Papers 1994-1996
Please contact Jeannie Weitzel for tech report requests (weitzel@stat.colostate.edu).
94/1 Exponential and Uniform Ergdicty of Markov Processes
D. Down, University of Illinois
S.P. Meyn, University of Illinois
R.L. Tweedie, Colorado State University

94/2 Importance Sampling For P-Value Computations in Multivariate Tests
Ronald W. Butler, Colorado State University
S. Huzurbazar, University of Georgia

94/3 Existence and Stability of Continuous Time Threshold ARMA Processes
O. Stramer, University of Colorado
R.L. Tweedie, University of Colorado
P.J. Brockwell, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

94/4 A Survey of Foster-Lyapunov Techniques for General State Space Markov Processes
S.P. Meyn, University of Illinois
R.L. Tweedie, Colorado State University

94/5 Orthogonal Measures and Absorbing Sets for Markov Chains
Pei-de Chen, Colorado State University
R.L. Tweedie, Colorado State University

94/6 Limiting Behavior of a Matching Test For Two Samples
M. M. Siddiqui, Colorado State University
šlk Grler, Bilkent University, Turkey

94/7 Saddlepoint approximations for P-values of some tests of covariance matrices
James G. Booth, University of Florida
Ronald W. Butler, Colorado State University
Andrew T.A. Wood, Australian National University
S. Huzurbazar, University of Georgia

94/8 Bayesian Logistic Regression and Design Considerations in MAC Experiments
Laura M. Smeaton, Colorado State University

94/9 Exact Exponential Convergence Rates for Stochastically Ordered Markov Processes
Robert B. Lund, University of Georgia
Sean P. Meyn, The University of Illinois
Richard L. Tweedie, Colorado State University
(See Revised Technical Report # 95/25)

94/10 Bayesian meta-analysis, with application to studies of ETS and lung cancer
Tweedie R.L., Colorado State University
Scott D.J., Colorado State University
Biggerstaff B.J, Colorado State University
Mengersen K.L, Colorado State University

94/11 Stochastic Net Models for Survival Analysis
Ronald Butler, Colorado State University
Aparna V. Huzurbazar, University of Florida

94/12 Bayesian Model Averaging for Linear Regression Models
Adrian E. Raftery, University of Washington
David Madigan, University of Washington
Jennifer A. Hoeting, Colorado State University

94/13 Incorporating sensitivity to estimates of heterogeneity in the random effects model in meta-analysis
B.J. Biggerstaff, Colorado State University
R.L. Tweedie, Colorado State University

94/14 A Method for Simultaneous Variable Selection and Outlier Identification in Linear Regression
Jennifer Hoeting, Colorado State University
Adrian E. Raftery, University of Washington
David Madigan, University of Washington

95/1 Incorporating sensitivity to estimates of heterogeneity in the random effects model in meta-analysis
B.J. Biggerstaff, Colorado State University
R.L. Tweedie, Colorado State University

95/2 A Method for Simultaneous Variable Selection and Outlier Identification in Linear Regression
Jennifer Hoeting, Colorado State University
Adrian E. Raftery, University of Washington
David Madigan, University of Washington

95/3 Bin-width Selection for Histograms
Shean-Tsong Chiu, Colorado State University

95/4 In-Place Measurement System Characterization
Karl Waltz, Colorado State University

95/5 Confirmation of the 1994 Scientific Committee Assessment of the Bering-Chukchi-Beaufort Seas Stock of Bowhead Whales, and Further Sensitivity Trials IWC paper SC/47/AS15
Geof H. Givens, Colorado State University

95/6 Implementing the Current Management Regime for Aboriginal Subsistence Whaling to Establish a Catch Limit for the Bering-Chukchi-Beaufort Seas Stock of Bowhead Whales IWC paper SC/47/AS14
Geof H. Givens, Colorado State University
Judith E. Zeh, University of Washington
Adrian E. Raftery, University of Washington

95/7 Alternative Bayesian Synthesis Approaches to Bering-Chukchi-Beaufort Seas Bowhead Whale Stock Assessment: Uncertainty in Historic Catch and Hitting with Fixed MSYR IWC paper SC/47/AS16
Geof H. Givens, Colorado State University
Sandra E. Thompson, Colorado State University

95/8 Two Short Papers for the 1995 Scientific Committee of the International Whaling Commission: SC/47/AS21 and SC/47/AS24
Geof H. Givens

