By Anthony C. Davison, Yadolah Dodge, Nanny Wermuth

ISBN-10: 0198566549

ISBN-13: 9780198566540

ISBN-10: 1435620879

ISBN-13: 9781435620872

Originating from a gathering celebrating the eightieth birthday of Sir David Cox, the eminent Oxford student whose many very important and penetrating contributions to trendy information have had a unprecedented influence, this choice of papers by way of significant statistical researchers offers an outline of present advancements throughout quite a lot of study parts. Contributing authors and themes comprise: O.E. Barndorff-Nielsen (Aarhus): information and Physics; A.C. Davison (Lausanne): Statistical equipment; S. Darby (Oxford): Epidemiology; D. Firth (Warwick): Social records; P. Jall (Canberra): Nonparametrics; V.S.Isham (University collage, London): Stochastic Modelling; P. McCullagh (Chicago): Statistical types; N. Reid (Toronto): Asymptotics; B.D. Ripley (Oxford): Statistical computing; I. Rodriguez-Iturbe (Princeton): Statistical hydrology; A. Rotnitsky (Harvard): Semiparametrics; N. Shepard (Oxford): Statistical econometrics; N> Wermuth (Mainz): Graphical types; S.L. Zeger (Johns Hopkins): Biostatistics. appropriate for college kids of data in any respect degrees from complicated undergraduate to publish graduate, for working towards statisticians, and knowledge analysts, and for statistics and cognate fields, this ebook is a becoming tribute to Sir David Cox and his massive effect on sleek records.

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Utilitas Mathematics, 21A, 245–252. Cox, D. R. (1982). Combination of data. In Encyclopaedia of Statistical Sciences, 2, S. Kotz and N. L. ). New York: Wiley, 45–53. Cox, D. R. (1982). On the role of data of possibly lowered sensitivity. Biometrika, 69, 215–219. Cox, D. R. (1982). Randomization and concomitant variables in the design of experiments. In Statistics and Probability: Essays in honor of C. R. Rao, G. Kallianpur, P. R. Krishnaiah and J. K. Ghosh. Amsterdam: North-Holland, 197–202. Cox, D.

National Cancer Institute, 139–151. Cox, D. R. and Wermuth, N. (1999). Derived variables for longitudinal studies. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. (USA), 96, 12273–12274. Cox, D. R. and Wermuth, N. (1999). Likelihood factorizations for mixed discrete and continuous variables. Scand. J. , 25, 209–220. , Isham, V. and Cox, D. R. (1999). Probabilistic modelling of water balance at a point: the role of climate, soil and vegetation. Proc. Roy. Soc. A, 455, 3789–3805. 24 Publications of D. R. Cox up to 2004 Cox, D.

Biometrika, 53, 215–220. Cox, D. R. (1966). Notes on the analysis of mixed frequency distributions. Brit. J. Math. Statist. , 19, 39–47. Cox, D. R. (1966). Some problems of statistical analysis connected with congestion (with discussion). In Proceedings of the Symposium on Congestion Theory, W. L. Smith and W. E. ). Chapel Hill, North Carolina: University of North Carolina Press, 289–316. Cox, D. R. (1966). Some procedures connected with the logistic qualitative response curve. In Research Papers in Probability and Statistics (Festschrift for J.

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