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Publications 1999

  1. R. A. Bailey*: Resolved designs viewed as sets of partitions. In Combinatorial Designs and their Applications (editors F. C. Holroyd, K. A. S. Quinn, C. Rowley and B. S. Webb), Chapman & Hall/CRC Press Research Notes in Mathematics, 403, CRC Press LLC, Boca Raton, 1999, pp. 17-47.
  2. R. A. Bailey*: Choosing designs for nested blocks. Listy Biometryczne, 36, (1999), 85-126.
  3. R. A. Bailey*: Contribution to the discussion of `Bayesian analysis of agricultural field experiments' by Julian Besag and David Higdon. Journal of the Royal Statistical Socety, Series B, 61, 1999, p. 725.
  4. S. P. Burns*, R. D. Cohen*, R. A. Iles*, R. A. Bailey*, M. Desai*, J. P. Germain* and T. C. H. Going*: Zonation of gluconeogenesis, ketogenesis and intracellular pH in livers from normal and diabetic ketoacidotic rats: evidence for intralobular redistribution of metabolic events in ketoacidosis. Biochemical Journal, 343, 1999, 272-280.
  5. S. Ferris and S. G. Gilmour*: Blocking factorial designs in greenhouse experiments. Proceedings of the 10th Kansas State University Conference on Applied Statistics in Agriculture, 1999, 138-152.
  6. S. G. Gilmour*: Contribution to the discussion of `Bayesian analysis of agricultural field experiments' by J. Besag and D. Higdon. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 61, 1999, p. 722.
  7. S. G. Gilmour*: Contribution to the discussion of `The analysis of designed experiments and longitudinal data by using smoothing splines' by A. P. Verbyla, B. R. Cullis, M. G. Kenward and S. J. Welham. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C (Applied Statistics), 48, 1999, 306-307.
  8. S. G. Gilmour* and T. J. Ringrose: Controlling processes in food technology by simplifying the canonical form of fitted response surfaces. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C (Applied Statistics), 48, 1999, 91-101.
  9. R. A. Haro-López and A. F. M. Smith*: On robust Bayesian analysis for location and scale parameters. Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 70, 1999, 30-56.
  10. J. T. Key, L. R. Pericchi and A. F. M. Smith*: Bayesian model choice: what and why? In Bayesian Statistics 6 (editors J. M. Bernando, J. O. Berger, A. P. Dawid and A. F. M. Smith), Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1999, pp. 343-370.
  11. B. K. Mallick, D. G. T. Denison and A. F. M. Smith*: Bayesian survival analysis using a MARS model. Biometrics, 55, 1999, 1071-1077.
  12. K. C. Mountzouris, S. G. Gilmour*, A. S. Grandison and R. A. Rastall: Modelling of oligodextrin production in an ultrafiltration stirred cell membrane reactor. Enzyme and Microbial Technology, 24, 1999, 75-85.
  13. K. C. Mountzouris, S. G. Gilmour*, A. J. Jay and R. A. Rastall: A study of dextran production from maltodextrin by cell suspensions of Gluconobacter oxydans NCIB 4943. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 87, 1999, 546-556.
  14. N. C. K. Phillips and D. A. Preece*: Tight single-change covering designs with v=12, k=4. Discrete Mathematics, 197/198, 1999, 657-670.
  15. D. A. Preece*: Contribution to the discussion of `Bayesian analysis of agricultural field experiments' by Julian Besag and David Higdon. Journal of the Royal Statistical Socety, Series B, 61, 1999, 718-720.
  16. D. A. Preece*, D. H. Rees and J. P. Morgan: Doubly nested balanced incomplete block designs. Congressus Numerantium, 137, 1999, 5-18.
  17. D. A. Preece* and B. J. Vowden: Some series of cyclic balanced hyper-Graeco-Latin superimpositions of three Youden squares. Discrete Mathematics, 197/198, 1999, 671-682.
  18. D. A. Preece*, B. J. Vowden and N. C. K. Phillips: Double Youden rectangles of size p × (2p+1) and (p+1) × (2p+1). Ars Combinatoria, 51, 1999, 161-171.
  19. D. H. Rees and D. A. Preece*: Perfect Graeco-Latin balanced incomplete block designs (pergolas). Discrete Mathematics, 197/198, 1999, 691-712.
  20. L. A. Trinca and S. G. Gilmour*: Difference variance dispersion graphs for comparing response surface designs with applications in food technology. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C (Applied Statistics), 48, 1999, 441-455.
  21. B. J. Vowden and D. A. Preece*: Some new infinite series of Freeman-Youden rectangles. Ars Combinatoria, 51, 1999, 49-63.
  22. S. G. Walker, P. Damien, P. W. Laud and A. F. M. Smith*: Bayesian nonparametric inference for random distributions and related functions (with discussion). Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, 61, 1999, 485-516 (response to discussion pp. 524-527).

