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Publications 2004

  1. I. Anderson and D. A. Preece*: Narcissistic half-and-half power-sequence terraces for Zn with n = pqt. Discrete Mathematics, 279, 2004, 33-60.
  2. R. A. Bailey*: Association Schemes: Designed Experiments, Algebra and Combinatorics, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2004. 387pp.
  3. R. A. Bailey*: Principles of designed experiments in J. A. Nelder's papers. In Methods and Models in Statistics: In Honour of Professor John Nelder FRS (eds. N. M. Adams, M. J. Crowder, D. J. Hand and D. A. Stephens), Imperial College Press, London, 2004, pp. 171-194.
  4. R. A. Bailey*: Review of “Block designs: A Randomization Approach. Vol I: Analysis and Vol II: Design” by T. Caliński and S. Kageyama. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 99, 2004, 558-560.
  5. R. A. Bailey* and P. Druilhet: Optimality of neighbor-balanced designs for total effects. Annals of Statistics, 32, 2004, 1650-1661. doi: 10.1214/009053604000000481
  6. B. Bogacka* and F. Wright*: Comparison of two design optimality criteria applied to a nonlinear model. Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics, 14, 2004, 909-930.
  7. R. Deardon, S. G. Gilmour*, N. A. Butler, K. Phelps and R. Kennedy: A method for ascertaining and controlling representation bias in field trials for airborne plant pathogens. Journal of Applied Statistics, 31, 2004, 329-343.
  8. K. M. Eskridge, S. G. Gilmour*, R. Mead, N. A. Butler, and D. A. Travnicek: Large supersaturated designs. Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, 74, 2004, 525-542.
  9. S. G. Gilmour*: Irregular four-level response surface designs. Journal of Applied Statistics, 31, 2004, 1043-1048.
  10. S. Gilmour*: Improving food process by experimentation. Significance, 1, 2004, 127-129.
  11. S. G. Gilmour* and N. R. Draper: Response to Letter to the Editor. Technometrics, 46, 2004, 358.
  12. A. Langton, R. Edmondson, N. Parsons*, S. Gilmour* and I. Clarke: Pot plants and robust product design. HDC News, 104, 2004, 26-28.
  13. E. F. Murphy, S. G. Gilmour* and M. J. C. Crabbe: Efficient and cost-effective experimental determination of kinetic constants and data: the success of a Bayesian systematic approach to drug transport, receptron binding, continuous culture and cell transport kinetics. Federation of European Biochemical Societies Letters, 556, 2004, 193-198.
  14. P.-W. Tsai, S. G. Gilmour* and R. Mead: Some new three-level orthogonal main effects plans robust to model uncertainty. Statistica Sinica, 14, 2004, 1075-1084.
  15. D. Uciński and B. Bogacka*: Heteroscedastic T-optimum designs for multiresponse dynamic models. In Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Model-Oriented Design and Analysis, mODa7, Heeze, the Netherlands, 14-18 June 2004 (eds. A. Di Bucchianico, H. Lauter and H. P. Wynn), Physica-Verlag, 2004, pp. 191-199.
  16. A. I. Varnallis, J. G. Brennan, D. B. MacDougall and S. G. Gilmour*: Optimisation of high temperature puffing of potato cubes using response surface methodology. Journal of Food Engineering, 61, 2004, 153-163.

