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A nested frailty model for bivariate recurrent events: a poisson modelling approach
Author(s):
Wang
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2018
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
Joint Tweedie Mixed Models for longitudinal data of mixed types
Author(s):
Li
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2017
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
Analysis of clustered data using Tweedie models with covariate-dependent random effects
Author(s):
Islam
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2013
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
Clustered data are traditionally handled using models with covariate-independent random effects in the statistical community....
A Bayesian Poisson mixed modelling approach to survival model with compound Poisson distributed frailty
Author(s):
Yu
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2016
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
In survival studies, a subgroup of subjects may have zero susceptibility to the event of interest. For example, some people...
Combinatorial descriptions of the m-Cambrian lattices
Author(s):
Freeze
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2016
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
The main object of interest in this thesis is the linear type An-1 family of m-Cambrian lattices. I will provide two concrete...
Bayesian compound poisson mixed models for longitudinal semi-continuous data with non-ignorable missingness
Author(s):
Sang
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2016
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
Longitudinal semi-continuous data, which contain a fair amount of zeros along with positive values, is common in biomedical,...
Hochschild cohomology and the theory of algebraic deformations
Author(s):
Koncovy
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2018
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
Tweedie nonlinear mixed models for longitudinal data
Author(s):
Snow
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2018
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
QFASA R Package
Author(s):
Kamerman
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2019
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
The basic theory of varieties in algebraic geometry
Author(s):
Almohammadi
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2016
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
In algebraic geometry, a variety is a set of zeroes of a set of polynomial equations in an arbitrary finite number of...
Tweedie generalized linear models with crossed random effects
Author(s):
Cui
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2019
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
In educational and medical studies, cross-classified data are very common. In the cross-structured data, the observations...
Assessment of single factor structure in SATS-36 categories
Author(s):
Al Shahrani
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2016
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
The attitude of students toward statistics has an impact on students’ overall academic performance. For non-science students...
The sine-Gordon equation and its application to black holes
Author(s):
Al Humaidi
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2015
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
Linear and nonlinear wave equations are important in various aspects of mathematics and physics, including the study of black...
Multi-patch Laplace dispersal across biased interfaces
Author(s):
Beykzadeh
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2019
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
In the study of the dispersal of species across a landscape, most previous models approximate heterogeneous landscapes by a...
Dynamics of a pathogen-immune interaction model
Author(s):
Alshobrami
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2013
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
A new mathematical model is proposed to describe the interaction between the virus and the immune cells in an HIV infected...
A Poisson mixed modeling approach to longitudinal multinomial data of varying cluster sizes
Author(s):
Fu
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2020
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
Longitudinal studies and categorical data analysis are commonly used in many areas, such as medicine, public health, and...
Joint generalized nonlinear mixed models for longitudinal data
Author(s):
Haque
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2020
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
Joint modeling of multiple longitudinal responses enables us to account for the association between them and is thus more...
Machine learning implementations in baseball: an algorithmic prediction of the next pitch
Author(s):
Morehouse
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2020
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
Machine Learning (ML) has recently begun gaining traction in the statistical analysis of baseball. Major League Baseball (MLB...
A joint mixed model for clustered binary and continuous outcomes
Author(s):
Xia
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2020
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
Recently, statisticians are very interested in developing new methods for the data with different responses types. The...
Two level random coefficient longitudinal modelling of COVID-19 spreads in Italy
Author(s):
Hao
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2020
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
The current statistical modeling of coronavirus (COVID-19) spread has mainly focused on spreading patterns and forecasting of...
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