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650 Thu, 8/7/2014, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-151A
Miscellaneous Computing — Contributed Papers
Section on Statistical Computing
Chair(s): Jane L. Harvill, Baylor University   
10:50 AM Examining Missing Data Mechanisms via Homogeneity of Parameters, Homogeneity of Distributions, and Multivariate Normality Mortaza Jamshidian, California State University, Fullerton ; Ke Hai Yuan, University of Notre Dame
11:05 AM Method-of-Moment Estimators for Multi-Level Multivariate Models Michael Anderson, University of Texas at San Antonio ; Anuradha Roy, University of Texas at San Antonio
11:20 AM The Impact of Ignoring Clustering Effect in Three-Level Data Tina Cunningham, Eastern Virginia Medical School ; Bob E. Johnson, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
11:35 AM Monte Carlo Likelihood Approximation for Generalized Linear Mixed Models Christina Knudson ; Charles Geyer, University of Minnesota ; Galin Jones, University of Minnesota
11:50 AM Identifying Patterns in Financial Time Series James Shine ; James E. Gentle, George Mason University ; Charles Perry, U.S. Department of Agriculture (retired)

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