Statistics Seminars: Computer Models in Health Economics
27 February 2004 14:00 in CM221
"Computer models of physical systems are used in many fields, and the various statistical problems regarding their use, such as consequences of input parameter uncertainty and discrepancies between model predictions and reality have long been of interest to statisticians, in particular those at Durham and Sheffield. In this talk I will introduce a relatively new application area, health economics, and discuss the use of computer models in this field and the methodological challenges that arise. "
University of Sheffield
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