# I. J. Good

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## Why Is I. J. Good Influential?

(Suggest an Edit or Addition)According to Wikipedia, Irving John Good was a British mathematician who worked as a cryptologist at Bletchley Park with Alan Turing. After the Second World War, Good continued to work with Turing on the design of computers and Bayesian statistics at the University of Manchester. Good moved to the United States where he was professor at Virginia Tech.

## I. J. Good's Published Works

### Published Works

- THE POPULATION FREQUENCIES OF SPECIES AND THE ESTIMATION OF POPULATION PARAMETERS (1953) (3404)
- The Estimation of Probabilities: An Essay on Modern Bayesian Methods (1965) (678)
- The Maximum Entropy Formalism. (1979) (653)
- Good Thinking: The Foundations of Probability and Its Applications (1983) (479)
- Speculations Concerning the First Ultraintelligent Machine (1965) (471)
- Maximum Entropy for Hypothesis Formulation, Especially for Multidimensional Contingency Tables (1963) (424)
- The Interaction Algorithm and Practical Fourier Analysis (1958) (417)
- THE NUMBER OF NEW SPECIES, AND THE INCREASE IN POPULATION COVERAGE, WHEN A SAMPLE IS INCREASED (1956) (350)
- Probability and the weighing of evidence (1951) (340)
- Intermediate Quantum Mechanics (1966) (279)
- Density Estimation and Bump-Hunting by the Penalized Likelihood Method Exemplified by Scattering and Meteorite Data (1980) (267)
- A CAUSAL CALCULUS (I)* (1961) (265)
- On the Principle of Total Evidence (1967) (245)
- Nonparametric roughness penalties for probability densities (1971) (201)
- Normal Recurring Decimals (1946) (193)
- The fractional dimensional theory of continued fractions (1941) (182)
- Subjective Probability as the Measure of a Non-measurable Set (1962) (182)
- Studies in the History of Probability and Statistics. XXXVII (1979) (167)
- Generalizations to several variables of Lagrange's expansion, with applications to stochastic processes (1960) (167)
- The scientist speculates (1962) (160)
- On the Application of Symmetric Dirichlet Distributions and their Mixtures to Contingency Tables (1976) (157)
- A Bayesian Significance Test for Multinomial Distributions (1967) (153)
- Some Applications of the Singular Decomposition of a Matrix (1969) (146)
- Weight of Evidence, Corroboration, Explanatory Power, Information and the Utility of Experiments (1960) (143)
- Probability and the Weighting of Evidence. (1951) (142)
- Some history of the hierarchical Bayesian methodology (1980) (134)
- Saddle-point Methods for the Multinomial Distribution (1957) (132)
- The Relationship Between Two Fast Fourier Transforms (1971) (126)
- The Bayes/Non-Bayes Compromise: A Brief Review (1992) (126)
- The Scientist Speculates: An Anthology of Partly-baked Ideas (1964) (123)
- Corroboration, Explanation, Evolving Probability, Simplicity and a Sharpened Razor (1968) (119)
- The Philosophy of Exploratory Data Analysis (1983) (116)
- The Amalgamation and Geometry of Two-by-Two Contingency Tables (1987) (110)
- Significance Tests in Parallel and in Series (1958) (105)
- Estimating the efficacy of a vote (1975) (101)
- The serial test for sampling numbers and other tests for randomness (1953) (99)
- On the Weighted Combination of Significance Tests (1955) (98)
- Short Proof of a Conjecture by Dyson (1970) (97)
- The White Shoe is a Red Herring (1967) (95)
- Analytical Biology (1966) (91)
- Kinds of Probability: Although there are at least five kinds of probability, we can get along with just one kind. (1959) (90)
- Theory of Probability Harold Jeffreys (Third edition, 447 + ix pp., Oxford Univ. Press, 84s.) (1962) (85)
- Information, weight of evidence, the singularity between probability measures and signal detection (1974) (81)
- Turing’s anticipation of empirical bayes in connection with the cryptanalysis of the naval enigma (2000) (74)
- The Inverse of a Centrosymmetric Matrix (1970) (74)
- C197. The best explicatum for weight of evidence (1984) (71)
- THE COLLEAGUE MATRIX, A CHEBYSHEV ANALOGUE OF THE COMPANION MATRIX (1961) (71)
- A note on condorcet sets (1971) (68)
- The number of individuals in a cascade process (1949) (68)
- Exact Distributions for χ2 and for the Likelihood-Ratio Statistic for the Equiprobable Multinomial Distribution (1970) (68)
- The enumeration of arrays and a generalization related to contingency tables (1977) (67)
- On the Estimation of Small Frequencies in Contingency Tables (1956) (64)
- A CAUSAL CALCULUS (II)* (1961) (63)
- Inferences from multinomial data: Learning about a bag of marbles - Discussion (1996) (63)
- Some Statistical Applications of Poisson's Work (1986) (60)
- The Surprise Index for the Multivariate Normal Distribution (1956) (58)
- Some Logic and History of Hypothesis Testing (1981) (57)
- Chance, Cause, Reason: An Inquiry Into the Nature of Scientific Evidence. (1980) (56)
- The Bayes/Non-Bayes Compromise and the Multinomial Distribution (1974) (56)
- Explicativity: a mathematical theory of explanation with statistical applications (1981) (53)
- The generalization of Lagrange's expansion and the enumeration of trees (1965) (53)
- The Robustness and Sensitivity of the Mixed-Dirichlet Bayesian Test for "Independence" in Contingency Tables (1987) (50)
- Cascade theory and the molecular weight averages of the sol fraction (1963) (46)
- The Bayesian Influence, or How to Sweep Subjectivism under the Carpet (1976) (46)
- Some Terminology and Notation in Information Theory (1956) (45)
- A Subjective Evaluation of Bode's Law and an ‘Objective’ Test for Approximate Numerical Rationality (1969) (44)
- The Riemann Hypothesis and Pseudorandom Features of the Mobius Sequence (1968) (44)
- C140. Standardized tail-area prosabilities (1982) (43)
- How to Estimate Probabilities (1966) (41)
- THE MULTIVARIATE SADDLEPOINT METHOD AND CHI-SQUARED FOR THE MULTINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION (1961) (40)
- On the inversion of circulant matrices. (1950) (40)
- A Derivation of the Probabilistic Explication of Information (1966) (40)
- Which Comes First, Probability or Statistics? (1956) (39)
- 342. Note: Correlation for Power Functions (1972) (39)
- Chance, Cause, Reason. (1979) (39)
