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  • Ben-Sefer, Ellen (Australian Association of Jewish Studies, 2003)
  • Halcomb, Elizabeth; Fernandez, Ritin; Griffiths, Rhonda; Newton, Phillip; Hickman, Louise (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Asia, 2008)
    Background Many acute care facilities report endemic methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), while others describe the occurrence of sporadic disease outbreaks. The timely implementation of effective infection ...
  • Ider, B. E.; Adams, Jon; Morton, A.; Whitby, M.; Clements, A. (W B Saunders Co Ltd, 2012)
    Background: Just two decades ago, 30 of today's countries in Europe and Asia had socialist governments under Soviet dominance or direct administration. Intensive health system reforms have altered infection control in many ...
  • Geweke, John; Jiang, Yunfei (Elsevier Science Sa, 2011)
    This paper develops a new Bayesian approach to structural break modeling. The focuses of the approach are the modeling of in-sample structural breaks and forecasting time series allowing out-of-sample breaks. The model has ...
  • Hosking, Fay; Sterne, Jonathan; Smith, George; Green, Peter (Wiley-Liss, 2008)
    In this paper we propose a Bayesian modeling approach to the analysis of genome-wide association studies based on single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) data. Our latent seed model combines various aspects of k-means clustering, ...
  • Didelot, X; Lawson, D; Darling, Aaron; Falush, D (Genetics Soc Am, 2010)
    Bacteria and archaea reproduce clonally, but sporadically import DNA into their chromosomes from other organisms. In many of these events, the imported DNA replaces an homologous segment in the recipient genome. Here we ...
  • Bhar, Ramaprasad; Chiarella, Carl (Inderscience, 2009)
    The existence of risk premium is thought to be the reason why forward exchange rate is not an unbiased predictor of future spot exchange rate. In this paper we review two methodologies for inferring this unobserved risk ...
  • Li, Yi; Ryan, Louise (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2006)
    We propose a new method for fitting proportional hazards models with error-prone covariates. Regression coefficients are estimated by solving an estimating equation that is the average of the partial likelihood scores based ...
  • Menzies, Gordon; Zizzo, Daniel (The Economics Society of Australia, 2004)
  • Menzies, Gordon; Zizzo, Daniel (Berkley Press, 2009)
    We propose that the formation of beliefs be treated as statistical hypothesis tests, and label such beliefs inferential expectations. If a belief is overturned through the build-up of evidence, we assume agents switch to ...
  • Scarpa, Riccardo; Zanoli, R; Bruschi, V; Naspetti, S (Oxford Univ Press Inc, 2013)
    We review the current literature on attribute non-attendance in stated choice and use data from beef and chicken choice experiments using both inference and the respondents' own statements. Inference is based on panel data ...
  • Didelot, X; Darling, Aaron; Falush, D (Cold Spring Harbor Lab Press, Publications Dept, 2009)
    Acquisition and loss of genetic material are essential forces in bacterial microevolution. They have been repeatedly linked with adaptation of lineages to new lifestyles, and in particular, pathogenicity. Comparative ...
  • Bhar, Ramaprasad; Chiarella, Carl; Runggaldier, Wolfgang (Berkeley Electronic Press, 2004)
    This paper considers the measurement of the equity risk premium in financial markets from a new perspective that picks up on a suggestion from Merton (1980) to use implied volatility of options on a market portfolio as a ...
  • Carroll, Katherine (Sage Publications Ltd, 2013)
    A researcher's emotional labour is inextricably linked to the methodological and ethical underpinnings of doing' sensitive and some feminist research. However, a key component of the emotional labour theory does not fit ...
  • Cossart, Rob; Thoms, Martin; Rayburg, Scott (International Association of Hydrological Sciences, 2006)
    t Flood plain wetland complexes are mosaics of physical units and the sediments contained within these various units often display spatial and temporal complexity. This paper reconstructs the environmental history of ...
  • Cheng, S; Zhou, J; Ji, Jc (IOP PUBLISHING LTD, 2011)
    This paper studies the infinite-time and finite-time synchronization of coupled harmonic oscillators with distributed protocol in the scenarios with and without a leader. In the absence of a leader, the convergence conditions ...
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    Anderson, Benedict; Bobrova, Yekaterina; Glazko, Aleksandra; Nelson, Simeon (BBR, Berlin, 2009)
    On 9 November 2007, the German parliament, the Bundestag, decided that the Federal Republic of Germany would erect a Memorial to Freedom and Unity in remembrance of the peaceful revolution in the autumn of 1989 and the ...
  • Zhang, Yunong; Yin, Jiangping; Cai, Binghuang (Elsevier, 2009)
    Kinematically redundant manipulators admit an infinite number of inverse kinematic solutions and hence the optimization of different performance measures corresponding to various task requirements must be considered. Joint ...
  • Dong, Mei (Cambridge University Press, 2011)
    Rocheteau, Rupert, and Wright [Scandinavian Journal of Economics 109 (2007), 837-855] show that the relationship between inflation and unemployment can be positive or negative, depending on the primitives of the model. The ...
  • Nikolova, Natalia; Devinney, Timothy (Emerald, 2009)
    The aim of this paper is to provide a clearer picture of the nature of power imbalance in client-consultant teams, which has negative consequences for the development and implementation of consultantsa?? recommendations, ...