Publications 2003

  1. Priscila P. Alejandro*, R. A. Bailey* and Peter J. Cameron*: Association schemes and permutation groups. Discrete Mathematics, 266, 2003, 47-67. doi: 10.1016/S0012-365X(02)00798-7
  2. Ian Anderson and D. A. Preece*: Power-sequence terraces for Zn where n is an odd prime power. Discrete Mathematics, 261, 2003, 31-58.
  3. I. Anderson and D. A. Preece*: Some narcissistic half-and-half power-sequence Zp terraces with segments of different lengths. Congressus Numerantium, 163, 2003, 5-26.
  4. R. A. Bailey*: Designs on association schemes. In Science and Statistics: A Festschrift for Terry Speed (ed. Darlene R. Goldstein), Institute of Mathematical Statistics Lecture Notes-Monograph Series, 40, IMS, Beachwood, Ohio, 2003, pp. 79-102.
  5. R. A. Bailey*: Designs for one-sided neighbour effects. Indian Journal of Agricultural Statistics, 56, 2003, 302-314.
  6. R. A. Bailey* and P. R. Nelson*: Hadamard randomization: a valid restriction of random permuted blocks. Biometrical Journal, 45, 2003, 554-560.
  7. R. A. Bailey*, M. A. Ollis* and D. A. Preece*: Round-dance neighbour designs from terraces. Discrete Mathematics, 266, 2003, 69-86. doi: 10.1016/S0012-365X(02)00799-9
  8. David Bedford, Matthew Johnson and M. A. Ollis*: Defining sets for latin squares given that they are based on groups. European Journal of Combinatorics, 24, 2003, 129-135.
  9. J. M. Bernado, M. J. Bayarri, J. O. Berger, A. P. Dawid, D. Heckermann, A. F. M. Smith* and M. West: Bayesian Statistics 7, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2003. 750 pp.
  10. J. S. de S. Bueno Filho and S. G. Gilmour*: Planning incomplete block experiments when treatments are genetically related. Biometrics, 59, 2003, 375-381.
  11. P. J. Cameron*, P. Dobcsányi*, J. P. Morgan and L. H. Soicher*: The External Representation of Block Designs, version 1.1.
  12. M. J. C. Crabbe, E. F. Murphy and S. G. Gilmour*: A novel Bayesian approach to drug design with simple and complex enzymes: use with lens aldehyde dehydrogenase and the glyoxylase pathway. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 44, 2003, 426.
  13. S. G. Gilmour* and N. R. Draper: Confidence regions around the ridge of optimal response on fitted second-order response surfaces. Technometrics, 45, 2003, 333-339.
  14. S. G. Gilmour* and R. Mead: A Bayesian design criterion for locating the optimum point on a response surface. Statistics and Probability Letters, 64, 2003, 235-242.
  15. S. G. Gilmour* and L. A. Trinca: Row-column response surface designs. Journal of Quality Technology, 35, 2003, 184-193.
  16. C. J. Hoggart, S. G. Walker and A. F. M. Smith*: Bivariate kurtotic distributions of garment fibre data. Applied Statistics, 52, 2003, 323-335.
  17. E. F. Murphy, S. G. Gilmour* and M. J. C. Crabbe: Efficient and accurate experimental design for enzyme kinetics: Bayesian studies reveal a systematic approach. Journal of Biochemical and Biophysical Methods, 55, 2003, 155-178.
  18. M. A. Ollis*: Protection against premature termination of experiments based on Williams squares with circular structure. Utilitas Mathematica, 63, 2003, 143-149.
  19. M. A. Ollis* and D. A. Preece*: Sectionable terraces and the (generalised) Oberwolfach problem. Discrete Mathematics, 266, 2003, 399-416.
  20. L. I. Pettit*, M. P. Wiper and K. D. S. Young: Bayesian inference for some Lanchester combat laws. European Journal of Operational Research, 148, 2003, 152-165.
  21. L. I. Pettit* and R. A. Sugden*: Outlier robust estimation of a finite population total. In Bayesian Statistics 7 (eds. J. M. Bernardo et al.), Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2003, pp. 631-640.
  22. N. C. K. Phillips and D. A. Preece*: Chapter 12: Finding double Youden rectangles. In Designs 2002: Further Computational and Constructive Design Theory (ed. W. D. Wallis), Kluwer, 2003, pp. 301-315.
  23. N. C. K. Phillips, D. A. Preece* and D. H. Rees: Double Youden rectangles for the four biplanes with k = 9. Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing, 44, 2003, 169-176.
  24. Prasenjit Saha*: Principles of Data Analysis. Cappella Archive, Great Malvern, 2003. ISBN: 1902918118.
  25. R. A. Sugden*: Exact moments for calibrated estimators. Bulletin of the International Statistical Institute, 54, 2003.

