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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 covariatedependent random effects
Author(s):
Islam
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2013
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
Clustered data are traditionally handled using models with covariateindependent 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 mCambrian 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 An1 family of mCambrian lattices. I will provide two concrete...
Bayesian compound poisson mixed models for longitudinal semicontinuous data with nonignorable missingness
Author(s):
Sang
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2016
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
Longitudinal semicontinuous 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, crossclassified data are very common. In the crossstructured data, the observations...
Assessment of single factor structure in SATS36 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 nonscience students...
The sineGordon 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...
Multipatch 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 pathogenimmune 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...
Multiplicative binary mixed models with application to spatial analysis of Atlantic cod data
Author(s):
Zhao
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Discipline:
Mathematics & Statistics
Date:
2021
Type:
Thesis / Dissertation
In many subject areas, various phenomena can be characterized by a binary variable that describes two opposing outcomes....
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...
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