Wulf Albers

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Dilution assays are quantal dose-response assays that detect a positive or negative response in each individual culture within groups of replicate cultures that vary in the dose of cells/organisms tested. We propose three jackknife versions of the maximum likelihood estimator of the unknown parameter, i.e., the frequency of a well-defined cell within the(More)
As a research program, ‘bounded rationality’ aims to understand the actual cognitive processes that humans use to arrive at their behavioral repertoire. The assumptions of bounded rationality depart from the traditional assumptions of omniscient, ‘Laplacean Demons’ with unlimited information, time and processing ability, and instead assume that individuals(More)
A recently described design method for one-parameter biomedical models such as limiting or serial dilution assays is generalized to two-parameter models for which the dose-response relationship can be expressed as a linear regression model with parameters alpha (intercept) and beta (slope). Design formulae are proposed for three different cases in which(More)
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