
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(1993)Several nonparametric tests based on ranks have been proposed to handle analysis of variance problems. But questions have been raised about the appropriateness of some procedures that are mere rank transformations of normal ...
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(1993)Efron (1988) proposes the use of standard logistic regression techniques to estimate hazard rates and survival curves from survival data. These techniques allow statisticians to use parametric regression modeling on survival ...
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