
Seventh International Workshop on Statistical Modelling, Munich 1992, Proceedings
Ludwig Fahrmeir, Brian Francis, Robert Gilchrist, Gerhard Tutz (Eds.)
Advances in GLIM and Statistical Modelling. Proceedings of the GLIM92 Conference and the Seventh International Workshop on Statistical Modelling, Munich, 1317 July, 1992
(Lecture Notes in Statistics, Volume 78) New York: SpringerVerlag 1992. ISBN 0387878739 ISBN 3540878739
Contents
Papers Presented in the GLIM Working Party Session
 R. Gilchrist and C. Payne
 The new facilities of GLIM4
 B. Francis, M. Green and M. Clarke
 Model fitting applications in GLIM4
 A. Swan and B. Francis
 Medical applications in GLIM4
Invited and Contributed Papers
 G. Arminger
 Residuals and influential points in mean structures estimated with pseudo maximum likelihood methods
 D.M. Berridge
 Fitting the continuation ratio model using GLIM4
 L. Brecht
 A new approach for the analysis of multiepisode duration data
 R.J. Caroll
 Approaches to estimation with errors in predictors
 R. Colombi
 The frontit model: a stochastic frontier for dichotomic random variables
 N. Crichton and J. Hinde
 Investigation of an ordered logistic model for consumer debt
 C. Czado
 On link selection in generalized linear models
 E. Dietz
 Estimation of heterogeneity  a GLMapproach
 P.H.C. Eilers and B.D. Marx
 Generalized linear models with Psplines
 P.D. England and R.J. Verall
 Modelling excess mortality of diabetics: generalized linear models and dynamic estimation
 L. Fahrmeir, W. Hennevogl and K. Klemme
 Smoothing in dynamic generalized linear models by Gibbs sampling
 D. Firth
 Bias reduction, the Jeffreys prior and GLIM
 S. FrühwirthSchnatter
 Approximate predictive integrals for dynamic generalized linear models
 P. Giudici and C. Carota
 Symmetric interaction models to study innovation processes in the software industry
 A. Göttlein and H. Pruscha
 Ordinal time series models with application to forest damage data
 J. Hinde
 Choosing between nonnested models: a simulation approach
 P.G.M. van der Heijden and W. Jansen
 A class of models for the simultaneous analysis of square contingency tables
 L. Milan and J. Whittaker
 Estimation of the parameters of the bilinear association model using the Gibbs sampler
 G. Molenberghs and E. Lesaffre
 Marginal modelling of correlated ordinal data using an nway Plackett distribution
 W.G. Müller
 The evaluation of bank accounts using optimized moving local regression
 W. Oberhofer and K. Haagen
 Common factor model: stochastic model, data analysis technique or what?
 A.C. Ponce de Leon and A.C. Atkinson
 The design of experiments to discriminate between two rival generalized linear models
 K.L.Q. Read and E.R.S. Issa
 A changepoint model for infant survival in the British births survey
 A.E. Renshaw
 The construction of life and other actuarial graduated tables using GLIM
 C. Robertson
 Ageperiodcohort models: a comparison of methods
 G. Ronning and R.C. Jung
 Estimation of a first order autoregressive process with Poisson marginals for count data
 G.U.H. Seeber
 Saddlepoint approximations for generalized linear models: a gentle introduction
 R. Winkelmann and K.F. Zimmermann
 Robust Poisson regression
 S. Mittnik and B. Mizrach
 Parametric and seminonparametric analysis of nonlinear time series
 W.K. Härdle and B.A. Turlach
 Nonparametric approaches to generalized linear models

