The applied statistician often encounters the need to compare two or more groups with respect to more than one outcome or response. Several options are generally available, including reducing the dimension of the problem ...
Real-world phenomena are frequently modelled by Bayesian hierarchical models. The building-blocks in such models are the distribution of each variable conditional on parent and/or neighbour variables in the graph. The ...
For a graph of m nodes and n edges, an algorithm for testing the isomorphism of graphs is given. The complexity of the algorithm is a maximum of O(mn(2)) in almost all cases, with a considerable reduction if sparsity is ...
Monte Carlo simulation of weak approximation of stochastic differential equations constitutes an intensive computational task. In applications such as finance, for instance, to achieve "real time" execution, as often ...
In the years following the publication of Black and Scholes (J Political Econ, 81(3), 637-654, 1973), numerous alternative models have been proposed for pricing and hedging equity derivatives. Prominent examples include ...
Motivated by the needs of scientists using flow cytometry, we study the problem of estimating the region where two multivariate samples differ in density. We call this problem highest density difference region estimation ...
Dossou, Kokou; Fontaine, Marie(Elsevier Science Sa, 2005)
We have studied the approximation of optical waveguide eigenvalues by a high order isoparametric vector finite element method. Isoparametric mappings are used for the approximation of domains with curved boundaries or ...
Phat, V; Ha, Quang(Springer/Plenum Publishers, 2009)
This paper addresses the design of H ? state feedback controllers for a class of nonlinear time-varying delay systems. The interesting features here are that the system in consideration is nonautonomous with fast-varying ...
This paper formulates and solves the robust H-infinity control problem for discrete-time nonlinear switching, systems. The H-infinity control problem is interpreted as the l(2) finite gain control problem and is studied ...
Summary HIV prevalence in China is less than one per cent, but the absolute number of people living with HIV/AIDS is large and growing. Given the limited scope of any potential cure for HIV, prevention plays a crucial role ...
Hybrid flow-shop problems and problems with multiprocessor task systems have remained subject of intensive research over several years. Hybrid flow-shop problems overcome one of the limitations of the classical flow-shop ...
In this paper we combine the main concepts of estimation of distribution algorithms (EDAs) and immune algorithms (IAs) to be a hybrid algorithm called immune-estimation of distribution algorithms (IEDA). Both EDAs and IAs ...
We propose simple schemes that can perfectly identify projective measurement apparatuses secretly chosen from a finite set. Entanglement is used in these schemes both to make possible the perfect identification and to ...
Mccarty, Kathleen; Houseman, E.; Quamruzzaman, Quazi; Rahman, Mahmuder; Mahiuddin, Golam; Smith, Thomas; Ryan, Louise; Christiani, David(Environmental Health Information Service, 2006)
An established exposure-response relationship exists between water arsenic levels and skin lesions. Results of previous studies with limited historical exposure data, and laboratory animal studies suggest that diet may ...
This paper presents a real-coded genetic algorithm (RCGA) with new genetic operations (crossover and mutation). They are called the average-bound crossover and wavelet mutation. By introducing the proposed genetic operations, ...
An, Jy; Wen, Gl; Xu, Wei(Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2010)
The fuzzy H infinity filter design problem for T-S fuzzy systems with interval time-varying delay is investigated. The delay is considered as the time-varying delay being either differentiable uniformly bounded with delay ...
Strauss, Wj; Ryan, Louise; Morara, M; Iroz-Elardo, N; Davis, M; Cupp, M; Nishioka, Mg; Quackenboss, J; Galke, W; Ozkaynak, H; Scheidt, P(John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2010)
Modern epidemiological studies face opportunities and challenges posed by an ever-expanding capacity to measure a wide range of environmental exposures, along with sophisticated biomarkers of exposure and response at the ...