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  • Al Kadiri, M; Carroll, R.; Wand, Matt (Elsevier BV, 2010)
    We study the marginal longitudinal nonparametric regression problem and some of its semiparametric extensions. We point out that, while several elaborate proposals for efficient estimation have been proposed, a relative ...
  • Yang, Tao; Kecman, Vojislav; Cao, Longbing; Zhang, Chengqi; Huang, J (Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2011)
    Recognition of protein folding patterns is an important step in protein structure and function predictions. Traditional sequence similarity-based approach fails to yield convincing predictions when proteins have low sequence ...
  • Farmer, J; Gerig, Austin; Lillo, Fabrizio; Mike, Szabolcs (Routledge, 2006)
    The fact that supply and demand fluctuations have longmemory, which was independently discovered by Lillo and Farmer (2004) and Bouchaud et al. (2004), raises an apparent paradox about compatibility with market efficiency. ...
  • Novikov, Alex; Kordzakhia, Nino (Taylor \& Francis 4 Park Square Milton Park Abingdon 0X14 4RN England, 2008)
    Using the martingale approach we find sufficient conditions for exponential boundedness of first passage times over a level for ergodic first order autoregressive sequences.
  • Surkan, Pamela; Ryan, Louise; Vieira, Lina; Berkman, Lisa; Peterson, Karen (Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2007)
    Prevalence of child undernutrition remains high in many developing countries. In settings with scarce resources, modifiable maternal social conditions may influence feeding and parenting practices, in turn affecting child ...
  • Green, Peter (Applied Probability Trust, 1976)
    For a left-continuous random walk, absorbing at 0, the joint distribution of the maximum and time to absorption is derived. A description of the tails of the distributions and a conditional limit theorem are obtained for ...
  • Horton, Nj; Roberts, K; Ryan, Louise; Suglia, Sf; Wright, Rj (John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2008)
    Studies pertaining to childhood psychopathology often incorporate information front multiple sources (or informants). For example. measurement Of Some factor of particular interest might be collected from parents, teachers ...
  • Ormerod, John; Pham, Tung; Wand, Matt (Elsevier, 2013)
    A fast mean field variational Bayes (MFVB) approach to nonparametric regression when the predictors are subject to classical measurement error is investigated. It is shown that the use of such technology to the measurement ...
  • Bohm, V; Chiarella, Carl (Blackwell Publishers, 2005)
    This paper analyzes the dynamics of an explicit random process of prices and price expectations of finitely many assets in an economy with overlapping generations of heterogeneous consumers. They maximize expected utility ...
  • Cai, Tianxi; Parast, L; Ryan, Louise (John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2010)
    Meta-analysis provides a useful framework for combining information across related studies and has been widely utilized to combine data from clinical studies in order to evaluate treatment efficacy. More recently, meta-analysis ...
  • 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 ...
  • Sim, K; Li, Jinyan; Gopalkrishnan, V; Liu, Gm (John Wiley and Sons Inc, 2009)
    Several real-world applications require mining of bicliques, as they represent correlated pairs of data clusters. However, the mining quality is adversely affected by missing and noisy data. Moreover, some applications ...
  • Andersen, Janet; Goetghebeur, Els; Ryan, Louise (John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 1996)
    Goetghebeur and Ryan proposed a method for proportional hazards analyses of competing risks failure-time data when the failure type is missing for some cases. This paper evaluates the properties of the method using data ...
  • Padoan, S.; Wand, Matt (Elsevier Inc, 2008)
    We consider additive models fitting and inference when the response variable is a sample extreme. Non-linear covariate effects are handled using the mixed model representation of penalised splines. A fitting algorithm based ...
  • Hamlett, A.; Ryan, Louise; Serrano, P.; Wolfinger, R. (Taylor & Francis, 2003)
    The need to assess correlation in settings where multiple measurements are available on each of the variables of interest often arises in environmental science. However, this topic is not covered in introductory statistics ...
  • 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 ...
  • Davis, E.; Smith, T.; Laden, F; Hart, J.; Ryan, Louise; Garshick, E (American Chemical Society, 2006)
    Multi-tiered sampling approaches are common in environmental and occupational exposure assessment, where exposures for a given individual are often modeled based on simultaneous measurements taken at multiple indoor and ...
  • Li, Yi; Ryan, Louise (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2002)
    We propose a new class of semiparametric frailty models for spatially correlated survival data. Specifically, we extend the ordinary frailty models by allowing random effects accommodating spatial correlations to enter ...
  • Goetghebeur, Els; Ryan, Louise (Oxford University Press, 1990)
    We propose a modified log rank test for the analysis of competing risks survival data, when failure type is missing for some individuals. The proposed test reduces to a standard log rank test when all failure types are ...
  • Wei, Z; Ying, Mingsheng (Elsevier Science Bv, 2006)
    Deutsch-Jozsa algorithm has been implemented via a quantum adiabatic evolution by S. Das et al. [S. Das, R. Kobes, G. Kunstatter, Phys. Rev. A 65 (2002) 062310]. This adiabatic algorithm gives rise to a quadratic speed up ...