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A Comparison of the Performances of Procedures for Selecting the Normal Population Having the Largest Mean when the Variances are Known and Equal
Bechhofer, R.; Goldsman, D. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 198805)A Comparison of the Performances of Procedures for Selecting the Normal Population Having the Largest Mean when the Variances are Known and Equal 
On the RameyAlam Sequential Procedure for Selecting the Multinomial Event which has the Largest Probability
Bechhofer, R.; Goldsman, D. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 198411)On the RameyAlam Sequential Procedure for Selecting the Multinomial Event which has the Largest Probability 
Sequential Selection Procedures for Multifactor Experiments Involving KoopmanDarmois Populations with Additivity
Bechhofer, R.; Goldsman, D. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 198607)Sequential Selection Procedures for Multifactor Experiments Involving KoopmanDarmois Populations with Additivity 
A SingleStage Selection Procedure for MultiFactor Multinomial Experiments with Multiplicativity
Bechhofer, R.; Goldsman, D.; Jennison, C. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 198807)A SingleStage Selection Procedure for MultiFactor Multinomial Experiments with Multiplicativity 
Study of the performance of a generalized Paulson sequential selection procedure for twofactor experiments involving normal populations with common known variance and no factorlevel interaction
Bechhofer, R.; Goldsman, D.; Hartmann, M. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 199105)Study of the performance of a generalized Paulson sequential selection procedure for twofactor experiments involving normal populations with common known variance and no factorlevel interaction 
Truncation of the BechhoferKieferSobel Sequential Procedure for Selecting the Multinomial Event which has the Largest Probability
Bechhofer, R.; Goldsman, D. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 198501)Truncation of the BechhoferKieferSobel Sequential Procedure for Selecting the Multinomial Event which has the Largest Probability 
Truncation of the BechhoferKieferSobel Sequential Procedure for Selecting the Multinomial Event which has the Largest Probability (II): Extended Tables and an Improved Procedure
Bechhofer, R.; Goldsman, D. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 198602)Truncation of the BechhoferKieferSobel Sequential Procedure for Selecting the Multinomial Event which has the Largest Probability (II): Extended Tables and an Improved Procedure 
Truncation of the BechhoferKieferSobel Sequential Procedure for Selecting the Normal Population which ahs the Largest Mean
Bechhofer, R.; Goldsman, D. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 198707)Truncation of the BechhoferKieferSobel Sequential Procedure for Selecting the Normal Population which ahs the Largest Mean 
Truncation of the BechhoferKieferSobel Sequential Procedure for Selecting the Normal Population which has the Largest Mean (II): 2Factor Experiments With Additivity
Bechhofer, R.; Goldsman, D. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 198709)Truncation of the BechhoferKieferSobel Sequential Procedure for Selecting the Normal Population which has the Largest Mean (II): 2Factor Experiments With Additivity 
Truncation of the BechhoferKieferSobel Sequential Procedure for Selecting the Normal Population which has the Largest Mean (III): Supplementary Truncation Numbers and Resulting Performance Characteristics
Bechhofer, R.; Goldsman, D. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 198809)Truncation of the BechhoferKieferSobel Sequential Procedure for Selecting the Normal Population which has the Largest Mean (III): Supplementary Truncation Numbers and Resulting Performance Characteristics