Adaptive designs: papers from the Joint AMS-IMS-SIAM Summer Conference held at Mt. Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA, July 1992 / Nancy Flournoy and William F. Rosenberger

Auteur secondaire : Flournoy, Nancy (1947-) - Editeur scientifique ; Rosenberger , William F. - Editeur scientifiqueType de document: Livre numériqueCollection: Lecture notes-monograph series ; 25Langue: anglaisÉditeur: Hayward, CA : Institute of Mathematical Statistics, 1995 ISBN: 0940600366 Note: Contents: William F. Rosenberger, Adaptive designs in clinical trials: some issues with emphasis on asymptotic inference (1–12); R. T. Smythe and William F. Rosenberger, Play-the-winner designs, generalized Pólya urns, and Markov branching processes (13–22); John Bather, Response adaptive allocation and selection bias (23–35); Vincent F. Melfi, Randomized adaptive designs (36–47); Jeffrey R. Eisele, Biased coin designs: some properties and applications (48–64); Janis P. Hardwick, A modified bandit as an approach to ethical allocation in clinical trials (65–87); P. W. Jones [Peter Watts Jones], A. M. Lewis and R. Hartley [Roger Hartley], Some designs for multicriteria bandits (88–94); D. S. Coad, Sequential allocation involving several treatments (95–109); Christopher R. Palmer, Sequential elimination procedures in clinical trials of three Bernoulli response treatments (110–123); Yi Cheng [Yi Cheng2] and Donald A. Berry, Optimal designs for clinical trials in stages (124–138); Stephen D. Durham and Nancy Flournoy, Up-and-down designs. I. Stationary treatment distributions (139–157); Stephen D. Durham, Nancy Flournoy and Ali A. Montazer-Haghighi, Up-and-down designs. II. Exact treatment moments (158–178); Zhengqing Li, Stephen D. Durham and Nancy Flournoy, An adaptive design for maximization of a contingent binary response (179–196); Z. Govindarajulu, Certain sequential adaptive design problems (197–212); Connie Page, Adaptive allocation for estimation (213–222); Janis P. Hardwick and Quentin F. Stout, Exact computational analyses for adaptive designs (223–237); Girish Aras, Adaptive designs for optimal age replacement policy (238–248); Lifang Hsu, New procedures for group-testing based on the Huffman lower bound and Shannon entropy criteria (249–262); Refik Soyer and Anne L. Vopatek, Adaptive Bayesian designs for accelerated life testing (263–275); Rainer Schwabe, Adaptation in the design of experiments for linear models (276–288). Sujets MSC: 62-06 Statistics -- Proceedings, conferences, collections, etc
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Contents: William F. Rosenberger, Adaptive designs in clinical trials: some issues with emphasis on asymptotic inference (1–12); R. T. Smythe and William F. Rosenberger, Play-the-winner designs, generalized Pólya urns, and Markov branching processes (13–22); John Bather, Response adaptive allocation and selection bias (23–35); Vincent F. Melfi, Randomized adaptive designs (36–47); Jeffrey R. Eisele, Biased coin designs: some properties and applications (48–64); Janis P. Hardwick, A modified bandit as an approach to ethical allocation in clinical trials (65–87); P. W. Jones [Peter Watts Jones], A. M. Lewis and R. Hartley [Roger Hartley], Some designs for multicriteria bandits (88–94); D. S. Coad, Sequential allocation involving several treatments (95–109); Christopher R. Palmer, Sequential elimination procedures in clinical trials of three Bernoulli response treatments (110–123); Yi Cheng [Yi Cheng2] and Donald A. Berry, Optimal designs for clinical trials in stages (124–138); Stephen D. Durham and Nancy Flournoy, Up-and-down designs. I. Stationary treatment distributions (139–157); Stephen D. Durham, Nancy Flournoy and Ali A. Montazer-Haghighi, Up-and-down designs. II. Exact treatment moments (158–178); Zhengqing Li, Stephen D. Durham and Nancy Flournoy, An adaptive design for maximization of a contingent binary response (179–196); Z. Govindarajulu, Certain sequential adaptive design problems (197–212); Connie Page, Adaptive allocation for estimation (213–222); Janis P. Hardwick and Quentin F. Stout, Exact computational analyses for adaptive designs (223–237); Girish Aras, Adaptive designs for optimal age replacement policy (238–248); Lifang Hsu, New procedures for group-testing based on the Huffman lower bound and Shannon entropy criteria (249–262); Refik Soyer and Anne L. Vopatek, Adaptive Bayesian designs for accelerated life testing (263–275); Rainer Schwabe, Adaptation in the design of experiments for linear models (276–288).

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