Publications 1998

  1. A. Apichartsrangkoom, D. A. Ledward, A. E. Bell and S. G. Gilmour*: Rheological behaviour of soya protein concentrate following high pressure treatment. In High Pressure Food Science, Biosciences and Chemistry (editor N. Isaacs), Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, 1998, pp. 280-283.
  2. A. C. Atkinson, B. Bogacka* and M. B. Bogacki: D- and T-optimum designs for the kinetics of a reversible chemical reaction (with discussion). Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems, 43, 1998, 185-198 (response to discussion pp. 205-206).
  3. J.-M. Azaïs, H. Monod and R. A. Bailey*: The influence of design on validity and efficiency of neighbour methods. Biometrics, 54, 1998, 1374-1387.
  4. R. A. Bailey*: Statistics and mathematics: the appropriate use of mathematics within statistics (with discussion). The Statistician, 47, 1998, 261-271 (response to discussion pp. 288-290).
  5. B. Bogacka*: Discussion of the invited papers on `Modern experimental designs and their use in agriculture' by S. Mejza, P. Clarke and A. C. Atkinson. Bulletin of the International Statistical Institute, 57(3), 1998, 127-135.
  6. A. Bowman, W. H. Gilmour, G. Constable, N. Davies, S. G. Gilmour* and E. J. Redfern: Computer-based learning in statistics: a problem solving approach. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series D (The Statistician), 47, 1998, 314-327.
  7. J. K. Kikafunda, A. F. Walker and S. G. Gilmour*: Effect of refining and supplementation on the viscosity and energy density of weaning maize porridges. International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, 49, 1998, 295-302.
  8. D. A. Preece*: Contribution to the discussion of `Statistics and mathematics—trouble at the interface' by P. Sprent, `Breaking misconceptions–statistics and its relationship to mathematics' by D. J. Hand, `Mathematics: governess or handmaiden' by S. Senn and `Statistics and mathematics: the appropriate use of mathematics within statistics' by R. A. Bailey. The Statistician, 47, 1998, p. 274.
  9. L. A. Trinca and S. G. Gilmour*: Variance dispersion graphs for comparing blocked response surface designs. Journal of Quality Technology, 30, 1998, 349-364.

