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Awards

JSM Presentation Award Winners

2005

A total of 48 contributed papers entered the 2005 competition, with the award for best overall presentation being given to Heather Turner, Research Fellow at the Department of Statistics, University of Warwick, UK, (jointly with David Firth, from the same department) for the paper "Multiplicative Interaction Models in R" in the session "Algorithms and Software"

2004

Best Contributed Paper Award

  • Jing Wang, Assistant Professor at the Department of Experimental Statistics, Louisiana State University
    A Numerical Method for the MLE of an NLMM

2003

Best Contributed Paper Award

  • Samuel L. Buttrey, Naval Postgraduate School and Dept. of Operations Research
    On Strength and Correlation in Random Forests (co-authored with Izumi Kobayashi)

2002

Best Contributed Paper Award

  • Jim Booth, Professor at the Department of Statistics, University of Florida
    Empirical Sup Rejection Sampling (co-authored with Brian Caffo and Anthony Davison)

2001

Presentation Award

  • James D. Servidea, a graduate student at the University of Chicago.
    Keeping Flies Out of the Ointment: Dealing with Dependence in Bridge Sampling

2000

Best Contributed Paper Award

  • Herbie Lee, David Higdon, Marco Ferreira, and Mike West, Institute of Statistics and Decision Sciences, Duke University
    Markov Random Field Models for High-Dimensional Parameters in Simulations of Fluid Flow in Porous Media

Presentation Award

  • Dr. Murray Smith, Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics, University of Sydney
    mathStatica: Mathematical Statistics with Mathematica

1999

Best Contributed Paper Award(s)

  • Christopher Raphael, University of Massachusets
    A Probabilistic Expert System for Automatic Musical Accompaniment
  • Jennifer Pittman, Pennsylvania State University
    Adaptive Splines and Genetic Algorithms
    (Honorable Mention)

Presentation Award

  • Prof. Ronald Randles, Department of Statistics, University of Florida
    A Simpler, Affine-Invariant Multivariate Distribution-Free Sign Test
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