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339 Tue, 7/31/2012, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-Room 23B
Statistical Models Applied to Defense and National Security Issues — Contributed Papers
Section on Statistics in Defense and National Security
Organizer(s): Michael L. Cohen, National Academy of Sciences
Chair(s): Ron Fricker, Naval Postgraduate School
10:35 AM New Statistical Measures for Network Security Soumyo Moitra, Carnegie Mellon University
10:50 AM A Sequential Procedure for Aggregation of Expert Judgment Forecasts John Irvine, Draper Laboratory ; Srinivasamurthy R. Prakash, Draper Laboratory ; John Regan, Draper Laboratory ; Drazen Prelec, MIT
11:05 AM Evaluation of a Resilience Training Program: Modeling Targeted Mediator and Health-Related Outcomes Weimin Zhang, Samueli Institute ; Salvatore Libretto, Samueli Institute ; Dawn Wallerstedt, Samueli Institute ; Joan Walter, Samueli Institute
11:20 AM A New Physics-Based Method to Detect Weak Nuclear Signals via Spectral Decomposition Jinzheng Li, University of Iowa ; Kung-Sik Chan, University of Iowa ; William Eichinger, University of Iowa ; Erwei Bai, University of Iowa
11:35 AM Treatment Heterogeneity and Individual Qualitative Interaction Robert Poulson, U.S. Air Force
11:50 AM Floor Discussion

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