Publications 1997

  1. Ian Anderson and R. A. Bailey*: Completeness properties of conjugates of Latin squares based on groups, and an application to bipartite tournaments. Bulletin of the Institute of Combinatorics and its Applications, 21, 1997, 95-99.
  2. A. C. Atkinson and B. Bogacka*: Compound D- and Ds-optimum designs for determining the order of a chemical reaction. Technometrics, 39(4), 1997, 347-356.
  3. R. A. Bailey*: A Howell design admitting A5. Discrete Mathematics, 167-168, 1997, 65-71.
  4. R. A. Bailey* (sole editor): Surveys in Combinatorics, 1997 (invited papers at the 16th British Combinatorial Conference). London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series, 241, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1997. 338 pp. ISBN 0 521 59840 0
  5. R. A. Bailey* and P. E. Chigbu: Enumeration of semi-Latin squares, Discrete Mathematics, 167-168, 1997, 73-84.
  6. R. A. Bailey* and G. Royle: Optimal semi-Latin squares with side six and block size two. Proceedings of The Royal Society of London, Series A, 453, 1997, 1903-1914.
  7. B. Bogacka* and A. C. Atkinson: Optimum experimental designs when the response is given by differential equations. Bulletin of the International Statistical Institute, Contributed Papers, Book 1, 1997, 211-212.
  8. B. Bogacka* and S. Mejza: Relationships between some classes of optimality criteria. Listy Biometryczne, 34, 1997, 27-34.
  9. Shamus P. Burns*, Mina Desai*, Robert D. Cohen*, C. Nicholas Hales*, Richard A. Iles*, Jocelyn P. Germain*, Thomas C. H. Going* and Rosemary A. Bailey*: Gluconeogenesis, glucose handling and structural changes in livers of the adult offspring of rats partially deprived of protein during pregnancy and lactation. Journal of Clinical Investigation, 100, 1997, 1768-1774.
  10. P. Jauregi, S. Gilmour* and J. Varley: Characterisation of colloidal gas aphrons for subsequent use for protein recovery. The Chemical Engineering Journal, 65, 1997, 1-11.
  11. J. A. Leeming*: Comparison of two nested row-column designs containing a control. Listy Biometryczne, 34, 1997, 45-62.
  12. P. J. Owens and D. A. Preece*: Aspects of complete sets of 9 × 9 pairwise orthogonal Latin squares. Discrete Mathematics, 167/168, 1997, 519-525.
  13. D. A. Preece*: Some 6 × 11 Youden squares and some 6 × 11 double Youden rectangles. Discrete Mathematics, 167/168, 1997, 527-541.
  14. D. A. Preece* and N. C. K. Phillips: A new type of Freeman-Youden rectangle. Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing, 25, 1997, 65-78.
  15. V. Solórzano, S. G. Gilmour*, K. Phelps and R. Kennedy: Assessment of suitable designs for field experiments involving airborne diseases. Journal of Agricultural Science, Cambridge, 129, 1997, 249-256.
  16. T. H. Sparks, R. A. Bailey* and D. A. Elston: Pseudoreplication: common (mal)practice. SETAC (Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry) News, 17(3), 1997, 12–13.
  17. N. K. Smith, S. G. Gilmour* and R. A. Rastall: Statistical optimisation of enzymatic synthesis of derivatives of trehalose and sucrose. Enzyme and Microbial Technology, 21, 1997, 349-354.

Publications 1996

  1. A. C. Atkinson, B. Bogacka* and M. B. Bogacki: A comparison of consecutive and reversible chemical reactions through the geometry of D-optimum designs. Proceedings of the XXVI Biometrical Colloquium (Inowroclaw, 16-19 September 1996), 1996, 239-251.
  2. R. A. Bailey*: Orthogonal partitions in designed experiments, Designs, Codes and Cryptography, 8, 1996, 45-77.
  3. R. A. Bailey*: Contribution to the discussion of `On the existence of BLUEs under a randomization model for the randomized block design' by Taduesz Caliński. Biometrical Letters, 33, 1996, 18-21.
  4. D. J. Balding*, W. J. Bruno, E. Knill and D. C. Torney: A comparative survey of non-adaptive pooling designs. Genetic Mapping and DNA Sequencing (editors T. P. Speed and M. S. Waterman), IMA Volumes in Mathematics and its Applications, Springer-Verlag, New York, 1996, pp. 133-154.
  5. D. Balding* and P. J. Donnelly*: Evaluating DNA profile evidence when the suspect is identified through a database search. Journal of Forensic Science, 41, 1996, 603-607.
  6. D. J. Balding*, M. Greenhalgh and R. A. Nichols*: Population genetics of STR loci in Caucasians. International Journal of Legal Medicine, 108, 1996, 300-305.
  7. D. J. Balding* and D. C. Torney: Optimal pooling designs with error detection. Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series A, 74, 1996, 131-140.
  8. B. Bogacka*: Contribution to the discussion of `The usefulness of optimum experimental designs' by A. C. Atkinson. Journal of the Royal Statistical Socety, Series B, 58(1), 1996, 101-102.
  9. B. Bogacka* and S. Mejza: On optimality criteria of experimental block designs under linear mixed models. Proceedings of the International Conference on Mathematical Statistics - ProbaStat'94 (30 May - 3 June 1994, Smolenice, Slovakia), Tatra Mountains Mathematical Publications, 7, 1996, 45-52.
  10. S. G. Gilmour*: The interpretation of Mallows's Cp statistic. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series D (The Statistician), 45, 1996, 49-56.
  11. S. G. Gilmour*: Contribution to the discussion of `The usefulness of optimum experimental designs' by A. C. Atkinson and `Experimental design and observation for large systems' by R. A. Bates, R. J. Buck, E. Riccomagno and H. P. Wynn. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 58, 1996, p. 99.
  12. S. G. Gilmour* and R. Mead: Fixing a factor in the sequential design of two-level fractional factorial experiments. Journal of Applied Statistics, 23, 1996, 21-29.
  13. H. Monod, J.-M. Azaïs and R. A. Bailey*: Valid randomization for the first difference analysis. Australian Journal of Statistics, 38, 1996, 91-106.
  14. P. J. Owens and D. A. Preece*: Some new non-cyclic Latin squares that have cyclic and Youden properties. Ars Combinatoria, 44, 1996, 137-148.
  15. D. A. Preece*: Multi-factor balanced block designs with complete adjusted orthogonality for all pairs of treatment factors. Australian Journal of Statistics, 38, 1996, 223-230.
  16. D. A. Preece*: Contribution to the discussion of `Hierarchical generalized linear models' by Y. Lee and J. A. Nelder. Journal of the Royal Statistical Socety, Series B, 58, 1996, p. 669.
  17. T. Sensky, C. Leger and S. Gilmour*: Psychosocial and cognitive factors associated with adherence to dietary and fluid restriction regimens by people on chronic haemodialysis. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 65, 1996, 36-42.
  18. N. K. Smith, S. G. Gilmour* and R. A. Rastall: The optimisation and semicontinuous synthesis of oligosaccharides. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 799, 1996, 608-611.
  19. P.-W. Tsai, S. G. Gilmour* and R. Mead: An alternative analysis of Logothetis's plasma-etching data. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C (Applied Statistics), 45, 1996, 498-503.

