Xie, M., Tatsuoka, K., Sacks, J. and Young, S.S. 2001. Group Testing with Blockers and Synergism. Journal of the American Statistical Association. 96, 92-102. (on-line)
Abt, M., Lim, Y, Sacks, J., Xie, M., and Young, S. 2001. A Sequential Approach for Screening Large Chemical Databases. Statistical Sciences. 16, 154-168. (on-line)
Xie, M. 2001. Regression Analysis on Group Testing Samples. Statistics in Medicine. 20, 1957-1969. (on-line)
Zhou, H., Xie, M., Simpson, D.G. and Weinberg, C.R. 2001. A generalized likelihood ratio approach to inferencing the fertility parameters. Sankhya, B. 63, 56-68. (on-line)
White, H., Xie, M., Thompson, W., Stouthamer-Loeber, R., and Stouthamer-Loeber, M. 2001. Psychopathology as a Predictor of Adolescent Drug Use Trajectories. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors. 15, 210-218. (on-line)
Pham, H. and Xie, M. 2002. Development of a General Surveillance Model with Application in Monitoring FAA Repair Stations. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, C.Vol. 32, No. 4, 485-492. (on-line)
Xie, M. and Yang, Y.-N. 2002. Asymptotics for Generalized Estimating Equations with Large Cluster Sizes. The Annals of Statistics. In press. (on-line)
Singh, K. and Xie, M. 2002. Bootlier Plot - Bootstrap Based Outlier Detection Plot. Sankhya. In press. (on-line) [Splus codes for example 3.1 (functions, run)][R codes for example 3.1 (functions, run)]
Xie, M. 2002. Book review on "Design and Analysis of Bioavailability and Bioequivalence Studies" (2nd ed.) by S-C Chow and J-P Liu. Journal of the American Statistical Association. (In press).
Thompson, W., Xie, M. and White, H. 2002. Box-Tidwell and fractional polynomials transformations for longitudinal data. Biostatisti cs. In press. (on-line)
Simpson, D.G, Carroll, R.J., Xie, M. and Schmedieche, H. 1998. Documentation
for categorical regression risk assessment (CatReg). Report to U.S.
EPA, National Center for Environmental Assessment, Research Triangle Park,
Pham, H., Xie, M. and Teng, X. 2001 . Helicopter Reliability Assessment Tool (HRAT). Report to William J. Hughes Technical Center, Federal Aviation Administration. Atlantic City, NJ.