Publications 2002

  1. I. Anderson and D. A. Preece*: Locally balanced change-over designs. Utilitas Mathematica, 62, 2002, 33-59.
  2. A. C. Atkinson and B. Bogacka*: Compound and other optimum designs for systems of non-linear differential equations arising in chemical kinetics. Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems, 61, 2002, 17-33.
  3. R. A. Bailey*: Suprema and infima of association schemes. Discrete Mathematics, 248, 2002, 1-16.
  4. D. S. Coad*: Review of “Mathematical Statistics: Basic Ideas and Selected Topics, Volume I, 2nd edition” by P. J. Bickel and K. A. Dokson. Biometrics, 58, 2002, 691-692.
  5. D. S. Coad* and C. C. Morgan: Contribution to the discussion of `Randomised urn models and sequential design' by W. F. Rosenberger. Sequential Analysis, 21, 2002, 29-32.
  6. D. G. T. Denison, C. C. Holmes, B. K. Mallick and A. F. M. Smith*: Bayesian Methods for Nonlinear Classification and Regression. Wiley, 2002.
  7. K. C. Mountzouris, S. G. Gilmour* and R. A. Rastall: Continuous production of oligodextrans via controlled hydrolysis of dextran in an enzyme membrane reactor. Journal of Food Science, 67, 2002, 1767-1771.
  8. E. F. Murphy, S. G. Gilmour* and M. J. C. Crabbe: Effective experimental design: enzyme kinetics in the bioinformatics era. Drug Discovery Today, 7, 2002, S187-S191.
  9. M. A. Ollis*: Sequenceable groups and related topics. Electronic Journal of Combinatorics, Dynamic Surveys (10), 2002.
  10. D. A. Preece* and N. C. K. Phillips: Euler at the bowling green. Utilitas Mathematica, 61, 2002, 129-165.
  11. A. Rosenthal, D. Ledward, A. Defaye, S. Gilmour* and L. Trinca: Effect of pressure, temperature, time and storage on peroxidase and polyphenol oxidase from pineapple. In Trends in High Pressure Bioscience and Biotechnology (ed. R. Hayashi), Elsevier, New York, 2002.
  12. R. A. Sugden* and T. M. F. Smith: Exact linear unbiased estimation in survey sampling (with discussion). Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 102, 2002, 25-45.
  13. D. Uciński and B. Bogacka*: Construction of T-optimum designs for multiresponse dynamic models. In Proceedings in Computational Statistics 2002 (eds. W. Härdle and B. Rönz), Physica-Verlag. 2002, pp. 267-272.

Publications 2001

  1. Anthony C. Atkinson and R. A. Bailey*: One hundred years of the design of experiments on and off the pages of “Biometrika”. Biometrika, 88, 2001, 53-97.
  2. Anthony Atkinson, Barbara Bogacka* and Anatoly Zhigljavsky (editors): Optimum Design 2000, Kluwer, Dordrecht, 2001. ISBN 0-7923-6798-7
  3. R. A. Bailey*: Contribution to the discussion of `Detection of interaction in experiments on large numbers of factors' by S. M. Lewis and A. M. Dean: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 63, 2001, 662.
  4. R. A. Bailey* and H. Monod: Efficient semi-Latin rectangles: designs for plant disease experiments. Scandinavian Journal of Statistics, 28, 2001, 257-270.
  5. D. Bedford, M. A. Ollis* and R. M. Whitaker: On bipartite tournaments balanced with respect to carry-over effects for both teams. Discrete Mathematics, 231, 2001, 81-87.
  6. B. Bogacka*: Contribution to the discussion of `Detection of interaction in experiments on large numbers of factors' by S. M. Lewis and A. M. Dean: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 63, 2001, 659-660.
  7. N. A. Butler, R. Mead, K. M. Eskridge, and S. G. Gilmour*: A general method of constructing E(s2) optimal supersaturated designs. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 63, 2001, 621-632.
  8. D. S. Coad* and A. Ivanova: Bias calculations for adaptive urn designs. Sequential Analysis, 20, 2001, 91-116.
  9. D. S. Coad*: Review of “Asymptotic Statistics” by A. W. van der Vaart. Biometrics, 57, 2001, 645-646.
  10. P. Dellaportas, A. F. M. Smith* and P. Stavropoulos: Bayesian analysis of mortality data. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, 164, 2001, 275-291.
  11. S. G. Gilmour*: Contribution to the discussion of `Detection of interaction in experiments on large numbers of factors' by S. M. Lewis and A. M. Dean: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 63, 2001, 662-663.
  12. M. Keogh-Brown*, C. Roadknight and B. Bogacka*: Network performance functions. In Proceedings of the Seventeenth UK Performance Engineering Workshop (eds. K. Djemane and M. Kara), 2001.
  13. E. A. Molina, T. M. F. Smith and R. A. Sugden*: Overdispersion models in complex surveys. International Statistical Review, 69, 2001, 373-384.
  14. J. P. Morgan, D. A. Preece* and D. H. Rees: Nested balanced incomplete block designs. Discrete Mathematics, 231, 2001, 351-389.
  15. D. A. Preece*: Types of factor in experiments. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 95, 2001, 269-282.
  16. D. A. Preece*, B. J. Vowden and N. C. K. Phillips: Double Youden rectangles of sizes (p + 1) × (p2 + p + 1). Utilitas Mathematica, 59, 2001, 139-154.
  17. A. Rosenthal, D. L. Pyle, K. Niranjan, S. Gilmour* and L. Trinca: Combined effect of operational variables and enzyme activity on aqueous enzymatic extraction of oil and protein from soybean. Enzyme and Microbial Technology, 28, 2001, 499-509.
  18. A. F. M. Smith*: Public policy issues as a route to statistical awareness. International Statistical Review, 69, 2001, 17-20.
  19. L. A. Trinca and S. G. Gilmour*: Multi-stratum response surface designs. Technometrics, 43, 2001, 25-33.
  20. S. K. Upadhyay, N. Vasishta and A. F. M. Smith*: Bayes inference in life testing and reliability via Markov chain Monte Carlo simulation. Sankhya, Series A, 63, 2001, 15-40.

