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(2020.06.24)Prof. Larry Tang:The Li Shanlan Identity and its argumentative mode on Chinese maths
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Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science, CAS
Colloquia & Seminars

Speaker:

Prof. Larry Tang, Department of Statistics and Data Science &National Center for Forensic Science, University of Central Florida

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Title:
The Li Shanlan Identity and its argumentative mode on Chinese maths
Time & Venue:
2020.06.24 09:00 Tencent meeting 100 443 835
Abstract:
Evaluation and comparison of the accuracy of two diagnostic medical devices have been typically conducted using fixed sample designs. On the other hand, group sequential design as an alternative of the fixed sample designaddresses both cost and ethical concerns in diagnostic trials. In thistalk, Iwill provide anoverview of recentdevelopment on group sequential design methodsusing the receive operating characteristic curve and precision curvein medical diagnostics.


 Larry Tang is an associate professor in the Department of Statistics and Data Science & National Center for Forensic Science, University of Central Florida. His research interests include: forensic statistics, group sequential designs in comparative diagnostic trials, analysis of correlated receiver operating characteristic curves, clinical trial design in personalized medicine; and statistics in criminology. Larry graduated from Southern Methodist University with a Ph.D. in Statistics in May 2005. He was a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Biostatistics at the University of Washington from 2005 to 2007. His research is currently supported by National Institute of Justice and National Institutes of Health Clinical Center.

 

 

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