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290 ! Tue, 8/5/2014, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-207
Testing — Contributed Papers
Chair(s): Christopher Hans, Ohio State University   
8:35 AM Null Hypothesis Significance Testing, Signal Detection Theory, and P<0.05 Ming Ji
8:50 AM A Nonparametric Likelihood Ratio Test for Detecting Sparse Normal Mixtures Wenhua Jiang ; Cun-Hui Zhang, Rutgers University
9:05 AM Controlling the False Discovery Rate in Ordered Settings Maxwell Grazier G'Sell, Stanford University ; Robert Tibshirani, Stanford University ; Alexandra Chouldechova, Stanford University ; Stefan Wager, Stanford University
9:20 AM Rate Optimal Multiple Testing Procedure in High-Dimensional Regression Zhigen Zhao, Temple University ; Pengsheng Ji, University of Georgia
9:35 AM Single-Index Modulated Multiple Testing Lilun Du, University of Wisconsin-Madison ; Chunming Zhang, University of Wisconsin-Madison
9:50 AM A Sequential Design to Test Incremental Response Rates Lin Fei, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center ; Eileen C. King, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
10:05 AM Multiple Testing for Sparse Covariance Matrices Jing He, Peking University ; Song Xi Chen, Iowa State University/Peking University

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