95/9 Saddlepoint approximations for P-values of some tests of covariance matrices
James G. Booth, University of Florida
Ronald W. Butler, Colorado State University
S. Huzurbazar, University of Georgia
Andrew T.A. Wood, Australian National University

95/10 Local Adaptive Importance Sampling for Multivariate Densities with Strong Nonlinear Relationships
Geof H. Givens, Colorado State University
Adrian E. Raftery, University of Washington

95/11 The basis for the Scientific Committee's 1994 management advice on aboriginal subsistence whaling on the Bering-Chukchi-Beaufort Seas stock of Bowhead whales
Tim Smith, Northeast Fisheries Science Center, Massachusetts
Mark Bravington, Northeast Fisheries Science Center, Massachusetts
Geof Givens, Colorado State University SC/47/AS19

95/12 Developing an aboriginal subsistence whaling management procedure: outline of a process
Tim Smith, Northeast Fisheries Science Center, Massachusetts
Geof Givens, Colorado State University
Mark Bravington, Northeast Fisheries Science Center, Massachusetts SC/47/AS17

95/13 Simultaneous Variable and Transformation Selection in Linear Regression
Jennifer A. Hoeting, Colorado State University
Adrian E. Raftery, University of Washington
David Madigan, University of Washington

95/14 Fisher's Exact Test of Mutual Independence for 2x2x2 Cross-Classification Tables
Paul W. Mielke, Jr., Colorado State University
Kenneth J. Berry, Colorado State University
Daniel Zelterman, University of Minnesota

95/15 Permutation Tests for Common Locations Among Samples with Unequal Variances
Paul W. Mielke, Jr., Colorado State University
Kenneth J. Berry, Colorado State University

95/16 Nonasymptotic Inferences Based on Cochran's Q Test
Paul W. Mielke, Jr., Colorado State University
Kenneth J. Berry, Colorado State University

95/17 Exact Solution To An Occupancy Problem: A Useful Alternative To Cochran's Q Test
Kenneth J. Berry, Colorado State University
Paul W. Mielke, Jr., Colorado State University

95/18 A Repeated-Measures Permutation Procedure For Analyzing Semantic Differential Data
Kenneth J. Berry, Colorado State University
Paul W. Mielke, Jr., Colorado State University

95/19 Exact Cumulative Probabilities For The Multinomial Distribution
Kenneth J. Berry, Colorado State University
Paul W. Mielke, Jr., Colorado State University

95/20 A Test of Significance For The Index of Ordinal Variation
Kenneth J. Berry, Colorado State University
Paul W. Mielke, Jr., Colorado State University

95/21 Nonasymptotic Goodness-of-Fit Tests For Categorical Data
Kenneth J. Berry, Colorado State University
Paul W. Mielke, Jr., Colorado State University

95/22 Exact Goodness-of-Fit Probability Tests For Analyzing Categorical Data
Paul W. Mielke, Jr., Colorado State University
Kenneth J. Berry, Colorado State University

95/23 Geometric Convergence Rates for Stochastically Ordered Markov Chains
Robert B. Lund, The University of Georgia
Richard L. Tweedie, Colorado State University

95/24 Exact Tests of Significance in Higher Dimensional Tables
Daniel Zelterman, University of Minnesota and Yale University
Ivan Siu-Fung Chan, University of Minnesota
Paul W. Mielke, Colorado State University

95/25 Computable Exponential Convergence Rates for Stochastically Ordered Markov Processes
Robert B. Lund, University of Georgia
Sean P. Meyn, The University of Illinois
Robert L. Tweedie, Colorado State University

95/26 Artificial Skill and Validation in Meteorological Forecasting
Paul W. Mielke, Jr., Colorado State University
Kenneth J. Berry, Colorado State University
Christohper W. Landsea, Colorado State University
William M. Gray, Colorado State University

95/27 Explicit Rates of Convergence of Stochastically Ordered Markov Chains
D.J. Scott, Colorado State University
R.L. Tweedie, Colorado State University

95/28 Optimum Design of Serial Measurement Trees
Robert Ahlbrandt, Marion Merrell Dow Inc.
Hari K. Iyer, Colorado State University
Dominic F. Vecchia, National Institute of Standards and Technology

95/29 Exponential Convergence of Langevin Diffusions and Their Discrete Approximations
G.O. Roberts, University of Cambridge
R. L. Tweedie, Colorado State University

95/30 An Exact Test for Determining Elevated Risk of Disease within Contiguous Neighborhoods of High Toxin Concentration
D.D. Smith, Colorado State University