- Multivariate measures of similarity and niche overlap. (1989) (38)
- Diversity as a Concept and its Measurement: Comment (1982) (37)
- Invariant Distributions Associated with Matrix Laws Under Structural Symmetry (1981) (37)
- The impossibility of inductive probability (1984) (34)
- On the Serial Test for Random Sequences (1957) (34)
- The Mixture Problem for Categorized Components (1970) (34)
- The joint distribution for the sizes of the generations in a cascade process (1955) (31)
- C129. An index of separateness of clusters and a permutation test for its statistical significance (1982) (31)
- The Interface Between Statistics and Philosophy of Science (1988) (31)
- Is Minimax Regret Applicable to Voting Decisions? (1975) (31)
- The Frequency Count of a Markov Chain and the Transition to Continuous Time (1961) (30)
- The Robustness of a Hierarchical Model for Multinomials and Contingency Tables (1983) (30)
- An Asymptotic Formula for the Differences of the Powers at Zero (1961) (30)
- THE WHITE SHOE QUA HERRING IS PINK (1968) (30)
- Judicial Errors and a Proposal for Reform (1984) (29)
- A Treatise on Induction and Probability (1952) (29)
- When batterer turns murderer (1995) (29)
- Explicativity, corroboration, and the relative odds of hypotheses (1975) (29)
- A LITTLE LEARNING CAN BE DANGEROUS* (1974) (28)
- Exact Markov Probabilities from Oriented Linear Graphs (1957) (27)
- How Rational Should a Manager be (1962) (26)
- Some statistical methods in machine intelligence research (1970) (26)
- Early Work on Computers at Bletchley (1979) (26)
- Random motion on a finite Abelian group (1951) (26)
- The Interaction Algorithm and Practical Fourier Analysis: An Addendum (1960) (25)
- Statistical Analysis for Decision Making, 2nd Edition. (1978) (25)
- The Interface Between Statistics and the Philosophy of Science (1989) (24)
- The Powers and Strengths of Tests for Multinomials and Contingency Tables (1982) (24)
- Utility of a Distribution (1968) (24)
- The estimation of the implicit utilities of medical consultants (1970) (24)
- The Lagrange Distributions and Branching Processes (1975) (23)
- A short proof of MacMahon's ‘Master Theorem’ (1962) (22)
- Corrigendum: The Generalized Serial Test and the Binary Expansion of √2 (1967) (21)
- The likelihood ratio test for Markoff chains (1955) (21)
- From individual to collective ordering through multidimensional attribute space (1976) (21)
- The Estimation of Probabilities: An Essay on Modern Bayesian Methods. (1967) (21)
- Errata and corrigenda (1962) (20)
- A Paradox Concerning Rate of Information (1958) (20)
- Conditions for a quadratic form to have a chi-squared distribution (1969) (20)
- Legendre polynomials and trinomial random walks (1958) (20)
- When batterer becomes murderer (1996) (20)
- The poisson and chi-squared approximations as compared with the true upper-tail probability of Pearson's X2 for equiprobable multinomials (1986) (19)
- Justice in voting by demand revelation (1977) (19)
- Information, Rewards, and Quasi-Utilities (1972) (19)
- Analogues of Poisson's Summation Formula (1962) (19)
- Random motion and analytic continued fractions (1958) (18)
- The fast calculation of the exact distribution of pearson's chi-squared and of the number of repeats within the cells of a mltltinomial by using a fast fourier transform (1981) (18)
- Introduction to Cooley and Tukey (1965) An Algorithm for the Machine Calculation of Complex Fourier Series (1997) (18)
- A Theory of Causality (1959) (18)
- A new finite series for Legendre polynomials (1955) (18)
- C332. Surprise indexes and p-values (1989) (17)
- Coding Theorems and Weight of Evidence (1968) (17)
- A new formula for cumulants (1975) (17)
- Effective Sampling Rates for Signal Detection; or Can the Gaussian Model be Salvaged? (1960) (17)
- GÖDEL'S THEOREM IS A RED HERRING (1969) (16)
- A BAYESIAN APPROACH IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF INFERENCE* (1984) (16)
- Logical foundations of medicine. (1971) (16)
- The Bayes Factor Against Equiprobability of a Multinomial Population Assuming a Symmetric Dirichlet Prior (1975) (16)
- Stirling Numbers and a Geometric Structure from Voting Theory (1977) (16)
- THE PARADOX OF CONFIRMATION (II) (1961) (16)
- How Much Science Can You Have at Your Fingertips? (1958) (15)
- The Probability of War (1966) (15)
- The Fractal Geometry of Nature (Benoit B. Mandelbrot) (1984) (15)
- Testing a Point Null Hypothesis: The Irreconcilability of P Values and Evidence: Comment (1987) (15)
- A Classification of Fallacious Arguments and Interpretations (1962) (15)
- What are Degrees of Freedom (1973) (15)
- The proton and neutron masses and a conjecture for the gravitational constant (1970) (14)
- Random Thoughts about Randomness (1972) (14)
- Causal Tendency: A Review (1988) (14)
- C319. Weight of evidence and a compelling metaprinciple (1989) (14)
- Pioneering Work on Computers at Bletchley (1980) (14)
- Polynomial Algebra: an Application of the Fast Fourier Transform (1969) (14)
- HUMAN AND MACHINE LOGIC (1967) (13)
- A New Formula for $k$-Statistics (1977) (13)
- Some future social repercussions of computers (1970) (13)
- On the Independence of Quadratic Expressions (1963) (13)
- The Botryology of Botryology (1977) (13)
- Diagnosis of acute myocardial infarction from two measurements of creatine kinase isoenzyme MB with use of nonparametric probability estimation. (1989) (13)
- A FIVE-YEAR PLAN FOR AUTOMATIC CHESS (2013) (12)
- On the Marking of Chess-Players (1955) (12)
- Complex Fibonacci and Lucas Numbers, Continued Fractions, and the Square Root of the Golden Ratio (Condensed Version) (1992) (12)
- Distribution of Word Frequencies (1957) (12)
- ON A GENERALIZATION OF PÓLYA'S RANDOM-WALK THEOREM (1953) (12)
- Recent Advances in Bump Hunting (1981) (12)
- A Pragmatic Modification of Explicativity for the Acceptance of Hypotheses (1984) (11)
- C96. The weight of evidence provided by uncertain testimony or from an uncertain event (1981) (11)
- The Joint Probability Generating Function for Run-Lengths in Regenerative Binary Markov Chains, with Applications (1973) (11)
- Analysis of clade shape using queueing theory and the fast Fourier transform (1989) (11)
- A Table of Discrete Fourier Transform Pairs (1977) (11)
