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Dec-1974A (k+1)-decision Single-Stage Selection Procedure for Comparing k Normal Means with a Fixed Known Standard: The Case of Common Known VarianceBechhofer, R.; Turnbull, B.
May-1975A (k+1)-decision Single-Stage Selection Procedure for Comparing k Normal Means with a Fixed Known Standard: The Case of Common Unknown VarianceBechhofer, R.; Turnbull, B.
Nov-1984On the Ramey-Alam Sequential Procedure for Selecting the Multinomial Event which has the Largest ProbabilityBechhofer, R.; Goldsman, D.
Jun-1987Optimal Allocation of Observations in Subset Selection and Multiple Comparisons with a Control, and Associated Tables (With Application to Drug Screening)Bechhofer, R.; Dunnett, C.; Tamhane, A.
May-1971Optimal Allocation of Observations when Comparing Several Treatments with a Control, III: Globally Best One-Sided Intervals for Unequal VariancesBechhofer, R.; Turnbull, B.
Feb-1984An Optimal Sequential Procedure for Selecting the Best Bernoulli ProcessBechhofer, R.
Jun-1986Percentage Points of Multivariate Student t DistributionsBechhofer, R.; Dunnett, C.
Jul-1986Sequential Selection Procedures for Multi-factor Experiments Involving Koopman-Darmois Populations with AdditivityBechhofer, R.; Goldsman, D.
Jul-1988A Single-Stage Selection Procedure for Multi-Factor Multinomial Experiments with MultiplicativityBechhofer, R.; Goldsman, D.; Jennison, C.
May-1991Study of the performance of a generalized Paulson sequential selection procedure for two-factor experiments involving normal populations with common known variance and no factor-level interactionBechhofer, R.; Goldsman, D.; Hartmann, M.
Nov-1986Subset Selection for Normal Means in Multi-Factor ExperimentsBechhofer, R.; Dunnett, C.
Jan-1984A Survey of Literature on Estimation Methods for Quantal Response Curves with a View Toward Applying them to the...Tamhane, A.; Bechhofer, R.
Jan-1985Truncation of the Bechhofer-Kiefer-Sobel Sequential Procedure for Selecting the Multinomial Event which has the Largest ProbabilityBechhofer, R.; Goldsman, D.
Feb-1986Truncation of the Bechhofer-Kiefer-Sobel Sequential Procedure for Selecting the Multinomial Event which has the Largest Probability (II): Extended Tables and an Improved ProcedureBechhofer, R.; Goldsman, D.
Jul-1987Truncation of the Bechhofer-Kiefer-Sobel Sequential Procedure for Selecting the Normal Population which ahs the Largest MeanBechhofer, R.; Goldsman, D.
Sep-1987Truncation of the Bechhofer-Kiefer-Sobel Sequential Procedure for Selecting the Normal Population which has the Largest Mean (II): 2-Factor Experiments With AdditivityBechhofer, R.; Goldsman, D.
Sep-1988Truncation of the Bechhofer-Kiefer-Sobel Sequential Procedure for Selecting the Normal Population which has the Largest Mean (III): Supplementary Truncation Numbers and Resulting Performance CharacteristicsBechhofer, R.; Goldsman, D.
Feb-1977A Two-Stage Minimax Procedure with Screeming for Selecting the Largest Normal MeanTamhane, A.; Bechhofer, R.
May-1988Two-Stage Procedures for Comparing Treatments with a Control Elimination at the First Stage and Estimation at the Second StageBechhofer, R.; Dunnett, C.; Tamhane, A.
Jan-1986Two-Stage Selection of the Best Factor Level Combination in Multi-Factor Experiments: Common Unknown VarianceBechhofer, R.; Dunnett, C.
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