Final rept. 1 May 1986-31 Dec 1990
PRINCETON UNIV NJ
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The papers that follow sketch the content of 60 publications, of which 7 are books. It also covers 8 technical reports and 13 internal working papers, as well as considerable amounts of unreported and unpublished material. Some of the more innovative contributions brought to full exposition include 1 A volume on Configural Polysampling, so far the only direct approach to robustness in finite-sized samples 2 A volume on Exploratory Analysis of Variance, taking an approach which is both novel and effective Other important innovations include 3 New light on multiple-comparison problems, especially as they arise in the analysis of variance 4 Use of simple regressions on orthogonal space as a means of composite building 5 Development of general techniques of shape comparison 6 Progress on the separations problem 7 Discussion of how resampling methods jackknife, bootstrap should be applied to problems where blocking in the design of experiment sense is essential 8 Use of limited lateral randomization in visualizing distributions 9 Introduction of novel, more effective measures of urbanization and 10 Development of new, apparently promising approaches to clustering.
- Statistics and Probability