- C327. Addenda for “the fractional dimensional theory of continued fractions”, proc. cambridge philos. soc. 37 (1941), 199-228. (1989) (11)
- Population estimation by the removal method assuming proportional trapping (1979) (11)
- C138. The fast calculation of the exact distribution of pearson's chi-squared and of the number of repeats within the cells of a multinomial by using a fast fourier transform: an addendum (1982) (11)
- C73. The diminishing significance of a p-value as the sample size increases (1980) (11)
- C312. Yet another argument for the explicatum of weight of evidence (1989) (10)
- C387. Further comments concerning the lady tasting tea or beer: p-values and restricted randomization (1992) (10)
- Review: Bruno de Finetti, Theory of probability (1977) (10)
- The decision-theory approach to the evaluation of information-retrieval systems (1967) (10)
- Lindley's Paradox: Comment (1982) (10)
- The variance and covariance of a generalized index of similarity especially for a generalizaition on an index of hellinger and bhattacharyya (1985) (10)
- C157. An improved algorith for the fast calculation of the exact distribution of pearson's chi-squared (1983) (9)
- Corrections to "On the Application of Symmetric Dirichlet Distributions and Their Mixtures to Contingency Tables, Part II" (1981) (9)
- Approximating the Lower Tail‐Areas of the Kolmogorov–Smirnov One‐Sample Statistic (1976) (9)
- Causal Propensity: A Review (1984) (9)
- C204. The early history of the Fisher-Yates-Irwin formula and fisher's ′exact test′ (1984) (9)
- Entropy and the Unity of Knowledge (1961) (9)
- TWO FORMS OF THE PREDICTION PARADOX (1965) (9)
- Causal Tendency, Necessitivity and Sufficientivity: An Updated Review (1994) (9)
- What are the masses of elementary particles? (1988) (8)
- Ethical machines (2013) (8)
- SOME COMMENTS ON PROBABILISTIC CAUSALITY (1980) (8)
- FREE WILL AND SPEED OF COMPUTATION (1971) (8)
- The Parameterization of Orthogonal Matrices: A Review Mainly for Statisticians. (1987) (8)
- Questions & Answers: How Random are Random Numbers? (1969) (8)
- Infinite speed of propagation of gravitation in Newtonian physics (1975) (8)
- Statistical Inference Based on Ranks (Thomas P. Hettmansperger) (1986) (8)
- The Mystery of Go (1988) (8)
- C41. On the combination of judgements concerning quantiles of a distribution with potential application to the estimation of mineral resources (1979) (8)
- C317. The theorem of corroboration and undermining, and popper's demarcation rule (1989) (8)
- Discussion of Bruno de Finetti’s Paper ‘Initial Probabilities: A Prerequisite for any Valid Induction’ (1969) (8)
- A Reinstatement, in Response to Gillies, of Redhead's Argument in Support of Induction (1987) (8)
- A NOTE ON RICHARD'S PARADOX (1966) (7)
- The Real Stable Characteristic Functions and Chaotic Acceleration (1961) (7)
- Scientific Method and Statistics (2006) (7)
- C400. A Tentative measure of probabilistic causation relevant to the philosophy of the law (1993) (7)
- C383. A comment concerning optional stopping (1991) (7)
- C87. Roughness penalties, invariant under rotation for multidimensional probability density estimation (1981) (7)
- Quadratics in Markov‐Chain Frequencies, and the Binary Chain of Order 2 (1963) (7)
- The Loss of Information due to Clipping a Waveform (1967) (7)
- Corrections to "The Surprise Index for the Multivariate Normal Distribution" (1957) (6)
- A Paradox Concerning Rate of Information: Corrections and Additions (1959) (6)
- C144. The diminishing significance of a fixed p-value as the sample size increases: a discrete model (1983) (6)
- C280. Some general measures of similarity and their values under multlnormallty (1987) (6)
- Lorentz matrices: A review (1995) (6)
- Amount of Deciding and Decisionary Effort (1961) (6)
- C38. “Proper fees” in multiple-choice examinations (1979) (6)
- Proofs of some ‘binomial’ identities by means of MacMahon's ‘Master Theorem’ (1962) (6)
- C59 . The number of orderings of n candidates when ties and omissions are both allowed (1980) (6)
- Comments, conjectures, and comclusions: C258 editorial note on C257 regarding the t-test (1986) (6)
- C420. The existence of sharp null hypotheses (1994) (6)
- C213. A sharpening of the harmonic-mean rule of thumb for combining tests ”in parallel“ (1984) (6)
- Integration over a simplex, truncated cubes, and Eulerian numbers (1978) (6)
- C208. A further note on the early history of the Fisher-Yates-Iwin formula (1984) (5)
- Estimating Probabilities from Contingency Tables When the Marginal Probabilities are Known, by Using Additive Objective Functions (1986) (5)
- The cumulants of an analogue of pearson's chi-squared (1982) (5)
- On the Independence of Quadratic Expressions: Corrigenda (1966) (5)
- C118. How to get a large r2 without really trying (1981) (5)
- C272. A flexible bayesian model for comparing two treatments (1986) (5)
- Decisions, Values and Groups, Vol. 2. (1963) (5)
- Speculations in hard and soft science (1970) (5)
- Tables of Smoothed but Almost Exact Distributions of X 2 and of the Likelihood-Ratio Statistic for the Equiprobable Multinomial Distribution (1970) (5)
- C285. A survey of the use of the fast fourier transform for computing distributions (1987) (5)
- A CORRECTION CONCERNING COMPLEXITY (1974) (5)
- Speculations concerning the future of statistics (1990) (5)
- C44. Bayes's billiard-table argument extended to multinomials (1979) (4)
- C108. Analogue of chi-squared that is powerful against bumpy alternatives (1981) (4)
- On the substantialization of sign sequences (1954) (4)
- Pursuit Curves and Mathematical art (1959) (4)
- C438. Reliability always depends on prcbability of course (1995) (4)
- C212. A poisson sum up to the mean and a ramanujan problem (1984) (4)
- C94. When is g positive i n the mixed dirichlet approach to contingency tables (1981) (4)
- C238. Explanatory power depends on more than probabilities (1985) (4)
- Technical Notes and Short Papers (1955) (4)
- An additive algorithm analogous to the singular decomposition; or a comparison of polarization and multiplicative models: an example of qualitative robustness (1986) (4)
- Some relations between certain methods of summation of infinite series (1942) (4)
