Selected TALKS and PRESENTATIONS by John Kern

``Menopausal Symptom Relief with Acupuncture: Modeling Longitudinal Frequency Data'', accepted for presentation at Case Studies in Bayesian Statistics Workshop 7, Carnegie Mellon University, September 11th and 12th, 2003.

``Applied Bayesian Statistical Analyses: From Software Testing to Menopausal Women to Spatial Prediction'', given at Los Alamos National Laboratory, Statistical Sciences Division D-1 Sepaker Series on July 1st, 2003.

``Treatment of Edge Effects in Spatial Data Analysis via Bayesian Markov Field Process Convolution Models'', given at the Joint Statistics Meetings in New York City on August 14th, 2002.

``Bayesian Process Convolution Models for Spatial Data'', given at Carnegie Mellon University Department of Statistics on September 5th, 2001.

``Spatial Modeling via Process Convolutions'', given at the Joint Statistical Meetings in Atlanta on August 8th, 2001.

``A Process Convolution Approach for Modeling Spatial Dependence'', given at Duquesne University Mathematics and Computer Science Department on November 28th, 2000.

``Bayesian Spatial Covariance Estimation'', given at ISDS, Duke University, on November 2nd, 1999.

``HTLV I/II Release C Testing Modification Proposal'', given at Organon Teknika, Durham NC branch, on January 13th, 1999.

``All Models are Wrong, but Some are Useful'', given at Bucknell University Mathematics Department on September 24th, 1998.

``Spatial Moving Average Models'', given at ISDS, Duke University, on April 24th, 1998.

``The Pitman Closeness of a Class of Scaled Estimators'', given at the Joint Statistical Meetings in Chicago on August 7th, 1996.

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