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  • Carroll, R.; Fan, Jianqing; Gijbels, Irene; Wand, Matt (American Statistical Association, 1997)
    A semiparametric version of the generalized linear model for regression response was developed by replacing the linear combination with nonparametric components. The generalized partially linear single-index models were ...
  • Melham, Ray (FIBONACCI ASSOC, 1997)
  • Legler, J.; Ryan, Louise (American Statistical Association, 1997)
    Multiple outcomes are commonly measured in:the study of birth defects. The reason is that most teratogens do not cause a single, uniquely defined defect, but rather result in a range of effects, including major malformations, ...
  • Geys, H; Molenberghs, G; Ryan, Louise (Marcel Dekker, 1997)
    Molenberghs and Ryan (1996) proposed a likelihood-based model for clustered. binary data, based on a multivariate exponential family model (Cox, 1972). The model benefits from the elegance and simplicity of exponential ...
  • Sammel, Mary; Ryan, Louise; Legler, Julie (Blackwell Publishing, 1997)
    We propose a latent variable model for mixed discrete and continuous outcomes. The model accommodates any mixture of outcomes from an exponential family and allows for arbitrary covariate effects, as well as direct modelling ...
  • Augenlicht, L.; Wadler, S.; Corner, G.; Richards, C.; Ryan, Louise; Multani, A.; Pathak, S.; Benson, A.; Haller, D.; Heerdt, B. (Amer Assoc Cancer Research, 1997)
    Human colonic cancer is associated with multiple genetic deletions, mutations, and alterations in gene expression; in contrast, gene amplification has not been recognized as a prominent characteristic of human colonic ...
  • Weller, E.; Ryan, Louise; Spiegelman, D.; Smith, T. (Elsevier Science B.V., 1997)
    Relating an exposure level to a particular outcome in occupational and environmental epidemiology studies may be challenging. In these studies, researchers are interested in the health effects from exposure. Two factors ...
  • Clark, David; Ryan, Louise (Williams & Wilkins, 1997)
    Background: Mortality is an important measurement of injury outcomes, but measurements reflecting disability or cost also important, Hospital length of stay (LOS) has been used as an outcome variable, but reduced LOS could ...
  • Ryan, Louise (Lancet Ltd, 1997)
    Background Individually, randomised trials have not shown conclusively whether adjuvant chemotherapy benefits adult patients with localised resectable soft-tissue sarcoma. Methods A quantitative meta-analysis of updated ...
  • Stark, Paul; Ryan, Louise; Mcdonald, James; Burge, Harriet (Springer, 1997)
    Pollen-related allergy is a common disease resulting in symptoms of hay fever and asthma. Control of symptoms depends (generally) on avoidance and pharmacological treatment. Both of these approaches could benefit from ...
  • Yeh, M; Yeh, Wei-Chang (Taylor & Francis Ltd, 1998)
    Deadlock problems of zone-control uni-directional automated guided vehicle systems (AGVS) are discussed in this paper. A directed graph is de? ned to model the vehicle ? ows, to identify distinct vehicle ? ows, to represent ...
  • Wooders, John (Elsevier Science Bv, 1998)
    We analyze trading in a model in which the agents and their preferences are the same as in the main models of matching and bargaining, but in which trade is centralized rather than decentralized. We characterize equilibrium ...
  • Melham, Ray (FIBONACCI ASSOC, 1998)
  • Ibrahim, Joseph; Ryan, Louise; Chen, Ming-Hui (American Statistical Association, 1998)
    Historical data often play an important role in helping interpret the results of a current study. This article is motivated primarily by one specific application: the analysis of data from rodent carcinogenicity studies. ...
  • Bosch, Ronald; Ryan, Louise (Elsevier Science Bv, 1998)
    We develop a family of distributions which allow for over- and underdispersion relative to the Poisson. This latter feature is particularly appealing since many existing methods only allow for overdispersion. These ...
  • Stoler, Joan; Huntington, Kelly; Peterson, Charles; Peterson, Karen; Daniel, Patricia; Aboagye, Kwabena; Lieberman, Ellice; Ryan, Louise; Holmes, Lewis (Mosby Inc, 1998)
    Objective: To examine the efficacy of a combination of 4 blood markers of alcohol use in detecting alcohol-abusing pregnant women. Study design: Two new markers of alcohol use, whole blood-associated acetaldehyde and ...
  • Gaylor, David; Ryan, Louise; Krewski, Dan; Zhu, Yiliang (Elsevier Inc, 1998)
    Safety assessment for noncancer health effects generally has been based upon dividing a no observed adverse effect (NOAEL) by uncertainty (safety) factors to provide an acceptable daily intake (ADI) or reference dose (RfD). ...
  • Brown, James; Diamond, I; R., Chambers; Buckner, L.; Teague, A. (Blackwell Publishing, 1999)
    As a result of lessons learnt from the 1991 census, a research programme was set up to seek improvements in census methodology. Underenumeration has been placed top of the agenda in this programme, and every effort is being ...
  • Yeh, Wei-Chang (Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 1999)
    In this study, a special situation involving a computationally di$cult #owshop scheduling problem is discussed. The objective of this problem is to minimize a weighted combination of job #owtime and schedule makespan. ...
  • Langtry, Tim (Elsevier, 1999)
    For periodic integrands with unit period in each variable, certain error bounds for lattice rules are conveniently characterised by the figure of merit rho, which was originally introduced in the context of number theoretic ...