- Multitype Branching Processes. Theory and Applications (Charles J. Mode) (1972) (4)
- C297. Bayes's red billiard ball is also a herring, and why bayes withheld publication (1988) (4)
- Very small tails of the t distribution, and significance tests for clustering (1986) (4)
- The inversion of the discrete gauss transform (1979) (4)
- C104. Informational correlations between two distributions (1981) (4)
- Statistics and Today's Problems (1972) (4)
- C71. Degrees of causation in regression analysis (1980) (4)
- A FURTHER COMMENT ON PROBABILISTIC CAUSALITY: MENDING THE CHAIN (1980) (4)
- C191. How should tail-area probabilities be standardized for sample size in unpaired comparisons? (1984) (4)
- The Factorization of a Sum of Matrices and the Multivariate Cumulants of a Set of Quadratic Expressions (1971) (4)
- C322. Medialized p-values (1989) (4)
- C214. The harmonic-mean rule of thumb: some classes of applications (1984) (4)
- C78. On godambe's paradox (1980) (4)
- The interpretation of X-ray shadowgraphs (1970) (4)
- C88. An approximation of value in the Bayesian analyses of contingency tables (1981) (4)
- Centroid Method of Integration (1969) (4)
- C102. An error by peirce concerning ”weight of evidence“ (1981) (4)
- Dynamic Probability , Computer Chess , and the Measurement of Knowledge * (2013) (4)
- F8. Is the arc-sine law that counter-intuitive? (1987) (3)
- C172. Probabilities of residces for partial quotients of continued fractions, and a question about moments (1983) (3)
- C439. Dual density functions (1995) (3)
- A Quantal Hypothesis for Hadrons and the Judging of Physical (2007) (3)
- C130. Bayesian likelihood: a point of terminology (1982) (3)
- C286. Correlation and linearity: some lapses in exposition (1987) (3)
- C328. Diagnosis of heart attack from two enzyme measurements by means of bivariate probability density estimation: statistical details (1989) (3)
- C53. Partial correlation and spherical trigonometry (1979) (3)
- Response to Salmon (1988) (3)
- C67. Another relationship between weight of evidence and errors of the first and second kinds (1980) (3)
- A Suspicious Feature of the Popper/Miller Argument (1990) (3)
- C136. The irregular shapes of polypeptide chains (1982) (3)
- C148. Probability estimation by maximum penalized likelhood for large contingency tables and for other categorical data (1983) (3)
- On the numerical solution of integral equations (1957) (3)
- The approximate local monotony of measurable functions (1940) (3)
- C252. A minor comment concerning hempel's paradox of confirmation (1986) (3)
- C226. A new measure of surprise (1985) (3)
- A Good Explanation of an Event Is Not Necessarily Corroborated by the Event (1982) (3)
- C236. Mathematically natural generalizations of some measures of association and dependence for contingency tables (1985) (3)
- C240. A continuum of principal component methods (1985) (3)
- The Mathematics of Philosophy: A Brief Review of My Work (1995) (3)
- The Design and Analysis of Experiment. By M. H. Quenouille. (1952) (3)
- The Distribution of Quadratic Forms in Non‐Normal Variables and an Application to the Variance Ratio (1977) (3)
- The Kinematics of Special Relativity, and Dingle's Fallacies (1991) (3)
- C397 Refutation and rejection versus inexactification, and other comments concerning terminology (1993) (3)
- C369. Invariant distance in statistics: some miscellaneous comments (1990) (3)
- C52. The clustering of random variables (1979) (3)
- C184.The possible bias of the pearson chi-squared test in non-equiprobable cases (1984) (3)
- Turing and the computer (1984) (3)
- C7. Adenine arabinoside therapy (1978) (3)
- C29. A comment on cuthbert daniel's adjustment of sums of squares (1979) (3)
- Corrections: Conditions for a Quadratic Form to Have a Chi-Squared Distribution (1970) (3)
- C201. A Bayesian interpretation of ancillarity (1984) (3)
- A Generalisation of Dirichlct's Multiple Integral (1952) (3)
- C251. A pragmatic theory of truth of theories or hypotheses (1986) (3)
- Conjectures concerning the Mersenne numbers (1955) (3)
- C200. The tolerant Bayesian's interpretation of a tail-area probability (1984) (3)
- C16. Ethical treatments (1978) (3)
- Characteristic Functions of Functions (1968) (3)
- On surfaces of constant societal loss in a model of social choice (1972) (3)
- A Representation for Ellipsoidal Distributions (1983) (3)
- ANALYSIS OF CUMULATIVE SUMS BY MULTIPLE CONTOUR INTEGRATION (1961) (2)
- Statistical discussion forum (1986) (2)
- Monte Carlo Computing (1966) (2)
- C95. The monte carl0 computation of bayes factors for contingency tables (1981) (2)
- C69. Generating a normal sample with given sample mean and variance (1980) (2)
- Probability or Support? (1967) (2)
- C225. Who discovered the god -koheleth law? (1985) (2)
- A SUGGESTED RESOLUTION OF MILLER'S PARADOX (1970) (2)
- C14. Moments of the kolmogorov-smirnov one-sample statistic (1978) (2)
- BOUNDED INTEGRAL TRANSFORMS (II) (1948) (2)
- C145. A measure of adhockery (1983) (2)
- Corrigenda: The Likelihood Ratio Test for Markoff Chains (1957) (2)
- Comment: The evolving explanation of a “numerological law” (1971) (2)
- The application of rationality to medical records (1971) (2)
- A Note on Positive Determinants (1947) (2)
- Human and Machine Intelligence: Comparisons and Contrasts. (1971) (2)
- Proposal for Some Eye–Brain Experiments (1968) (2)
- C187. Laptace's estimate of the mass of jupiter (1984) (2)
- C26. A comparison of some statistical estimates for the numbers of contingency tables (1979) (2)
- C235. Another application of the wilcoxon signed-rank test (1985) (2)
- C116. A supplement to chi-squared when testing homogeneity (1981) (2)
- A maximum-likelihood/minimum-discrepancy method for estimation of multinomial probabilities when there are related multinomials (1985) (2)
- C334. On the neutron and proton masses: a numerological case study (1989) (2)
- The Self-Consistency of the Kinematics of Special Relativity (1997) (2)
- C169. Barndorff-nielsen's plausibility function and a principle of least surprise (1983) (2)
- Alleged Objectivity; A Threat to the Human Spirit? (1978) (2)
- Introduction to Robbins (1955) An Empirical Bayes Approach to Statistics (1992) (2)
