Quality & Quantity (2005) 39: 839–842 Volume 39 No. 1 February 2005 VIDAL DIAZ DE RADA / The Eﬀect of Follow-up Mailings on The Response Rate and Response Quality in Mail Surveys 1–18 TAMAS RUDAS / Mixture Models of Missing Data 19–36 GEBRENEGUS GHILAGABER / Incompatibility Between Hazard- and Logistic-Regression in Modeling Survival Data with Multiple Causes of Failure 37–44 JOSE-LUIS GAVIRIA / Increase in Precision when Estimating Parameters in Computer Assisted Testing Using Response Time 45–69 GEBRENEGUS GHILAGABER / The Extended Generalized Gamma Model and its Special Cases: Applications to Modeling Marriage Durations 71–85 MANUEL ATO, ESTER ATO and JUAN GOMEZ / Analyzing Change Among Developmental Stages with Categorical Models 87–108 Research Notes CHUNG-HO CHEN and CHAO-YU CHOU / Determining a One-sided Optimum Speciﬁcation Limit under the Linear Quality Loss Function 109–117 CHUNG-HO CHEN and CHAO-YU CHOU / Determining the Optimum Process Mean under a Log-normal Distribution 119–124 Volume 39 No. 2 April 2005 CHIH-CHIEN YANG, CHIH-CHIANG YANG and KUANG-HUI YEH / Ecological-Inference-Based Latent Growth Models: Modeling Changes of Alienation 125–135 FRANS M. VAN EIJNATTEN and LIEUWE DIJKSTRA / Improvement and Transfer of Practice-directed Knowledge 137–154 840 CONTENTS OF VOLUME BEN PELZER, ROB EISINGA and PHILIP HANS FRANSES
Quality & Quantity – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 1, 2005
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