sequential analysis


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a statistical method that allows an experiment to be ended as soon as a result of desired precision is obtained.
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Wald, Sequential Analysis: Design Methods and Applications, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York; Chapman & Hall, Ltd., London, 1947.
Analyses Explain rationale for analyses of associations between overall measures and-or analyses aimed at identifying response patterns (e.g., lag sequential analysis, T pattern detection and polar coordinate analysis).
Siegmund, Sequential Analysis, Springer Series in Statistics, Springer, New York, NY, USA, 1985.
Moreover, the sequential analysis suggested that when the differences between onset and offset events were reduced, no difference emerged between the sequential modulations of the Simon effect for onset and offset trials.
The new software leverages complex sequential analysis technology that has been developed by Fujitsu Laboratories and performs multifaceted analysis of a wide variety of data in order to discover hidden causal relationships and detect early signs of abnormal circumstances.
Sequential analysis is a methodological tool that allows the study of changes in therapeutic interaction (Lichtenberg & Heck, 1986).
Finally, a sequential analysis was used in order to see how message configurations were developed over time.
of Connecticut-Storrs) and Silva (mathematical and geospatial sciences, RMIT U.-Melbourne) present a textbook on methods of sequential analysis for undergraduate and graduate students, not just of mathematics but of any discipline that uses such statistics.
The sequential analysis test is very much useful to reduce detection time and to reduce misdetection rates.
To go a step further in assessing how transgressors, environmental transgressors in this case, account for their illegal behavior, it is necessary to use a different approach, such as that underlying sequential analysis.
CMC forum analysis methods can be categorized as: quantitative (e.g., descriptive statistics), qualitative content analysis, user-classified forum content via constrained CMC forums, and sequential analysis that combines both quantitative and qualitative methods.
Hence, various methodological applications were conducted to define the needs, problems, and future visions of the camp's inhabitants, such as, grounded theory, theoretical sampling and sequential analysis. Tailor-made strategies were developed upon the determined needs.

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