Bruce W. Turnbull: Selected Publications|
(from over 100 articles)
- Turnbull, B.W. 1973. Inequalities for branching processes. Annals of
Probability , 1, p. 457-474.
- Turnbull, B.W. 1974. Nonparametric estimation of a survivorship function
with doubly censored data. Journal of the American Statistical Association
- Bergman, S. W., and B. W. Turnbull. 1983. Efficient sequential designs for
destructive life testing with application to animal serial sacrifice
experiments. Biometrika 70:305-14.
- Jennison, C., and B. W. Turnbull. 1983. Confidence intervals for a
binomial parameter following a multi-stage test with application to MIL-STD
105D and medical trials.Technometrics 25:49-58.
- 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):305-61.
- Abu-Libdeh, H., B. W. Turnbull, and L. C. Clark. 1990. Analysis of
multi-type recurrent events in longitudinal studies; application to a skin
cancer prevention trial. Biometrics 46: 1017-23.
- 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):S136-S143.
- McShane, L. M. and B. W. Turnbull. 1992. Properties of continuous sampling
plans with finite production run lengths. Journal of Quality Technology
- Turnbull, B. W. 1992. Multivariate failure time analysis. InSurvival
analysis: State of the art, ed. J. P. Klein and P. V. Goel, pp. 407-414.
Boston: Kluwer Academic.
- Waller, L. and B. W. Turnbull. 1992. Probability plots with censored data.
American Statistician 46:5-12.
- McShane, L. M. and B. W. Turnbull. 1991. Probability limits on outgoing
quality for continuous sampling plans. Technometrics 33: 393-404.
- 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 TCE-contaminated dumpsites in Upstate
New York. Environmetrics 3: 281-300.
- 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) 12:1869-84.
- 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. 3-23.
- 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, 314-318.
- Hsieh, F. and Turnbull, B.W. (1996). Nonparametric estimation of the
receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curve. Annals of Statistics, 24
- 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.400-404.
- Luo, X., Turnbull, B.W. and Clark, L.C. (1997). Likelihood ratio tests for
a changepoint with survival data Biometrika, 84, 555-565.
- Jennison, C. and Turnbull, B.W. (1997). Group sequential analysis
incorporating covariate information. Journal of the American Statistical
Association, 92, 1330-1341.
- 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, 111-124.
- Slate, E.H. and Turnbull, B.W. (2000). Statistical Models for Longitudinal
Biomarkers of Disease Onset Statistics in Medicine, 19, 617-637.
- 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, 1303-1318.
- 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, 18-24.
- Jennison, C. and Turnbull, B.W. (2003). Mid-course sample size modification in clinical trials based on the
observed treatment effect. Statistics in Medicine 22, 971-993.
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