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2011 Award of Outstanding Statistical Application

The 2011 Outstanding Statistical Application Award of American Statistical Association has been presented to Miroslav Kárný and his co-authors A. Raftery (University of Washington) and P. Ettler (Compureg s.r.o.). This award recognises "extending Bayesian methods for model uncertainty to temporally evolving systems and showing how these ideas can be successfully applied to solving a challenging problem in a continuous manufacturing system."

2011 Frank Wilcoxon Prize has been given to Adrian Raftery, Miroslav Kárný, and Pavel Ettler.

Miroslav Kárný and his co-authors A.Raftery (University of Washington) and P.Ettler (Compureg s.r.o.) were selected to receive the Frank Wilcoxon Prize for their paper: “Online prediction under model uncertainty via dynamic model averaging: application to a cold rolling mill” that appeared in the February 2010 issue of Technometrics. The Wilcoxon Prize is given to the best practical application paper appearing in the previous year's Technometrics.

Journals available in printed form

A list of printed journals and available years you can find in the attachement.

Catalogues

Catalogue of the UTIA library - search in the library system Aleph 500.

Catalogue of the ASCR - seach in all libraries of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

NIPS Workshop Decision Making with Multiple Imperfect Decision Makers

NIPSSierraNevada

more info: www.utia.cz/NIPSHome

You are invited to participate in the NIPS Workshop DECISION MAKING WITH MULTIPLE IMPERFECT DECISION MAKERS in conjunction with the 25th Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems, which is the premier scientific meeting on neural computation.

Library for readers

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Related past NIPS workshops

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