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Theses and Dissertations

Optimal Design of Experiments
Linwei Hu
PhD 2014
Major Professor(s): John Stufken

Bayesian Multiple Testing Under Dependence with Application to Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Andrew Brown
PhD 2013
Major Professor(s): Nicole Lazar and Gauri Datta

Extreme Value Estimators for Various Non-Negative Time Series with Heavy-Tail Innovations
Andrew Bartlett
PhD 2013
Major Professor(s): William McCormick

Mixture Poisson Point Process: Assessing Heterogeneity in EMA Analysis

Nat Kulvanich
PhD 2013
Major Professor(s): Stephen L. Rathbun

Design of cost-effective cancer biomarker reproducibility studies
Stephanie Carrieann Cooke
MS 2012
Major Professor(s): Kevin Dobbins

Predicting outcomes of mixed martial arts fights with novel fight variables
Jeremiah Douglas Johnson
MS 2012
Major Professor(s): Daniel Hall

Nonparametric analysis of time series with complex features
Cong Feng
PhD 2012
Major Professor(s): Lynne Seymour

Assessment of nonparametric frontier models applied to socially responsible investment
Andrew Hoss
MS 2011
Major Professor(s): Cheolwoo Park

Nonparametric GARCH models for financial volatility
Siyan S Hu
MS 2011
Major Professor(s): Lily Wang

Using regression based methods for time-constrained scaling of parallel processor computing applications
Jeonifer Garren
MS 2010
Major Professor(s): Jaxk Reeves

Statistical study of the decay lifetimes of the photo-excited DNA nucleobase Adenine
Zhuofei Hou
MS 2010

Major Professor(s): Jaxk Reeves

Derivation of the complete transcriptome of escherichia coli from microarray data
Kan Bao
MS 2009
Major Professor(s): Ying Xu

A review of ruin probability models
Brian James Fullilove
MS 2009
Major Professor(s): William McCormick

The coordination of design and analysis techniques for functional magnetic resonance imaging data
Sarah Rose Bednarski
MS 2009
Major Professor(s): Nicole Lazar

Effect of common errors in microsatellite data on estimates of population differentiation and inferring genotypic structure of complex disease loci using genome-wide expression data
Ellen Hepfer Breazel
PhD 2008
Major Professor(s): Paul Schliekelman

Applications of empirical likelihood to quantile estimation and longitudinal data
Jien Chen
PhD 2008
Major Professor(s): Nicole Lazar

Statistical methods for turtle bycatch data
Johnathan Eugene Dean
MS 2008
Major Professor(s): Dan Hall

Penalized principal component regression
Ayanna Nkenge Byrd
MS 2008
Major Professor(s): Cheolwoo Park

Estimation of the seed dispersal distribution with genotypic data
Yimei Cai
PhD 2007Major Professor(s):Jaxk Reeves

Estimation of the seed dispersal distribution with genotypic data
Yimei Cai
PhD 2007
Major Professor(s): Jaxk Reeves

Inference for controlled branching process, bayesian inference for zero-inflated count data and bayesian techniques for hairline fracture detection and reconstruction
Archan Bhattacharya
PhD 200
7Major Professor(s): Gauri S. Datta, T. N. Sriram

Determining bidder characteristics: an application of a bilinear mixed model in online auctions
Mayukh Dass
MS 2007
Major Professor(s): Lynne Seymour

Multivariate association and dimension reduction
Ross Iaci
PhD 2007
Major Professor(s): Xiangrong Yin, T.N. Sriram

Maximum likelihood based estimation of hazard function under shape restrictions and related statistical inference
Desale Habtzghi
PhD 2006
Major Professor(s): Somnath Datta

Implementing selc (sequential elimination of level combinations) for practitioners -new statistical softwares
Tan Ding
MS 2006
Major Professor(s): Abhyuday Mandal

Novel nonparametric methods for event time data
Dipankar Bandyopadhyay
PhD 2006
Major Professor(s): Somnath Datta

An evaluation of airbags
Tremika Rahchell Finney
MS 2005
Major Professor(s): Mary Meyer

Semiparametric ancova using shape restrictions
Yan Jiang
PhD 2005
Major Professor(s): Mary Meyer

Mixed effects models for a directional response: a case study with loblolly pine microfibril angle
Lewis Charles Jordan
MS 2005
Major Professor(s): Daniel Hall

Forecasting crop water demand: structural and time series analysis
Murali Adhikari
MS 2004
Major Professor(s): T.N. Sriram

Regression models in standardized test prediction
Leigh Michelle Harrell
MS 2004
Major Professor(s): Mary Meyer

Robust inference for randomized play the winner design
An-Lin Cheng
PhD 2004
Major Professor(s): Anand Vidyashankar

Extreme value methods in body-burden analysis: with application to inference from long-term data sets
Matthew Joseph Atkinson
MS 2004
Major Professor(s): Machelle Wilson

Modelling and analysis of Intraocular Pressure (IOP) data
Guorong Chen
PhD 2004
Major Professor(s): Gauri S. Datta

Application and comparison of time series models to AIDS data
Tadesse Haileyesus
MS 2002
Major Professor(s): Lynne Billard

Statistical modeling and analysis of the polymerase chain reaction
Terri Lynn Henderson
MS 2002
Major Professor(s): Anand Vidyashankar

Are wealthier elderly healthier? : a statistical analysis of AHEAD data
Jee-Hee Han
MS 2002
Major Professor(s): Anand Vidyashankar

Statistical modeling and analysis of the polymerase chain reaction
Terri Lynn Henderson
MS 2002
Major Professor(s): Anand Vidyashankar

Intra-individual variation in serum vitamin A measures among participants in the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1988-1994
Cathleen Doris Gillespie
MS 2002
Major Professor(s): Somnath Datta
 

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