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A commonly occurring problem in reliability testing is how to combine pass/fail test data that is collected from disparate environments. We have worked with colleagues in aerospace engineering for a number of years where two types of test environments in use are ground tests and flight tests....
This paper proposes a dynamic system, with an associated fusion learning inference procedure, to perform real‐time detection and localization of nuclear sources using a network of mobile sensors. This is motivated by the need for a reliable detection system in order to prevent nuclear attacks in...
Missing data are prevalent issue in analyses involving data collection. The problem of missing data is exacerbated for multisource analysis, where data from multiple sensors are combined to arrive at a single conclusion. In this scenario, it is more likely to occur and can lead to discarding a...
Model fusion methods, or more generally ensemble methods, are a useful tool for prediction. Combining predictions from a set of models smooths out biases and reduces variances of predictions from individual models, and hence, the combined predictions typically outperform those from individual...
This article describes statistical analyses pertaining to marketing data from a large multinational pharmaceutical firm. We describe models for monthly new prescription counts that are written by physicians for the firm's focal drug and for competing drugs, as functions of physician‐specific and...
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