JSM Activity #20


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Activity ID:  20
Title
* ! Modeling of Physical Data
Date / Time / Room Sponsor Type
08/11/2002
2:00 PM - 3:50 PM
Room: H-Gibson Suite
Section on Physical & Engineering Sciences* Contributed
Organizer: n/a
Chair: David Banaszak, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
Discussant:  
Description

The talks in this session focus on a potpourri of methods for modeling,vprediction, and analysis of data arising in the physical sciences. Topics include design, response surfaces, calibration, mixed effects, regression, and time series.
  300769  By:  Scott M. Kowalski 2:05 PM 08/11/2002
The Path of Steepest Ascent in Split-Plot Experiments

  300608  By:  Rui  Ding 2:20 PM 08/11/2002
Ridge Analysis with Confidence Band in Multiresponse Optimization

  301352  By:  Charles   Hagwood 2:35 PM 08/11/2002
Dynamic Linear Calibration

  301483  By:  Robert  Kushler 2:50 PM 08/11/2002
An Application of Mixed-effect Models and Functional Data Analysis

  301440  By:  Douglas J. DePriest 3:05 PM 08/11/2002
Multiple Regression Modeling of Aerothermal Data Sets

  301100  By:  Michael  Turmon 3:20 PM 08/11/2002
Kalman Clustering of Geophysical Time Series

  301707  By:  Morris H. Morgan, III 3:35 PM 08/11/2002
Time Series Analysis of a Closed-Loop Electro-Spouted Bed System

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