Volume 2.
(as bibtex)
36 references.
Articles

15. Performance evaluation of normal distribution software
Macleod, Allan J.

105114. Probabilistic text understanding
Goldman, Robert P.,
Charniak, Eugene

105114. Probabilistic text understanding
Goldman, R. P.,
Charniak, E.

117119. Approximating the ShapiroWilk Wtest for nonnormality

117119. Approximating the ShapiroWilk $W$test for nonnormality
Royston, Patrick

121136. Simulations on the JelinskiMoranda model of software reliability; Application of some parametric bootstrap methods
van Pul, Mark

137141. Computing asymptotic pvalues for EDF tests

137141. Computing asymptotic $p$values for EDF tests
Lockhart, R.,
Swartz, T.

143151. Discrete regularized discriminant analysis
Celeux, Gilles,
Mkhadri, Abdallah

153160. Measuring multimodality
Nason, G. P.,
Sibson, Robin

161171. Analytical approximations for iterated bootstrap confidence intervals
DiCiccio, Thomas J.,
Martin, Michael A.,
Young, G. Alastair

173177. SPSS for the Macintosh

179182. Density of the quotient of nonnegative quadratic forms in normal variables with application to the $F$statistic
Van Der Genugten, B. B.

179182. Density of the quotient of nonnegative quadratic forms in normal variables with application to the Fstatistic

183190. Principal curves revisited
Tibshirani, Robert

1924. A computationally efficient method for bootstrapping systems of demand equations: A comparison to traditional techniques
Hirschberg, Joseph G.

191202. Boltzmann machines that learn to recognize patterns on control charts
Hwarng, H. Brian,
Hubele, Norma Faris

203211. A comparison between the simulated annealing and the EM algorithms in normal mixture decompositions
Ingrassia, Salvatore

213220. Algorithms for frequency distributions: Efficiency and generality comparisons
Dewey, Michael E.

221230. A segmented algorithm for simulated annealing
Atkinson, A. C.

231236. SYSTAT/SYGRAPH and MicroTSP

2536. Applications of a general propagation algorithm for probabilistic expert systems
Dawid, A. P.

3740. Fast retraction of evidence in a probabilistic expert system
Cowell, R. G.,
Dawid, A. P.

4754. DEXPERT: An expert system for the design of experiments
Lorenzen, Thomas J.,
Truss, Lynn T.,
Spangler, W. Scott,
Corpus, William T.,
Parker, Andrew B.

5562. Inside two commercially available statistical expert systems
Raes, J. F. M.

5562. Inside two commercially available statistical expert systems
Raes, Jan F. M.

6373. Learning classification trees
Buntine, W.

6373. Learning classification trees
Buntine, Wray

717. Optimal decomposition of probabilistic networks by simulated annealing
Kjaerulff, Uffe,
Kjærulff, Uffe

7581. A knowledge acquisition inductive system driven by empirical interpretation of derived results
Tsujino, Katsuhiko,
Nishida, Shogo

8390. An analysis of two probabilistic model induction techniques
Crawford, S. L.,
Fung, R. M.

8390. An analysis of two probabilistic model induction techniques
Crawford, Stuart L.,
Fung, Robert M.

9195. A statistical semantics for causation (Corr: 93V3 p59)
Pearl, Judea,
Verma, Thomas S.

9195. A statistical semantics for causation
Pearl, J.,
Verma, T. S.

97104. Admissible stochastic complexity models for classification problems
Smyth, Padhraic

97104. Admissible stochastic complexity models for classification problems
Smyth, P.