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450 Tue, 8/11/2015, 3:05 PM - 3:50 PM CC-4B
SPEED: Bayesian Models and Inference, Part 2 — Contributed Poster Presentations
Section on Bayesian Statistical Science , Mental Health Statistics Section , Section on Statistics and the Environment
1: The Validity of Bayesian Information Criteria in Misspecified Models Yoichi Miyata, Takasaki City University of Economics
2: Bayes Factor Approaches for Hypothesis Testing in ANOVA Models Min Wang, Michigan Techonlogical University
3: An Integrated Population Dynamics Model of North-American Mourning Doves Using Band-Recovery and Harvest Surveys Mark Otto, Fish and Wildlife Service
4: Bivariate Left-Censored Bayesian Model for Predicting Exposure: Preliminary Analysis of Worker Exposure During the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Caroline Groth, University of Minnesota ; Sudipto Banerjee, UCLA ; Gurumurthy Ramachandran, University of Minnesota ; Mark R. Stenzel, Exposure Assessment Applications, LLC ; Dale P. Sandler, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences ; Aaron Blair, National Cancer Institute ; Richard K. Kwok, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences ; Patricia Stewart, Stewart Exposure Assessments, LLC ; Lawrence S. Engel, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
5: Empirical Comparison of the Frequentist and Bayesian Inferences in (Zero-One Inflated) Beta Regression Evercita Eugenio, University of Notre Dame ; Fang Liu, University of Notre Dame
6: Exploring Factor Analysis for Dimension Reduction in the Context of Traits on a Phylogenetic Tree Max Tolkoff ; Marc A. Suchard, UCLA
7: Bayesian Inference of Evolutionary History of Populations/Species Based on Importance Sampling of Gene Trees Yujin Chung
8: Bayesian Modeling for Change-Points Detection in Longitudinal Clinical Proteomics Experiments Xia Wang, University of Cincinnati
9: Order-Invariant Prior Specification in Bayesian Factor Analysis Dennis Leung, University of Washington ; Mathias Drton, University of Washington
10: A Bayes Interpretation of Stacking for M-Open Settings Tri Le, University of Nebraska - Lincoln ; Bertrand Clarke, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
11: Bayesian Species Delimitation Combining Multiple Genes and Traits in a Unified Framework Claudia Solis-Lemus, University of Wisconsin - Madison ; Cecile Ane, University of Wisconsin - Madison ; L. Lacey Knowles, University of Michigan
12: Group Elicitation for Bayesian Prior Grace Zhang, Merck ; Faiz Ahmad, GSK ; Timothy H. Montague, GlaxoSmithKline
13: Degree, Curvature, and Mixing of Random Walks on the Phylogenetic Subtree-Prune-Regraft Graph and What It Tells Us About Phylogenetic Inference via MCMC Frederick Matsen, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center ; Chris Whidden, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
14: Model Selection Criteria for Misspecified Quantile Regression Models in High Dimensions Alexander Giessing, University of Michigan ; Xuming He, University of Michigan
15: Bayesian Inference for Truncated and Interval-Valued Regression Models Alicia Lloro, FDIC ; Phillip Li, Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
16: Robust Bayesian Inference via Coarsening Jeffrey Miller, Duke University ; David Dunson, Duke University
17: Application of a Hierarchical Model to Paleoenvironmental Time Series with Latent Times Aaron Springford, Queen's University at Kingston ; David J. Thomson, Queen's University at Kingston
18: Adaptive Weight Function Estimation in Functional Linear Models via Fixed Form Variational Bayes Bruce Bugbee, MD Anderson Cancer Center ; Jeffrey Morris , MD Anderson Cancer Center ; Veera Baladandayuthapani, MD Anderson Cancer Center
19: A Bayesian Model for Multivariate Functional Principal Components Analysis Kevin Cummins, UC San Diego ; Wesley Thompson, UC San Diego

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