- C274. Multinomial prediction and improved approximations to the shrinking parameter that maximizes a dirichlet-multinomial likelihood (1986) (2)
- C180. Conjectures concerning the cumulants of the multivariate lognormal distribution (1983) (2)
- C192. One tail versus two-tails, and the harmonic-mean rule of thumb (1984) (2)
- Legal Responsibility and Causation (1995) (2)
- C378. Comments concerning the hadron quantal hypothesis (1990) (2)
- LATTICE STRUCTURE OF SPACE-TIME (1959) (2)
- Some Probability Paradoxes in Choice from Among Random Alternatives: Comment (1972) (2)
- C107. Some comments about the sherman-foutz test (1981) (2)
- Corrigenda: "The Mixture Problem for Categroized Components. (1971) (2)
- C344. The use of divergent series in statistical problems (1990) (2)
- C216. Probabilistic induction is inevitable (1985) (2)
- C241 . The exact distribcption of a statistic for matched n-tuples allowing for ties (1985) (2)
- Comments, Conjectures and Conclusions (2006) (2)
- Randomised and pseudorandomised substantialization of sign sequences (1959) (2)
- C209. An error by neyman noticed by dickey (1984) (2)
- C100. Can scientific inductlon be meaningfully questioned (1981) (2)
- C80. Feynman's path integrals and sewall wright's path analysis. (1980) (2)
- C368. On the exact distribution of pearson's X2 for the lady tasting beer (1990) (2)
- C437. Haphazardness is not randomness, and the defeat of hitler (1995) (2)
- On Ordinal Prediction Problems (1974) (2)
- Singularity between two probability measures (1974) (2)
- C275. The maximum of a bayes factor against "independence" in a contingency table, and generalizations to higher dimensions (1986) (2)
- C103. The effect of permutations of rows and columns on measures of association (1981) (2)
- C168. Fractional dimensions, continued fractions, and markovity (1983) (2)
- C155. The early history of the quadratic index of diversity or repeat rate (1983) (1)
- C10. Are maximum-likelihood estimates invariant? (1978) (1)
- C22. Path analysis and correlation for power functions (1978) (1)
- C294. An example of dynamic probability in number theory (1987) (1)
- C303. The pragmatic irrelevance of de finetti's theorem (1988) (1)
- C202. Probability applied to diophantine equations (1984) (1)
- Where has the billion trillion gone? (1997) (1)
- C416. Fibonacci and lucas numbers and trigonometry (1994) (1)
- Does an Observed Sequence of Numbers Follow a Simple Rule? (Another Look at Bode's Law): Comment (1971) (1)
- C117. A monte carlo method that will be impracticable before the year 2001 (1981) (1)
- Note on the Summation of a Classical Divergent Series (1941) (1)
- C394. Tendencies to be sufficient or necessary causes (1993) (1)
- C47. A comment on “proper fees” (C38) (1979) (1)
- C228. The number of functionals: a combinatrial curiosity (1985) (1)
- Addendum: The Amalgamation and Geometry of Two-by-Two Contingency Tables (1989) (1)
- C335. Some numerology for the mass ratio of proton to electron, and a partially Bayesian evaluation (1989) (1)
- C.18 A fuzzy bayesian method for estimating probabilities given two related multinomial distributions (1978) (1)
- Review of 'Theories of Probability: An Examination of Foundations' (Fine, T. L.; 1973) (1974) (1)
- The characteristic functions of functions (1968) (1)
- C324. Erratum to c168 on fractional dimensions, continued fractions and markovity (1989) (1)
- A proof of liapounoff's inequality (1950) (1)
- C182. The multivariate lognormal distribution and colored trees (1983) (1)
- C389. Partial correlation and spherical trigonometry, II (1992) (1)
- C193. Paired versus unpaired comparisons and the hakvunic-mean rule of thumb (1984) (1)
- C175. Hierarchical bayes, mixed dirichlet priors, penalized likelihood, etc. (see the first paragraph of C174.) [this note was my response to comments by tom leonard.] (1983) (1)
- Some Comments Concerning an Article by De Groot (1988) (1)
- Discussion of Bruno de Finetti's paper ‘initial probabilities: A prerequisite for any valid induction’ (1969) (1)
- C254. The species-sampling problem: can it be treated without empirical bayes? (1986) (1)
- C346. A simple comment concerning the Galton-Watson-Bienayme process (1990) (1)
- C388. A further note on physical numerology (1992) (1)
- C331. An apology to de finetti (1989) (1)
- C164. The cumulants of the lognormal distribution, including some conjectures (1983) (1)
- Theory of Optimal Gammas (1960) (1)
- C265. The computer-intensive form of a bayesinon-bayes compromise (1986) (1)
- Axioms of Probability (2006) (1)
- C311. On the comblnation of pieces of evidence (1989) (1)
- C232. Sufftctmcy and weight of evidence (1985) (1)
- C186. The repeat rate with respect to a given multinomial population, and the dirichlet-Multinomial, distribution (1984) (1)
- Biometrica (1955), 42, pp. 531-3: ‘The likelihood radio test for Markoff chains.’ (1957) (1)
- C370. A compromise between credibility and subjective probability (1990) (1)
- C25. A comment on runs of signs (1979) (1)
- A HISTORICAL COMMENT CONCERNING NOVEL CONFIRMATION (1985) (1)
- C126. Protom: a projection-tomographic method for density estimation from multivariate data (1982) (1)
- C165. A Correction concerning my interpretation of peirce, and the baye of neyman-pearson "hypothesis determination (1983) (1)
- C135. Interactions between indexes of separateliess (1982) (1)
- C114. On the statistical determination of authorship (1981) (1)
- C179. The exact distribution of x2 fpr a non-equiprobable multinomial (1983) (1)
- Square-root Law for Solving Two-ended Problems (1966) (1)
- C445. A reply to C444 (1996) (1)
- On the Regularity of Moment Methods of Summation (1944) (1)
- C305. The number of correct significant digits in a piece of physical numerology (1988) (1)
- C50. Predictive sample re-use and the estimation of probabilities (1979) (1)
- 234. Note: Checks on Yates's Algorithm (1967) (1)
- C147. The relationship between an informational measure of association and a generalization of one of yule's measures for 2×s tables, and the relevance of generalized determints and permanents (1983) (1)
- Foundations of subjective probability and decision making: discussion (1980) (1)
- C218. A correctioe concerning degrees of causation (1985) (1)