Publications 2000

  1. D. Ashby* and A. F. M. Smith*: Evidence-based medicine as Bayesian decision-making. Statistics in Medicine, 19, 2000, 3291-3305.
  2. A. C. Atkinson, B. Bogacka* and S. S. Zocchi: Equivalence theory for design augmentation and parsimonious model checking: response surfaces and yield density models. Listy Biometryczne, 37, 2000, 67-95.
  3. R. A. Bailey*: Contribution to the discussion of `Invariance and factorial models' by P. McCullagh. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 62, 2000, 239-241.
  4. Shamus P. Burns*, Helena C. Murphy*, Richard A. Iles*, Rosemary A. Bailey* and Robert D. Cohen*: Hepatic intralobular mapping of fructose metabolism in the rat liver. Biochemical Journal, 349, 2000, 539-545.
  5. D. S. Coad* and Z. Govindarajulu: Corrected confidence intervals following a sequential adaptive clinical trial with binary responses. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 91, 2000, 53-64.
  6. S. G. Gilmour*, J. M. Pardo, L. A. Trinca, K. Niranjan and D. S. Mottram: A split-unit response surface design for improving aroma retention in freeze dried coffee. Proceedings of the 6th European Conference on Food-Industry and Statistics, 2000, 18.0-18.9.
  7. S. G. Gilmour* and L. A. Trinca: Some practical advice on polynomial regression analysis from blocked response surface designs. Communications in Statistics—Theory and Methods, 29, 2000, 2157-2180.
  8. B. K. Mallick, D. G. T. Denison and A. F. M. Smith*: Semiparametric generalized linear models: Bayesian approaches. In Generalized Linear Models: A Bayesian Perspective (editors Dey, Ghosh and B. K. Mallick), Marcel Dekker, 2000, 217-230.
  9. J. P. Morgan and R. A. Bailey*: Optimal design with many blocking factors. Annals of Statistics, 28, 2000, 553-577.
  10. R. Moskovic, C. Jordinson, D. A. Stephens and A. F. M. Smith*: A Bayesian analysis of the influence of neutron irradiation on embrittlement in ferritic submerged arc weld metal. Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, 31A, 2000, 445-459.
  11. D. A. Preece*: Contribution to the discussion of `Invariance and factorial models' by P. McCullagh. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 62, 2000, 243-244.
  12. R. A. Sugden*, T. M. F. Smith and R. P. Jones: Cochran's rule for simple random sampling. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 62, 2000, 787-793.
  13. L. A. Trinca and S. G. Gilmour*: An algorithm for arranging response surface designs in small blocks. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 33, 2000, 25-43.
  14. P.-W. Tsai, S. G. Gilmour* and R. Mead: Projective three-level main effects designs robust to model uncertainty. Biometrika, 87, 2000, 467-475.
  15. S. K. Upadhyay, N. Vasishta and A. F. M. Smith*: Bayes inference in life testing and reliability via Markov chain Monte Carlo simulation. Sankhya A, 62, 2000, 203-222.
  16. M. P. Wiper, L. I. Pettit* and K. D. S. Young: Bayesian inference for Lanchester type combat models. Naval Research Logistics, 47, 2000, 541-558.