Moser, Barry Kurt
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Halabi, Susan, Moser, Barry Kurt.
Estimation and testing of the relative risk of disease in casecontrol studies with a set of k matched controls per case with known prevalence of disease †.
Statistics in Medicine
2012.
31:2944

Moser, Barry Kurt, Coombs, Laura P..
Odds ratios for a continuous outcome variable without dichotomizing.
Statistics in Medicine
2004.
23:18431860

Moser, Barry Kurt, Sawyer, Julia K..
Algorithms for sums of squares and covariance matrices using Kronecker products.
The American Statistician
1998.
52:5457

Moser, Barry Kurt, Payton, Mark E..
Hypothesis testing for the quantiles of twoparameter binary models.
Communications in Statistics: Simulation and Computation
1997.
26:487494

McCann, Melinda H., Moser, Barry Kurt.
Algorithm AS 316: A Robbins–Monrobased Sequential Procedure.
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C (Applied Statistics)
1997.
46:388399

Moser, Barry Kurt, Payton, Mark E., Liranso, Tesfaye.
Two stage estimation of parameters and quantiles of two parameter binary models.
Sequential Analysis
1997.
16:213234

Moser, Barry Kurt, McCann, Melinda H..
A RobbinsMonrobased sequential procedure.
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C: Applied Statistics
1997.
46:388399

Moser, Barry Kurt, Faries, Douglas.
A new sequential approximation method.
Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference
1996.
55:175189

Moser, Barry Kurt, McCann, Melinda H..
[Algorithm AS 306] The balanced incomplete block product.
Applied Statistics
1996.
45:512516

Moser, Barry Kurt, McCann, Melinda H..
Maximum likelihood and restricted maximum likelihood estimators as functions of ordinary least squares and analysis of variance estimators.
Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods
1996.
25:631646

Moser, Barry Kurt, Lin, YuhRen.
Equivalence of the corrected $F$ test and the weighted least squares procedure.
The American Statistician
1992.
46:122124

Moser, Barry Kurt.
Generalized $F$ variates in the general linear model.
Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods
1987.
16:18671884