Publications 1995

  1. R. J. Allen, D. J. Balding*, P. J. Donnelly*, R. Friedman, D. H. Kaye, L. H. LaRue, R. C. Park, B. Robertson and A. Stein: Probability and proof in State v. Skipper: an internet exchange. Jurimetrics, 35, 1995, 277-310.
  2. R. A. Bailey*: Contribution to the discussion of `Non-regular maximum likelihood problems' by R. C. H. Cheng and L. Traylor. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 57, 1995, 31-32.
  3. R. A. Bailey*, J.-M. Azaïs and H. Monod: Are neighbour methods preferable to analysis of variance for completely systematic designs? `Silly designs are silly!'. Biometrika, 82, 1995, 655-659.
  4. R. A. Bailey*, H. Monod and J. P. Morgan: Construction and optimality of affine-resolvable designs. Biometrika, 82, 1995, 187-200.
  5. R. A. Bailey*, D. A. Preece* and C. A. Rowley: Randomization for a balanced superimposition of one Youden square on another. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 57, 1995, 459-469.
  6. D. J. Balding*: Estimating products in forensic identification using DNA profiles. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 90, 1995, 839-844.
  7. D. J. Balding* and P. J. Donnelly*: Inference in forensic identification, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, 158, 1995, 21-53.
  8. D. J. Balding* and P. J. Donnelly*: Inferring identity from DNA profile evidence. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 92, 1995, 11741-11745.
  9. B. Bogacka*: On information matrices for fixed and random parameters in generally balanced experimental block designs. MODA4—Advances in Model Oriented Data Analysis. Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop (Spetses, Greece, June 5-9, 1995) (eds. Christos P. Kitsos and Werner G. Mueller), Springer Verlag, 1995.
  10. W. J. Bruno, D. J. Balding*, E. Knill, D. C. Bruce, N. A. Doggett, W. W. Sawhill, R. L. Stallings, C. C. Whittaker and D. C. Torney: Efficient pooling designs for library screening. Genomics, 26, 1995, 21-30.
  11. P. J. Donnelly*: Contribution to the discussion of `Assessment and propogation of model uncertainty' by D. Draper. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 57, 1995, 81-82.
  12. M. Szydlowski, K. Moliński and B. Bogacka*: Application of the maximum likelihood method to detection and location of quantitative trait genes in animal. Proceedings of the XXV Biometrical Colloquium (Mietne, 18-21 September 1995), 1995, 361-380.