- The Self‐Consistency of the Kinematics of Special Relativity, Part VI. Einstein's Argument in Special Relativity Concerning “Time Travel” Is Substantially Correct After All; and Smoothed Polygons (2006) (1)
- C15. A signs test when estimating probability densities (1978) (1)
- Elementary Problems: E2884-E2889 (1981) (1)
- C268. The likelihood-ratio approach to the generalized behrens-fisher problem: one-way anova under heteroscedasticity (1986) (1)
- A power series for the tail-area probability of student's t distribution (1986) (1)
- The Computation of a Bayes Factor Against Independence in Contingency Tables (1996) (1)
- C325. Erratum and addendum to c172 (1989) (1)
- Progress on Chinese universe (1983) (1)
- C176. The bayes/non-bayes compromise or synthesis and box′ current philosophy (see the first paragraph of c74.) (1983) (1)
- C152. On the number of duplicated fingerprints (1983) (1)
- C356. Multivariate tests after dimensionality reduction (1990) (1)
- C81. A simplification in ”the causal calculus“ (1980) (1)
- Expected mutual information (1974) (1)
- C277. Some checks on the consistency of probability judgments and a conjectured method for improving those judgments (1987) (1)
- C9. An improvement in the chi-squared goodness-of-fit test (1978) (1)
- (Neo)n-Darwinism (1986) (1)
- C315. A suspicious feature of the popperimiller argument (1989) (1)
- Sociology of Statistics (1958) (1)
- Discussion of the Papers of Messrs. Hald, Wetherill and Cox (1960) (1)
- C210. The only-just effect in nonparametric procedures, and the achievement of objectivity by using a statistician's stooge. (1984) (1)
- Serial unblocked designs balanced for correlation between neighbours (1987) (1)
- C261. The species-sam pling problem again (1986) (1)
- The choice between techniques for choosing between methods of estimation (1986) (1)
- C 24. A method for avoiding overflows and underflows (1978) (1)
- The Science of Fractal Images (Heinz-Otto Peitgen and Dietmar Saupe, eds.) (1991) (1)
- C333. On the judgement of ”numerological“ assertions (1989) (1)
- Systematic Glossary of the Terminology of Statistical Methods. (1978) (1)
- Changing concepts of chance (1988) (1)
- C215. Penalized least surprise (1984) (0)
- Belief, Degrees of (2006) (0)
- An Inconsistency in Phipps's Kinematic Theory (1997) (0)
- Bayesian non-parametric theory: discussion (1980) (0)
- C229. Probability density estimation over subintervals of the range (1985) (0)
- Nonparametric Probability Density Estimation (Richard A. Tapia and James R. Thompson) (1982) (0)
- C166. The mokents of weight of evidence givew intermediate hypotheses (1983) (0)
- C314. Chaotics and number theory (1989) (0)
- C435. A comment concerning physical numerology (1995) (0)
- C271. Age of earliest memory: an informal sampling experiment (1986) (0)
- A five-year plan for automatic chess (excerpt) (1988) (0)
- Haldane's speculation (1998) (0)
- C68. The grading of competitors (1980) (0)
- Expressing expected weight of evidence for gaussian generalized processes in terms of integral operators (1974) (0)
- C421. Turing's little theorem is not really paradoxical (1994) (0)
- Comments, conjectures and conclusions (2006) (0)
- C273. A historical comment concerning the monte carl0 estimation of p-values (1986) (0)
- C46. A voting proposal: power-summing (1979) (0)
- C205. Monotonic properties of the moments of a bayes factor and the retationship to measures of divergence (1984) (0)
- C64. The probability distribution of the gaps between the mersenne primes (1980) (0)
- Errata and Annenda (1981) (0)
- Personal and inter-personal ethics: discussion (1980) (0)
- Advanced Problems: 6132-6137 (1977) (0)
- C419. A key to the topic-independent philosophy of science (1994) (0)
- F21. Chaotics vs. Chaology (1989) (0)
- Letter from I. J. Good to Joshua Lederberg (1960) (0)
- C302. An early risk assessment for an atomic reactor (1988) (0)
- Truth or Consequences (1998) (0)
- Abstract of "Speculations Concerning the Future of Statistics" (1990) (0)
- C233. Fisher and subjectivity (1985) (0)
- C234. In defense of the law of the excluded middle, or all logic is probabilistic (1985) (0)
- C167. The probability of odd partial quotients in continued fractions (1983) (0)
- Comments, conjectures, and conclusions (2004) (0)
- C163. The moments of an exponential (1983) (0)
- Fractals Everywhere (Michael Barnsley) (1990) (0)
- C220. The number of numerical multiplications when multiplying polynomials by recursive bisection (1985) (0)
- Thinking about Thinking: or why Authors Should See Page Proofs (1981) (0)
- C264. A geometrical approach to the amalgamation paradox (1986) (0)
- C316. Interpretation of a large coefficient of determination (1989) (0)
- C198. A probability too small to achieve using a computer (1984) (0)
- C177. The device of imaginary results, "WHAT IF", and preposterior analysis (see the first paragraph of c174) (1983) (0)
- C124. Probability densities versus discriminant functions (1982) (0)
- Amendment@@@An Introduction to Bayesian Inference in Econometrics (1976) (0)
- Regression of a Phenotypic Value on the Values for the Parents and Grandparents (1965) (0)
- C321. The need for a normative theory of rationality (1989) (0)
- C361. Editorial concerning terrell's conjecture (1990) (0)
- C4. Compenis on the distribiltion of the likelihoodratio statistic for the equiprobable mltltinomial (1977) (0)
- A Simple Cure for Grade Inflation. (1976) (0)
- C28. The importance of mathematical consistency, at least in a discriminiation problem (1979) (0)
- C288. A correction concerning ′ancillarity′ for significance tests (1987) (0)
- C.446. The excess of even numbers of carbon atoms in organic compounds, and eddington's fisherman's fallacy: dogs, hot dogs and astronomers (1998) (0)
- C347. Random-response questionnaires and lie-detectors (1990) (0)
- C195. Editorial comment on kempthorne's C194 (1984) (0)
- List of symbols (1974) (0)
- Letters to the editor: number of possible strategies when writing compilers (1968) (0)
- Contribution to the discussion of A. Zellner and A. Siow “Posterior odds ratio for selected regression hypotheses” (1981) (0)
- C473. Straddling the interquantile range (2003) (0)