95/31 Estimating and Adjusting for Publication Bias Using Data Augmentation in Bayesian Meta-Analysis
Geof H. Givens, Colorado State University
D.D. Smith, Colorado State University
R.L. Tweedie, Colorado State University

95/32 Short Communication: The Geometric Convergence Rate of a Lindley Random Walk
Robert B. Lund, The University of Georgia

95/33 Construction of Orthogonal Two-level Designs of User-Specified Resolution where N 2k
C.T. Liao, Colorado State University
H.K.Iyer, Colorado State University
D.F. Vecchia, National Institute of Standards and Technology

95/34 Assessment Of Student Success And Identification Of At-Risk Students At The Gillette Campus
Teresa L. Anderson, Colorado State University

95/35 M-estimation for Linear Regression with Infinite Variance
Richard A. Davis, Colorado State University
Wei Wu, University of Illinois

95/36 Bootstrapping M-Estimates in Regression and Autoregression with Infinite Variance
Richard A. Davis, Colorado State University
Wei Wu, University of Illinois

95/37 Gauss-Newton and M-Estimation for ARMA Processes With Infinite Variance
Richard A. Davis, Colorado State University

95/38 Limit Theory For Bilinear Processes With Heavy Tailed Noise
Richard A. Davis, Colorado State University
Sidney I. Resnick, Cornell University

96/1 Inference for Seasonal Moving Average Models With a Unit Root
Richard A. Davis, Colorado State University
Meiching Chen, Colorado State University
William T.M. Dunsmuir, University of New South Wales

96/2 Model validation and assessment of uncertainty in a deterministic model for gonorrhea
Geof H. Givens, Colorado State University
James P. Huges, University of Washington

96/3 Importance Sampling for P-Value Computations in Multivariate Tests
Ronald W. Butler, Colorado State University
S. Huzurbazar, University of Wyoming

96/4 A Control Chart For Processes With Correlated Subgroups
I.V. Basawa, University of Georgia
Robert Lund, University of Georgia
W.J. Padgett, University of South Carolina

96/5 Generalized Inverse Gaussian Distributions and Their MANOVA Connections
Ronald W. Butler, Colorado State University

96/6 Maximum Likelihood Estimation for Single Server Queues From Waiting Time Data
Ishwar V. Basawa, University of Georgia
U. Narayan Bhat, Southern Methodist University

96/7 Extremes of Stochastic Volatility Models
F.J. Breidt, Iowa State University
Richard A. Davis, Colorado State University

96/8 Saddlepoint Approximation for Multivariate CDF and Probability Computations in Sampling Theory
Ronald W. Butler, Colorado State University
Richard K. Sutton, Colorado State University

96/9 Calculating Accuracy Rates from Multiple Assessors with Limited Information
Richard Tweedie, Colorado State University
Kerrie Mengersen, Queensland University of Technology

96/10 Incorporating variability in estimates of heterogeneity in the random effects model in meta-analysis
B.J. Biggerstaff, National Institute of Standards and Technology
R.L. Tweedie, Colorado State University

96/11 Approximate Distributions for the Various Serial Correlograms
Ronald W. Butler, Colorado State University
Marc S. Paolella, Institut fur Statistik und Ekonometrie

96/12 Optimal balanced measurement designs when errors are correlated
C.H. Taylor, Colorado State University
H.K. Iyer, Colorado State University
C.T. Liao, Colorado State University

96/13 Exact Confidence Intervals for a Variance Ratio (or Heritability) in a Mixed Linear Model
Brent D. Burch, Colorado State University
Hari K. Iyer, Colorado State University

96/14 Tolerance Intervals for Assessing Individual Bioequivalence
Eileen B. Brown, Colorado State University
Hari K. Iyer, Colorado State University
C. Ming Wang, Colorado State University

96/15 Estimating Function Methods of Inference for Queuing Parameters
I.V. Basawa, The University of Georgia
Robert Lund, The University of Georgia and Colorado State University
U. Narayan Bhat, Southern Methodist University

96/16 Assessing Sensitivity to Multiple Factors in Calculating Attributable Risks
Sue Taylor, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
Richard Tweedie, Colorado State University

96/17 A Critique of Some Aspects of Experimental Design
J.N. Srivastava, Colorado State University

96/18 Exact Probabilities for First-Order and Second-Order Interactions in 2 x 2 x 2 Contingency Tables
Paul W. Mielke, Jr., Colorado State University
Kenneth J. Berry, Colorado State University

