Bruce W. Turnbull: Selected Publications
(from over 100 articles)
 Turnbull, B.W. 1973. Inequalities for branching processes. Annals of
Probability , 1, p. 457474.
 Turnbull, B.W. 1974. Nonparametric estimation of a survivorship function
with doubly censored data. Journal of the American Statistical Association
69, 169173.
 Bergman, S. W., and B. W. Turnbull. 1983. Efficient sequential designs for
destructive life testing with application to animal serial sacrifice
experiments. Biometrika 70:30514.
 Jennison, C., and B. W. Turnbull. 1983. Confidence intervals for a
binomial parameter following a multistage test with application to MILSTD
105D and medical trials.Technometrics 25:4958.
 Jennison, C., and B. W. Turnbull. 1989. Interim analyses: The repeated
confidence interval approach (with discussion). Journal of the Royal
Statistical Society B 51(3):30561.
 AbuLibdeh, H., B. W. Turnbull, and L. C. Clark. 1990. Analysis of
multitype recurrent events in longitudinal studies; application to a skin
cancer prevention trial. Biometrics 46: 101723.
 Turnbull, B. W., E. J. Iwano, W. S. Burnett, H. L. Howe, and L. C. Clark.
1990. Monitoring for clusters of disease: Application to leukemia in upstate
New York. American Journal of Epidemiology 132(1):S136S143.
 McShane, L. M. and B. W. Turnbull. 1992. Properties of continuous sampling
plans with finite production run lengths. Journal of Quality Technology
24:15361.
 Turnbull, B. W. 1992. Multivariate failure time analysis. InSurvival
analysis: State of the art, ed. J. P. Klein and P. V. Goel, pp. 407414.
Boston: Kluwer Academic.
 Waller, L. and B. W. Turnbull. 1992. Probability plots with censored data.
American Statistician 46:512.
 McShane, L. M. and B. W. Turnbull. 1991. Probability limits on outgoing
quality for continuous sampling plans. Technometrics 33: 393404.
 Waller, L. A., B. W. Turnbull, L. C. Clark, and P. Nasca. 1992. Chronic
disease surveillance and testing of clustering of disease and exposure:
Application to leukemia incidence and TCEcontaminated dumpsites in Upstate
New York. Environmetrics 3: 281300.
 Waller, L. A. and B. W. Turnbull. 1993. The effects of scale on tests for
disease clustering. Statistics in Medicine (special issue on Statistics
and Computing in Disease Clustering) 12:186984.
 Waller, L.A., Turnbull, B.W., Clark, L.C. and Nasca, P. 1994. Examining
spatial patterns of disease incidence data to detect clusters in a rare
disease: A case study. In Case Studies in Biometry, (Eds. N. Lange,
L.Ryan, L.~Billard, D.~Brillinger, L.~Conquest and J.~Greenhouse), Wiley, New
York (Chap. 1), p. 323.
 Cronin, K., Slate, E.H., Turnbull, B.W. and Wells, M.T. (1994). Using the
Gibbs sampler to detect changepoints: Application to PSA as a longitudinal
marker of prostate cancer. Computing Science and Statistics, Vol.26,
(Eds J. Sall and A. Lehman), Interface Foundation of North America, 314318.
 Hsieh, F. and Turnbull, B.W. (1996). Nonparametric estimation of the
receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curve. Annals of Statistics, 24
(1), 2540.
 Slate, E.H., Natarajan, R., Turnbull, B.W., and Clark, L.C. (1996).
``Design of factorial clinical trials. Computing Science and
Statistics, Vol.27}, (Eds. M.M. Meyer and J.L. Rosenberger), Interface
Foundation of North America, p.400404.
 Luo, X., Turnbull, B.W. and Clark, L.C. (1997). Likelihood ratio tests for
a changepoint with survival data Biometrika, 84, 555565.
 Jennison, C. and Turnbull, B.W. (1997). Group sequential analysis
incorporating covariate information. Journal of the American Statistical
Association, 92, 13301341.
 Jiang, W., Turnbull, B.W. and Clark, L.C. (1999). Semiparametric
regression models for repeated events with random effects and measurement
error. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 94, 111124.
 Slate, E.H. and Turnbull, B.W. (2000). Statistical Models for Longitudinal
Biomarkers of Disease Onset Statistics in Medicine, 19, 617637.
 Lin, H., McCulloch, C.E., Turnbull, B.W., Slate, E.H. and Clark, L.C.
(2000). A latent class mixed model for analyzing biomarker trajectories in
longitudinal data with irregularly scheduled observations. Statistics in
Medicine, 19, 13031318.
 Jiang, W. and Turnbull, B.W. (2002). Some applications of indirect
inference to longitudinal and repeated events data. In: Proceedings of the
Second Seattle Symposium in Biostatistics: Analysis of Correlated Data,
(Eds. Danyu Lin and Patrick Heagerty). Lecture Notes in Statistics.
Springer, New York.
 Stefanescu, C. and Turnbull, B.W. (2003). Likelihood inference for
clustered exchangeable binary data with varying cluster sizes.
Biometrics. 59, 1824.
 Jennison, C. and Turnbull, B.W. (2003). Midcourse sample size modification in clinical trials based on the
observed treatment effect. Statistics in Medicine 22, 971993.

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