- Expected mutual information, expected weight of evidence, and divergence for random processes (1974) (0)
- Collected Papers of R. A. Fisher, Volumes III, IV, and V. (1980) (0)
- POINTS FROM LETTERS: Foreign Body in the Eye (1952) (0)
- C304. A further note on probability estimation for pairs of related multinomials (1988) (0)
- C424. Significance tests: are they more important in science than in technology? (1994) (0)
- C45. An index of innuentiality of a scientist (1979) (0)
- C134. A roposal for the improvement of the.refereeing process (1982) (0)
- Limited Competition (1993) (0)
- C203. A quick and dirty method for nonparametric estimation of a density function (1984) (0)
- C79. Vinograde's lemma, singular decompositions and k-frames (1980) (0)
- C283. The calculation of the normal or error function with normally acceptable proportional error (1987) (0)
- C123. Are the methods of statistical mechanics applicable to society (1982) (0)
- Review of "Advances in Computer Chess, Volume 1. by M.R.B. Clarke"; University Press, 1977 (1978) (0)
- C224. A historical note regarding the mass of jupiter (1985) (0)
- C174. Scientific: induction, jeffrefs's mid and my approaches compared (1983) (0)
- C77. Functions of distinct random vectors having identical distributions (1980) (0)
- C72. Comment concerning c59 (1980) (0)
- C160. A futher comment on multiple-choice examinations (1983) (0)
- C469. Weight of evidence is analogous to income (2002) (0)
- The Relationship of a Formula of Carlitz to the Generalized Lagrange Expansion (1976) (0)
- Refutation of Another Seeming Refutation of Special Relativity (2002) (0)
- C266. Recognizability, permutability, and homogeneity (1986) (0)
- C74. Terminology for various kinds of bayesian methods (1980) (0)
- C199. Standardized tail-area probabilities: a possible interpretation (1984) (0)
- Hypothesis testing: discussion (1980) (0)
- C89. The total cost of collecting incoke tax (1981) (0)
- C329. The ”fisher-poisson trick“ extended to contingency tables (1989) (0)
- A reply to the comment by G.A. Barnard (1990) (0)
- C372. Fifty years of errors (1990) (0)
- Bring Mohammed to the Mountain. (1975) (0)
- C56. Fractional moments and cumulants: some unsolved proble (1979) (0)
- [The Axioms of Subjective Probability]: Comment (1986) (0)
- Advanced Problems: 5895-5899 (1973) (0)
- Physical probability, surprise, and certainty (1983) (0)
- C390. Partial correlation coefficients are analogous to partial differential coefficients (1992) (0)
- C423. A comment on the wilcoxon sign-rank test and a conjecture concerning hypothyroidism (1994) (0)
- C398. P-values, luck, and surprise (1993) (0)
- Information in events and weight of evidence (1974) (0)
- Calculating the Kolmogorov-Smirnov One-Sample Statistic (1983) (0)
- C141. On s-fold repeats and their additive and multiflicative properties (1982) (0)
- C162. Moments and cumulants of weights of evidence (1983) (0)
- Speculation—How to save democracy (1971) (0)
- Book Review: Theory of probability, Volume I (1977) (0)
- C62. The covariance between the chi-squareds for the margins of a contingency table (1980) (0)
- Brains, Machines and Mathematics (1965) (0)
- C122. A paradox in the neyman-pearson theory (1982) (0)
- C115. Assessment of eye-ball descriptions (1981) (0)
- C289. Maximum penalized likelihood for somewhat param etrlc estimation (1987) (0)
- A Comparison of some Methods of Calculating Covariance Functions on an Electronic Computer (1961) (0)
- C278. Indices of economic concentration (1987) (0)
- C23. Monozygotic criminals (1978) (0)
- 3019. Hung upside down (1962) (0)
- Erratum: The Self‐Consistency of the Kinematics of Special Relativity, IV [Phys. Essays11, 248 (1998)] (1999) (0)
- C436. An apology related to blurred hypotheses (1995) (0)
- C256. Cross-validational semi-bayesian methods (1986) (0)
- C110. Randomly connected genetic nets (1981) (0)
- C173. A Geometry of distributions (1983) (0)
- Elementary Problems: E1915-E1924 (1966) (0)
- C313. The rate of diagnosing a fault, for example, in a communication channel (1989) (0)
- Comments on David Miller (1975) (0)
- C40. Partitioning of X2 and of the likelihood ratio for contingency tables (1979) (0)
- Addendum to: Analysis of clade shape using queueing theory and the fast Fourier transform (1990) (0)
- C149. A simple consequence of daniel bernoulli's logarittimic formula for utility (1983) (0)
- C342.5. The p-value trap, an editorial comment on c342 (1990) (0)
- C127. When is maximum likelihood estimation o.k. for a bayesian (1982) (0)
- C183. A modification, based on probability density estimation, of the sherman-foutz one-sample test (1983) (0)
- C158. A note on the extraction of coefficients from power series (1983) (0)
- C359. Factorial designs and the programming of games (1990) (0)
- Regeneration of a Binary Signal in a Uniform Transmission Line (1976) (0)
- C11 The complexity of nutrition advice (1978) (0)
- C443. Can the idea of the QH test for normality be used for testing the weibull distribution (1996) (0)
- C109. A new monte carlo computation for the characteristic function of pearson's chi-squared (1981) (0)
- C161. When are free observations of positive expected value (1983) (0)
- C99. The probability of a scientific law (1981) (0)
- CONTRIBUTION TO THE DISCUSSION OF HENRY E. KYBURG, JR.'S “BELIEVING ON THE BASIS OF THE EVIDENCE” (1994) (0)
- F20. An enveloping regression procedure (1989) (0)
- Monte Carlo method (2014) (0)
- Discussion: Testing for Independence in a Two-Way Table: New Interpretations of the Chi-Square Statistic (1985) (0)
- F46. Varieties of the regression fallacy (1996) (0)
- C146. Correlation between power functions (1983) (0)
- C270. Newcomb's problem and the foundations of probability (1986) (0)
- C386. Ridge regression and the harmonic-mean rule of thumb (1992) (0)
- C415. A fourth argument for the explication of causal tendency (1994) (0)
- C221. On judicial errors (1985) (0)
- C58. Generalizations of X2 for contingency tables (1979) (0)
- C57. Further generallzations of X2 (1979) (0)
- Review: P. Hĭjek and T. Havrĭnek, Mechanizing hypothesis formation. Mathematical foundations for a general theory (1979) (0)
- C5. Interpolation in tables of the normal distribution (1978) (0)
- C133. On the measurement of regret (1982) (0)
