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Search Publications by Hariharan K. Iyer

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Combinatorial Cassettes for Higher-Throughput Screening of Osteogenesis

Author(s)
Carl G. Simon Jr., Subhadip Bodhak, Hariharan K. Iyer, Luis Fernandez de Castro Diaz, Pam Robey, Azusa Maeda, Sergei Kuznetsov
Animal models are the most biologically relevant method for measuring the osteogenic capability of bone graft formulations. However, animal experiments are slow

Pivotal Methods in the Propagation of Distributions

Author(s)
Chih-Ming Wang, Jan Hannig, Hariharan K. Iyer
We propose a method for assigning a probability distribution to an input quantity. The distribution is used in the Monte Carlo method for uncertainty evaluation

Fiducial Prediction Intervals

Author(s)
Chih-Ming Wang, Jan Hannig, Hariharan K. Iyer
This paper presents an approach for constructing prediction intervals for any given distribution. The approach is based on the principle of fiducial inference

On Non-Linear Estimation of a Measurand

Author(s)
Chih-Ming Wang, Hariharan K. Iyer
We consider an estimation problem described in the Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement (GUM). The problem is concerned with estimating a

On Multiple-Method Studies

Author(s)
Chih-Ming Wang, Hariharan K. Iyer
In this paper we review statistical models that describe measurements from a multiple-method study such as in the development of a reference material. We also

On interchangeability of two laboratories

Author(s)
Chih-Ming Wang, Hariharan K. Iyer
This paper proposes a measure for assessing the degree of equivalence between the two laboratories in a key comparison. The measure is called asymmetric degree