JSM Activity #390


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Activity ID:  390
Title
A Decade of Empirical Likelihood
Date / Time / Room Sponsor Type
08/15/2002
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Room: H-Regent Parlor
IMS, Section on Statistical Computing* Invited
Organizer: Ian McKeague, Florida State University
Chair: Ian McKeague, Florida State University
Discussant:  
Description

The 2002 JSM in NYC would provide an excellent and timely opportunity to look back at the advances in empirical likelihood over the last decade, since Art Owen's pioneering work. Owen recently published a monograph on the subject and it continues to attract serious attention. However, there has been very little "coverage" at recent conferences. This session would start with a review talk by Owen, followed by more specialized talks in the areas of expertise of the other speakers.
  300445  By:  Art  Owen 10:35 AM 08/15/2002
Empirical Likelihood

  300447  By:  Jing  Qin 11:10 AM 08/15/2002
The Use of Uncategorized Data to Improve Estimation Efficiency in Mixture Models via Empirical Likelihood

  300446  By:  Gang  Li 11:45 AM 08/15/2002
Empirical Likelihood Methods for Analysis of Survival Data

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