- C70. Comment concerning c 49. (1980) (0)
- C250. “Saturated model” or “quasimodel”, a point of terminology (1986) (0)
- C217. Tail-area probabilities and bayes factors as “distances” from the null hypothesis (1985) (0)
- C340. A generalization of rissanen's distribution (1990) (0)
- C255. Invariant hyperpriors (1986) (0)
- The Self-Consistency of the Kinematics of Special Relativity, Part V(A) (2003) (0)
- C242. Eeaviside's unit function applied to midrank procedures (1985) (0)
- Expected mutual information rate (1974) (0)
- C154. A conjecture about the history cf errors of the first and second kinds (1983) (0)
- C345. Numerology for the masses of elementary verticles: an updating (1990) (0)
- C90. The autocorrelation functions (1981) (0)
- C49. A boolean error (1979) (0)
- C131. Determining the noncentral wishart characteristic function via quadratic expressions (1982) (0)
- C260. Some bayesinon-bayes compromises based on covert bayesianism (1986) (0)
- Comment. Good's reply (1990) (0)
- C300. What should be the usual shape of a loss function (1988) (0)
- C170. A potential fisstxtement of bayes's theoreu (1983) (0)
- C2. Does -2 log(likelihood ratio) exceed x2? (1977) (0)
- C143. Scientific induction: ”universal and predictive“ (1983) (0)
- C185.Generation of pairs of related probability vectors (1984) (0)
- Erratum: A Correction to One of Einstein's Derivations of the Lorentz Transformation [Phys. Essays 13, 580 (2000)]. (2001) (0)
- C106. International clinical trials (1981) (0)
- C139. The standard error of the estimated "coverage" of a swle of species or vocabulary (1982) (0)
- Expected weight of evidence (1974) (0)
- Gaussian processes with equal covariance functions including nonrandom signals in gaussian noise (1974) (0)
- Corrections Notes: Corrections to "Saddle-point Methods for the Multinomial Distribution (1961) (0)
- Comments on Joseph Agassi (1975) (0)
- C276. On terminology for matrices of special forms (1986) (0)
- C318. The paradox of confirmation and stoogian observations (1989) (0)
- F44A. A question about F44 (1996) (0)
- C399. Trignometrical factorization of the fibonacci and lucas numbers, and sums of powers of contagents (1993) (0)
- Summary of the major results in this survey for gaussian processes, including gaussian signals and noise (1974) (0)
- C43. The Bayesian meaning of invariant estimation (1979) (0)
- C267. The 3d monocular effect (1986) (0)
- The Bayes/Non-Bayes Compromise and the (2016) (0)
- Comments on Ronald Giere (1975) (0)
- C142. The moments of the number of s-fold repeats (1982) (0)
- C171. Fsrthex colyaiaatorial identities related to the clmlants of a lognormal distribution (1983) (0)
- On the Regularity of a General Method of Summation (1946) (0)
- C101. Dynamic probability does not contradict reductio ad absurdum (1981) (0)
- C418. Fuzzy probability and hierarchical bayes (1994) (0)
- C323. A test for a specified markov model or branching process (1989) (0)
- C330. The variability of evaluations of speculative ideas (1989) (0)
- Playing games with numbers (1983) (0)
- [Some Statistical Applications of Poisson's Work]: Rejoinder (1986) (0)
- Gödel's Theorem (1968) (0)
- C98. Flexible friobs for cstiyatixc- a normat. distribution (1981) (0)
- On the theory of high-velocity particles: A comment (1995) (0)
- 3000. Problem (1962) (0)
- C468. Is a random dinner a random variable (2002) (0)
- Bayesian and non-Bayesian conditional inference: discussion (1980) (0)
- F6. Graig the vague (1987) (0)
- Other expressions for expected mutual information (1974) (0)
- Errata: A Table of Discrete Fourier Transform Pairs (1977) (0)
- C178. Tail trouble when sampling (1983) (0)
- Fide's Objection Refuted (1988) (0)
- C150. ”density“ a point of terminology (1983) (0)
- Extrasensory statistics (1998) (0)
- C367. Medialized p-values, an earlier reference (1990) (0)
- C6. A minimal-vocabulary algorith? (1978) (0)
- Rate of expected weight of evidence (1974) (0)
- The impossibility of complete mutual observation (1979) (0)
- Sensitivity to models: discussion (1980) (0)
- C407. A comment on the evaluation of numberology (1994) (0)
- The World Computer Chess Championship, J.E. Hayes, David N.L. Levy (Eds.). Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh (1976), 105 pp. £3.75 (1976) (0)
- C97. Generalized determinants and generalized jacobians (1981) (0)
- Relationships between certain random processes and the singularity between probability measures (1974) (0)
- C105. When should marginal cases be dropped in the interests of simplicity (1981) (0)
- A Correction to One of Einstein's Derivations of the Lorentz Transformation (2000) (0)
- C93. The relevance of imaginary alternatives (1981) (0)
- F7. Some improvements in statistical and other ‘literature’ (1987) (0)
- Conclusions and areas for additional research (1974) (0)
- C17. Histograms with 2nclasses (1978) (0)
- C464. Individual and global coincidences and a generalized birthday problem (2002) (0)
- C54. Moments of a generalized gamma density (1979) (0)
- C269. The newly discovered poem, possibly by shakespeare (1986) (0)
- The Diagnostic Process with Special Reference to Errors (1971) (0)
- Comparison between I(RT:ST), WT(HN/HS+N), and JT(N, S+N) for gaussian signals and noise (1974) (0)
- C377. Exploratory data analysis (1990) (0)
- C363. A bessel-function inequality derived by a statistical argument (1990) (0)
- C299. An inequality for the smallest singular value of a matrix products (1988) (0)
- C320. Weak attacks on transitivity of preference (1989) (0)
- DEGREES OF BELIEF (2004) (0)
- Comment concerning the conjectured value of a determinat occurring in statistics (1984) (0)
- C426. Rationality versus minimax (1994) (0)
- [The Interface Between Statistics and Philosophy of Science]: Rejoinder (1988) (0)
- F49A. A comment on F49 (1996) (0)
- C223. The accuracy of stirling's formula for x! when x is small (1985) (0)
- C19. Bayesian oedemology (1978) (0)
- C227. A historicai: comment concerning the index of separateness (1985) (0)
- C.189 A cumnonsense design for multiple comparisons (1984) (0)
- C.253. A definition of basic logic (1986) (0)
- The Bayes / Non-Bayes Compromise : A Brief (2008) (0)

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