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400 Tue, 8/5/2014, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-208
Nonparametic Modeling — Contributed Papers
Section on Nonparametric Statistics
Chair(s): Maarten Jansen, Universite Libre de Bruxelles   
2:05 PM Estimating Conditional Variance Functions Nonparametrically Using Asymmetric Least Squares Yuwen Gu, University of Minnesota
2:20 PM Nonparametric Information Criterion for Model-Assisted Survey Estimators Addison James ; Lan Xue, Oregon State University ; Virginia Lesser, Oregon State University
2:35 PM Composite Empirical Likelihood: A Derivation of Multiple Nonparametric Likelihoods Adam Jaeger, University of Georgia ; Nicole Lazar, University of Georgia
2:50 PM A Kernel Machine Approach for Metabolomics Xiang Zhan, Penn State ; Debashis Ghosh, Penn State ; Andrew Patterson, Penn State
3:05 PM Nonparametric Estimation for Self-Exciting Point Processes: A Parsimonious Approach Feng Chen, University of New South Wales ; Peter Hall, University of Melbourne
3:20 PM Improved Interval Estimation of Comparative Treatment Effects Ryne VanKrevelen
3:35 PM Varying-Coefficient Single Index Model Feiyang Niu, University of Virginia ; Jianhui Zhou, University of Virginia

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