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Breakthroughs in Statistics

Methodology and Distribution

Kotz, Samuel, Johnson, Norman L. (Eds.)

1st ed. 1992. Corr. 2nd printing 1993, XXI, 600 pp.

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McCrimmon, having gotten Grierson's attention, continued: "A breakthrough, you say? If it's in economics, at least it can't be dangerous. Nothing like gene engineering, laser beams, sex hormones or international relations. That's where we don't want any breakthroughs. " (Galbraith, 1. K. (1990) A Tenured Profes­ sor, Houghton Mifflin; Boston. ) To judge [astronomy] in this way [a narrow utilitarian point of view] demon­ strates not only how poor we are, but also how small, narrow, and indolent our minds are; it shows a disposition always to calculate the payolTbefore the work, a cold heart and a lack of feeling for everything that is great and honors man. One can unfortunately not deny that such a mode of thinking is not uncommon in our age, and I am convinced that this is closely connected with the catastro­ phes which have befallen many countries in recent times; do not mistake me, I do not talk of the general lack of concern for science, but of the source from which all this has come, of the tendency to everywhere look out for one's advan­ tage and to relate everything to one's physical well-being, of the indilTerence towards great ideas, ofthe aversion to any elTort which derives from pure enthu­ siasm: I believe that such attitudes, if they prevail, can be decisive in catas­ trophes of the kind we have experienced. [Gauss, K. F. : Astronomische An­ trittsvorlesung (cited from Buhler, W. K. (1981) Gauss: A Biographical Study, Springer: New York)].

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On the Criterion that a Given System of Deviations from the Probable in the Case of a Correlated System of Variables is Such that it Can be Reasonably Supposed to Have Arisen from Random Sampling.- The Probable Error of a Mean.- Statistical Methods for Research Workers.- The Arrangement of Field Experiments.- On the Empirical Determination of a Distribution.- On the Two Different Aspects of the Representative Method: The Method of Stratified Sampling and the Method of Purposive Selection.- Relations Between Two Sets of Variates.- Individual Comparisons by Ranking Methods.- On Some Useful “Inefficient” Statistics.- Testing for Serial Correlation in Least Squares Regression. I.- Testing for Serial Correlation in Least Squares Regression. II.- On the Experimental Attainment of Optimum Conditions.- Nonparametric Estimation from Incomplete Observations.- Sequential Design of Experiments.- Some Statistical Aspects of Adaptive Optimization and Control.- The Future of Data Analysis.- Maximum Likelihood in Three-Way Contingency Tables.- Robust Estimation of a Location Parameter.- Regression Models and Life-Tables.- Generalized Linear Models.- Bootstrap Methods: Another Look at the Jackknife.

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