Internet Accessible Publications:

    Empirical Likelihood
    Bartlett Corrections for Empirical Goodness of Fit This is an expansion of the technical report of DiCiccio, Hall and Romano where they derive the Bartlett correction for empirical likelihood. The expansion involves replacing the empirical likelihood statistic with a more general criterion based on the Cressie-Read power-divergence statistic. It is shown that empirical likelihood is the only member of this family which is Bartlett correctable. This is technical report LA-UR-95-2790, Los Alamos National Laboratory.

    Monte Carlo
    Adaptive Importance Sampling on Discrete Markov Chains, with Craig Kollman, Dennis Cox, and Rick Picard, to appear in Annals of Applied Probability.

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