By George Box (auth.), Professor Dr. Albert Prat (eds.)
COMPSTAT symposia were held on a regular basis on account that 1974 once they begun in Vienna. this custom has made COMPSTAT an important discussion board for the interaction of data and machine sciences with contributions from many renowned scientists around the world. The medical programme of COMPSTAT '96 covers all points of this interaction, from user-experiences and overview of software program in the course of the improvement and implementation of recent statistical rules. All papers awarded belong to 1 of the 3 following different types: - Statistical equipment (preferable new ones) that require a considerable use of computing; - machine environments, instruments and software program worthwhile in records; - purposes of computational information in parts of considerable curiosity (environment, health and wellbeing, undefined, biometrics, etc.).
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COMPSTAT: Proceedings in Computational Statistics 12th Symposium held in Barcelona, Spain, 1996 by George Box (auth.), Professor Dr. Albert Prat (eds.)