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Moda 7 - Advances in Model-Oriented Design and Analysis : Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Model-Oriented Design and Analysis Held in Heeze, the Netherlands, June 14-18, 2004 - Alessandro Di Bucchianico

Moda 7 - Advances in Model-Oriented Design and Analysis

Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Model-Oriented Design and Analysis Held in Heeze, the Netherlands, June 14-18, 2004

By: Alessandro Di Bucchianico (Editor), Henning Lauter (Editor), Henry P. Wynn (Editor)


Published: 18th May 2004
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This volume contains a substantial number of the papers presented at the mODa 7 conference. mODastands for Model Oriented Data Analysis and pre­ vious conferences have been held in Wartburg (1987) (then in the GDR), St Kirik monastery, Bulgaria (1990), Petrodvorets, St Petersburg, Russia (1992), The island of Spetsos, Greece (1995), the Centre International de Rencontres Mathematiques, Marseilles, France (1998) and Puchberg/Schneeberg, Aus­ tria, (2001). The purpose of these workshops has traditionally been to bring together scientists from the East and West interested in the optimal design of exper­ iments and related topics and younger and senior researchers in the field. These traditions remain vital to the health of the series. During this period Europe has seen increasing unity and the organizers of and participants in mODa must take some satisfaction from the fact that the youthful ideals of the founders of the series are reflected in this transition. The present conference and mODa 6 are supported by a European Union conference grant (contract HPCF-CT 2000 00045) whose funding emphasis is on younger participants. The company GlaxoSmithKline has very generously continued its support. We are very grateful for these substantial contribu­ tions.

A masked spectral bound for maximum-entropy samplingp. 1
Some Bayesian optimum designs for response transformation in nonlinear models with nonconstant variancep. 13
Extensions of the Ehrenfest urn designs for comparing two treatmentsp. 23
Nonparametric testing for main effects on inequivalent designsp. 33
Maximin optimal designs for a compartmental modelp. 41
Optimal adaptive designs in phase III clinical trials for continuous responses with covariatesp. 51
Optimal designs for regression models with forced measurements at baselinep. 61
Small size designs in nonlinear models computed by stochastic optimizationp. 71
Asymptotic properties of biased coin designs for treatment allocationp. 81
Lower bounds on efficiency ratios based on [phi][subscript p]-optimal designsp. 89
On a functional approach to locally optimal designsp. 97
Optimal design criteria based on tolerance regionsp. 107
Simultaneous choice of design and estimator in nonlinear regression with parameterized variancep. 117
Minimum entropy estimation in semi-parametric models : a candidate for adaptive estimation?p. 125
Optimal designs for contingent response modelsp. 133
Bayesian D-optimal designs for generalized linear models with a varying dispersion parameterp. 143
L-optimum designs in multi-factor models with heteroscedastic errorsp. 153
Multiplicative algorithms for constructing optimizing distributions : further developmentsp. 163
Locally optimal designs for an extension of the Michaelis-Menten modelp. 173
Asymptotic properties of urn designs for three-arm clinical trialsp. 183
T-optimum designs for multiresponse dynamic heteroscedastic modelsp. 191
Error transmission in mixture experimentsp. 201
Maximum entropy sampling and general equivalence theoryp. 211
Towards identification of patient responses to aesthesia infusion in real timep. 219
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ISBN: 9783790802139
ISBN-10: 3790802131
Series: Contributions to Statistics
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 240
Published: 18th May 2004
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.4
Weight (kg): 0.37