By Anthony C. Davison, Yadolah Dodge, Nanny Wermuth
Originating from a gathering celebrating the eightieth birthday of Sir David Cox, the eminent Oxford pupil whose many vital and penetrating contributions to fashionable facts have had a rare impression, this selection of papers by means of significant statistical researchers offers an summary of present advancements throughout a variety of study components. Contributing authors and issues contain: O.E. Barndorff-Nielsen (Aarhus): statistics and Physics; A.C. Davison (Lausanne): Statistical tools; S. Darby (Oxford): Epidemiology; D. Firth (Warwick): Social facts; P. Jall (Canberra): Nonparametrics; V.S.Isham (University collage, London): Stochastic Modelling; P. McCullagh (Chicago): Statistical versions; 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 versions; S.L. Zeger (Johns Hopkins): Biostatistics. compatible for college students of records in any respect degrees from complicated undergraduate to put up graduate, for practising statisticians, and information analysts, and for data and cognate fields, this ebook is a becoming tribute to Sir David Cox and his titanic impact on glossy facts.
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And Wermuth, N. (1992). On the calculation of derived variables in the analysis of multivariate responses. Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 42, 162–170. Cox, D. R. and Wermuth, N. (1992). On the relation between interactions obtained with alternative codings of discrete variables. Methodika, 6, 76–85. Cox, D. R. and Wermuth, N. (1992). Response models for mixed binary and quantitative variables. Biometrika, 79, 441–461. , Fletcher, A. , Gore, S. , Jones, D. , Spiegelhalter, D. J. and Cox, D. R.
1994). A note on the quadratic exponential binary distribution. Biometrika, 81, 403–408. Cox, D. R. and Wermuth, N. (1994). Tests of linearity, multivariate normality and the adequacy of linear scores. J. R. Statist. Soc. C , 43, 347–355. Cox, D. R. (1995). Some recent developments in statistical theory. , (Harald Cram´ er Symposium), 1, 29–34. Cox, D. R. (1995). The relation between theory and application in statistics (with discussion). Test, 4, 207–261. Cox, D. R. and Wermuth, N. (1995). Derived variables calculated from similar responses: Some characteristics and examples.
Milne. Proc. Roy. Soc. A, 331, 273–283. [With an historical introduction by S. ] Cox, D. R. and Lewis, P. A. W. (1972). Multivariate point processes. In Proceedings of the Sixth Berkeley Symposium on Mathematical Statistics and Probability Theory, 3, L. M. LeCam, J. Neyman and E. L. )(1972). Berkeley: University of California Press, 401–448. Publications of D. R. Cox up to 2004 17 Herzberg, A. M. and Cox, D. R. (1972). Some optimal designs for interpolation and extrapolation. Biometrika, 59, 551–561.