William Q. Meeker

Iowa State University, Ames, IA, United States 
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Victor Chan grad student 2001 Iowa State
Qi Jiang grad student 2006 Iowa State
Yili Hong grad student 2009 Iowa State
Haiming Ma grad student 2009 Iowa State
Chunwang Gao grad student 2010 Iowa State
Brian P. Weaver grad student 2011 Iowa State
Shiyao Liu grad student 2013 Iowa State
Yew M. Koh grad student 2014 Iowa State
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Weaver BP, Meeker WQ. (2020) Bayesian Methods for Planning Accelerated Repeated Measures Degradation Tests Technometrics. 1-10
Xu L, Gotwalt C, Hong Y, et al. (2020) Applications of the Fractional-Random-Weight Bootstrap The American Statistician. 1-21
Yuan M, Hong Y, Escobar LA, et al. (2016) Two-sided tolerance intervals for members of the (log)-location-scale family of distributions Quality Technology and Quantitative Management. 1-19
King C, Hong Y, Meeker WQ. (2016) Product Component Genealogy Modeling and Field-failure Prediction Quality and Reliability Engineering International
Hong Y, Duan Y, Meeker WQ, et al. (2015) Statistical methods for degradation data with dynamic covariates information and an application to outdoor weathering data Technometrics. 57: 180-193
Liu S, Meeker WQ. (2015) Statistical methods for estimating the minimum thickness along a pipeline Technometrics. 57: 164-179
Liu S, Wu H, Meeker WQ. (2015) Understanding and Addressing the Unbounded “Likelihood” Problem American Statistician. 69: 191-200
Li M, Spencer FW, Meeker WQ. (2015) Quantile probability of detection: Distinguishing between uncertainty and variability in nondestructive testing Materials Evaluation. 73: 89-95
Doganaksoy N, Hahn GJ, Meeker WQ. (2015) Reliability upsizing: How to adjust for size effect in product life data analysis Quality Progress. 48: 54-57
Hong Y, Meeker WQ. (2014) Confidence interval procedures for system reliability and applications to competing risks models. Lifetime Data Analysis. 20: 161-84
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