96/19 A Permutation Test for Multivariate Matched-Pair Analyses: Comparisons With Hotelling's Multivariate Matched-Pair T2 Test
Paul W. Mielke, Jr., Colorado State University
Kenneth J. Berry, Colorado State University
Charles O. Neidt, Colorado State University

96/20 Some Exact and Nonasymptotic Analyses of Discrete Goodness-of-fit and r-way Contingency Tables
Paul W. Mielke, Jr., Colorado State University

96/21 Measuring the Joint Agreement Between Multiple Raters and a Standard
Kenneth J. Berry, Colorado State University
Paul W. Mielke, Jr., Colorado State University

96/22 Agreement Measure Comparisons Between Two Independent Sets of Raters
Kenneth J. Berry, Colorado State University
Paul W. Mielke, Jr., Colorado State University

96/23 An Exploratory Analysis of Crop-Hail Insurance Data For Evidence of Cloud-Seeding Effects in North Dakota
Paul L. Smith, South Dakota School of Mines
Ronald Johnson, South Dakota School of Mines
David L. Priegnitz, South Dakota School of Mines
Bruce A. Boe, North Dakota Atmospheric Research Board
Paul W. Mielke, Jr., Colorado State University

96/24 Uncertainty in a Historical Catch Record for Bowhead Whales
Geof H. Givens, Colorado State University
Sandra E. Thompson, Colorado State University

96/25 Bayesian Model Averaging
David Madigan, University of Washington
Adrian E. Raftery, University of Washington
Chris T. Volinsky, University of Washington
Jennifer A. Hoeting, Colorado State University

96/26 Are the Fish Safe to Eat? Assessing Mercury Levels in Fish in Maine Lakes
Jennifer A. Hoeting, Colorado State University

96/27 Two Short Papers for the 1996 Scientific Committee of the International Whaling Commission: (IWC papers SC/48/Mg6 and SC/48/AS13)

A family of catch control laws that meet aboriginal subsistence management principles as stated in sub-paragraph 13(a) (SC/48/Mg6)
Paul R. Wade, Alaska Fisheries Science Center
Geof H. Givens, Colorado State University

Bowhead management history (SC/48/AS13)
Geof H. Givens, Colorado State University
Judith E. Zeh, University of Washington

96/28 Bowhead Aboriginal Management Scheme Trials and Statistics (IWC SC/48/Mg1)
Geof H. Givens, Colorado State University
David J. Thomas, Colorado State University

96/29 Sample Bowhead Aboriginal Management Scheme Trials (IWC SC/48/Mg7)
Geof H. Givens, Colorado State University
David J. Thomas, Colorado State University

96/30 Exponential Convergence of Langevin Diffusions and Their Discrete Approximations
G.O. Roberts, University of Cambridge
R.L. Tweedie, Colorado State University

96/31 The Bayesian Synthesis Assessment Method: Resolving the Borel Paradox and Comparing the Backwards and Forwards Variants (IWC SC/48/AS16)
Adrian E. Raftery, University of Washington
David Poole, University of Washington
Geof H. Givens, Colorado State University

96/32 A Control Chart for a General Gaussian Process
Robert Lund, The University of Georgia
I.V. Basawa, The University of Georgia
W.J. Padgett, The University of South Carolina
Lynne Seymour, The University of Georgia

96/33 Comparison between the Chernoff and factorial moment bounds for discrete random variables
Philippe Naveau, Colorado State University

96/34 Bayesian Assessment of Publication Bias in Meta-Analyses of Cervical Cancer and Oral Contraceptives
Bonnie LaFleur, University of Colorado
Sue Taylor, University of Colorado
D.D. Smith, Colorado State University
R.L. Tweedie, Colorado State University

96/35 Truncation approximations of invariant measures for Markov chains
R.L. Tweedie, Colorado State University

96/36 Queueing at the Tax Office
Richard Tweedie, Colorado State University
Nell Hall, NSW Department of Health

96/37 Sandbars in the Colorado River: an Environmental Consulting Project
Jennifer A. Hoeting, Colorado State University Brian Cluer, National Park Service
Kristina Varga, Colorado State University

96/38 Monte Carlo approximation of bootstrap variances
James G. Booth, University of Florida
Somnath Sarkar, Lilly Research Laboratories

96/39 Bayesian Predictive Simultaneous Variable and Transformation Selection in the Linear Model
Jennifer A. Hoeting, Colorado State University
Joseph G. Ibrahim, Harvard School of Public Health

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