Yasuo Amemiya

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Iowa State University, Ames, IA, United States 
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Wall MM, Guo J, Amemiya Y. (2012) Mixture Factor Analysis for Approximating a Nonnormally Distributed Continuous Latent Factor With Continuous and Dichotomous Observed Variables. Multivariate Behavioral Research. 47: 276-313
Haaland B, Min W, Qian PZ, et al. (2010) A Statistical Approach to Thermal Management of Data Centers Under Steady State and System Perturbations. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 105: 1030-1041
Raykov T, Amemiya Y. (2008) Testing time-invariance of variable specificity in repeated measure designs using structural equation modeling Structural Equation Modeling. 15: 449-461
Wall MM, Amemiya Y. (2007) Nonlinear Structural Equation Modeling as a Statistical Method Handbook of Latent Variable and Related Models. 321-343
Eickhoff JC, Amemiya Y. (2005) Latent variable models for misclassified polytomous outcome variables. The British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology. 58: 359-75
Papadopoulos S, Amemiya Y. (2005) Correlated samples with fixed and nonnormal latent variables Annals of Statistics. 33: 2732-2757
Eickhoff JC, Amemiya Y. (2005) Generalized linear latent variable modeling for multi-group studies Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods. 34: 1991-2008
Eickhoff JC, Zhu J, Amemiya Y. (2004) On the simulation size and the convergence of the Monte Carlo EM algorithm via likelihood-based distances Statistics and Probability Letters. 67: 161-171
Wall MM, Amemiya Y. (2003) A method of moments technique for fitting interaction effects in structural equation models. The British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology. 56: 47-63
Christensen WF, Amemiya Y. (2003) Modeling and prediction for multivariate spatial factor analysis Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference. 115: 543-564
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