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Matching is a powerful statistical tool in design and analysis. Conventional two-group, or bipartite, matching has been widely used in practice. However, its utility is limited to simpler designs. In contrast, nonbipartite matching is not limited to the two-group case, handling multiparty matching situations. It can be used to find the set of matches that(More)
Let X | µ ∼ N p (µ, v x I) and Y | µ ∼ N p (µ, v y I) be independent p-dimensional multivariate normal vectors with common unknown mean µ, and let p(x|µ) and p(y|µ) denote the conditional densities of X and Y. Based on only observing X = x, we consider the problem of obtaining a predictive distributionˆp(y |x) for Y that is close to p(y |µ) as measured by(More)
Let X|µ ∼ N p (µ, v x I) and Y |µ ∼ N p (µ, v y I) be independent p-dimensional multivariate normal vectors with common unknown mean µ. Based on only observing X = x, we consider the problem of obtaining a predic-tive densityˆp(y|x) for Y that is close to p(y|µ) as measured by expected Kullback–Leibler loss. A natural procedure for this problem is the(More)
— The achievable throughput of the entire cellular area is investigated, when employing fractional frequency reuse techniques in conjunction with realistically modelled imperfect optical fibre aided distributed antenna systems (DAS) operating in a multicell multiuser scenario. Given a fixed total transmit power, a substantial improvement of the cell-edge(More)
Let X|μ ∼ N p (μ, v x I) and Y |μ ∼ N p (μ, v y I) be independent p-dimensional multivariate normal vectors with common unknown mean μ. Based on observing X = x, we consider the problem of estimating the true predictive density p(y|μ) of Y under expected Kullback–Leibler loss. Our focus here is the characterization of admissible procedures for this problem.(More)
China has the highest global incidence of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS), constituting 90% of the cases in the world. Chongqing, located in the Three Gorges Reservoir Region, has been experiencing differences in the occurrence of HFRS from 1997 to 2008. The current study was designed to explore the effects of climate and rodent factors on the(More)
— The achievable throughput of the entire cellular area is investigated, when employing fractional frequency reuse techniques in conjunction with realistically modelled imperfect optical fibre aided distributed antenna systems (DAS). Given a fixed total transmit power, a substantial improvement of the cell-edge area's throughput can be achieved without(More)