Dette, Holger Kwiecien, Robert

Classical regression analysis is usually performed in two steps. In a first step an appropriate model is identified to describe the data generating process and in a second step statistical inference is performed in the identified model. An intuitively appealing approach to the design of experiment for these different purposes are sequential strateg...

Dette, Holger Kwiecien, Robert

Classical regression analysis is usually performed in two steps. In a first step an appropriate model is identified to describe the data generating process and in a second step statistical inference is performed in the identified model. An intuitively appealing approach to the design of experiment for these different purposes are sequential strateg...

Dette, Holger Kwiecien, Robert

Classical regression analysis is usually performed in two steps. In a first step an appropriate model is identified to describe the data generating process and in a second step statistical inference is performed in the identified model. An intuitively appealing approach to the design of experiment for these different purposes are sequential strateg...

Dette, Holger Kwiecien, Robert

Classical regression analysis is usually performed in two steps. In a first step an appropriate model is identified to describe the data generating process and in a second step statistical inference is performed in the identified model. An intuitively appealing approach to the design of experiment for these different purposes are sequential strateg...

Dette, Holger Kwiecien, Robert

Classical regression analysis is usually performed in two steps. In a first step an appropriate model is identified to describe the data generating process and in a second step statistical inference is performed in the identified model. An intuitively appealing approach to the design of experiment for these different purposes are sequential strateg...

Dette, Holger Kwiecien, Robert

Classical regression analysis is usually performed in two steps. In a first step an appropriate model is identified to describe the data generating process and in a second step statistical inference is performed in the identified model. An intuitively appealing approach to the design of experiment for these different purposes are sequential strateg...

Dette, Holger Kwiecien, Robert

Classical regression analysis is usually performed in two steps. In a first step an appropriate model is identified to describe the data generating process and in a second step statistical inference is performed in the identified model. An intuitively appealing approach to the design of experiment for these different purposes are sequential strateg...

Leung, D. H. Y. Wang, Y-G.

Stallard (1998, Biometrics 54, 279-294) recently used Bayesian decision theory for sample-size determination in phase II trials. His design maximizes the expected financial gains in the development of a new treatment. However, it results in a very high probability (0.65) of recommending an ineffective treatment for phase III testing. On the other h...

Nilsson, Lisa O

A number of active site mutants of human Alpha class glutathione transferase A1-1 (hGST A1-1) were made and characterized to determine the structural determinants for alkenal activity. The choice of mutations was based on primary structure alignments of hGST A1-1 and the Alpha class enzyme with the highest alkenal activity, hGST A4-4, from three di...

Leung, D. H. Y. Wang, Y-G.

Stallard (1998, Biometrics 54, 279-294) recently used Bayesian decision theory for sample-size determination in phase II trials. His design maximizes the expected financial gains in the development of a new treatment. However, it results in a very high probability (0.65) of recommending an ineffective treatment for phase III testing. On the other h...