- Chin-Shang Li, Daniel Hunt:
**Regression splines for threshold selection with application to a random-effects logistic dose-response model.**1-9

- Lars Eldén:
**Partial least-squares vs. Lanczos bidiagonalization - I: analysis of a projection method for multiple regression.**11-31

- Xiaoming Huo, Jye-Chyi Lu:
**A network flow approach in finding maximum likelihood estimate of high concentration regions.**33-56

- Richard J. Bolton, David J. Hand, Martin Crowder:
**Significance tests for unsupervised pattern discovery in large continuous multivariate data sets.**57-79

- Marco Marozzi:
**A bi-aspect nonparametric test for the multi-sample location problem.**81-92

- David J. Olive:
**A resistant estimator of multivariate location and dispersion.**93-102

- Ali Gannoun, Stéphane Girard, Christiane Guinot, Jérôme Saracco:
**Sliced inverse regression in reference curves estimation.**103-122

- Michael Sherman, Edward Carlstein:
**Confidence intervals based on estimators with unknown rates of convergence.**123-139

- C. C. Taylor, A. Zempléni:
**Chain plot: a tool for exploiting bivariate temporal structures.**141-153

- Myrtille Vivien, Robert Sabatier:
**A generalization of STATIS-ACT strategy: DO-ACT for two multiblocks tables.**155-171

- Janette F. Walde, G. Tappeiner, U. Tappeiner, E. Tasser, H. W. Holub:
**Statistical aspects of multilayer perceptrons under data limitations.**173-188

- W. Liu, P. N. Somerville:
**Stepwise multiple tests for successive comparisons of treatment effects.**189-199

- Shinichi Kawai:
**Approximation of some moments in eigenvalue problem including some random variables and its application.**201-212

- Chih-Ping Chou, Dongyun Yang, Mary Ann Pentz, Yih-Ing Hser:
**Piecewise growth curve modeling approach for longitudinal prevention study.**213-225

- Pierre Duchesne:
**On robust testing for conditional heteroscedasticity in time series models.**227-256

- Raymond N. Greenwell, Stephen J. Finch:
**Randomized rejection procedure for the two-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov statistic.**257-267

- Ivan Kojadinovic:
**Agglomerative hierarchical clustering of continuous variables based on mutual information.**269-294

- Iain Pardoe:
**Model assessment plots for multilevel logistic regression.**295-307

- Walter W. Piegorsch:
**Sample sizes for improved binomial confidence intervals.**309-316

- Quanxi Shao, Wai-Cheung Ip, Heung Wong:
**Determination of embedded distributions.**317-334

- Wen Hsiang Wei:
**Derivatives diagnostics and robustness for smoothing splines.**335-356

- Paul S. Horn, Douglas A. Wolfe:
**A rank-based goodness-of-fit approach to testing for non-additivity in the two-way layout with no replications.**357-376

- Josef Högel, Martina Kron:
**Comparison of conditional power criteria for early termination of clinical trials.**377-395

- Steen Magnussen:
**An algorithm for generating positively correlated Beta-distributed random variables with known marginal distributions and a specified correlation.**397-406

- Danh V. Nguyen, David M. Rocke:
**On partial least squares dimension reduction for microarray-based classification: a simulation study.**407-425

- Cora J. M. Maas, J. J. Joop J. Hox:
**The influence of violations of assumptions on multilevel parameter estimates and their standard errors.**427-440

- Hideo Kozumi:
**Posterior analysis of latent competing risk models by parallel tempering.**441-458

- T. K. Tak K. Mak:
**Estimating variances for all sample sizes by the bootstrap.**459-467

- J. M. Muñoz-Pichardo, A. Enguix-González, Joaquín Muñoz-García, Antonio Pascual-Acosta:
**The Frèchet's metric as a measure of influence in multivariate linear models with random errors elliptically distributed.**469-491

- Andrea Mercatanti:
**Analyzing a randomized experiment with imperfect compliance and ignorable conditions for missing data: theoretical and computational issues.**493-509

- Viviana Giampaoli, J. M. Julio da Motta Singer:
**Comparison of two normal populations with restricted means.**511-529

- Grace Montepiedra, A. B. Arthur B. Yeh:
**Two-stage designs for identification and estimation of polynomial models.**531-546

- Felix Famoye, Weiren Wang:
**Censored generalized Poisson regression model.**547-560

- C. Caroni, V. Karioti:
**Detecting an innovative outlier in a set of time series.**561-570

- UshaUsha Govindarajulu, Lisa Sullivan, Ralph B. D'Agostino:
**SAS macros for confidence interval estimation for CHD risk prediction by different survival models.**571-592

- Hossein Mansouri, Carrie Shaw:
**Nonparametric multiple comparison procedures for ordered parameters in balanced incomplete blocks.**593-604

- Paul J. Maiste, B. S. Bruce S. Weir:
**Optimal testing strategies for large, sparse multinomial models.**605-620

- C. G. Chul Gyu Park:
**Construction of random vectors of heterogeneous component variables under specified correlation structures.**621-630

- Inyoung Kim, Noah Cohen:
**Semiparametric and nonparametric modeling for effect modification in matched studies.**631-643

- Egmar Rödel, Wolfgang Kössler:
**Linear rank tests for independence in bivariate distributions - power comparisons by simulation.**645-660

- Jian Tao, Ning-Zhong Shi, S.-Y. Sik-Yum Lee:
**Drug risk assessment with determining the number of sub-populations under finite mixture normal models.**661-676

- John A. Randal, Peter J. Thomson:
**Maximum likelihood estimation for Tukey's three corners.**677-687

- Bjørn-Helge Mevik:
**Assessing the performance of classifiers when classes arise from a continuum.**689-705

- M. Y. El-Bassiouni, H. A. Charif:
**Testing a null variance ratio in mixed models with zero degrees of freedom for error.**707-719

- Lieven Tack, Martina Vandebroek:
**Trend-resistant and cost-efficient cross-over designs for mixed models.**721-746

- Zhiyu Ge, Peter J. Bickel, John A. Rice:
**An approximate likelihood approach to nonlinear mixed effects models via spline approximation.**747-776

- Gerhard Tutz:
**Generalized semiparametrically structured mixed models.**777-800

- Orly Manor, David M. Zucker:
**Small sample inference for the fixed effects in the mixed linear model.**801-817

- Sana S. BuHamra, Noriah M. Al-Kandari, S. E. Ahmed:
**Inference concerning quantile for left truncated and right censored data.**819-831