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  • Faculty input in book selection: a comparison of alternative methods. 

    Bell, Jo Ann H.; Bredderman, Paul J.; Stangohr, Margaret K.; O'Brien, Kevin F. (East Carolina University, 1987-07)
    In an era of tight funding, academic medical center libraries need to determine their users' needs in order to provide cost-effective resource collections. Although faculty input is valuable, it is impractical to impose ...
  • Modeling survival in colon cancer: a methodological review 

    Ahmed, Farid E.; Vos, Paul W.; Holbert, Donald (East Carolina University, 2007-02-12)
    The Cox proportional hazards model is the most widely used model for survival analysis because of its simplicity. The fundamental assumption in this model is the proportionality of the hazard function. When this condition ...
  • Mixture modeling with applications in schizophrenia research 

    Wu, Qiang; Sampson, Allan R. (East Carolina University, 2009-05-15)
    Finite mixture modeling, together with the EM algorithm, have been widely used in clustering analysis. Under such methods, the unknown group membership is usually treated as missing data. When the "complete data" ...