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Peter Hooper
Peter Hooper
Professor Emeritus

Office: CAB 433
Phone: (780) 492-4239
Fax: (780) 492-6826
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Education
B.Sc. in Mathematics (1974, Carleton University, Canada)
M.Sc. in Statistics (1977, Queen's University, Canada)
Ph.D. in Statistics (1981, The University of Illinois, USA)

Research interests

Statistical learning and applications.


Links to research, teaching, and other pursuits.
Research documents
Teaching documents
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Publications

[1]  Hooper PM & Hewings GJD (1981). Some properties of space-time processes. Geographical Analysis 13:203-223.

[2]  Hooper PM (1982). Sufficiency and invariance in confidence set estimation. The Annals of Statistics 10:549-555.

[3]  Hooper PM (1982). Invariant confidence sets with smallest expected measure. The Annals of Statistics 10:1283-1294. Correction 12:784.

[4]  Hooper PM (1983). Simultaneous interval estimation in the general multivariate analysis of variance model. The Annals of Statistics 11:666-673. Correction 12:785.

[5]  Hooper PM (1984). A conditional property of invariant confidence and prediction regions. The Annals of Statistics 12:745-750.

[6]  Hooper PM (1985). Invariant estimation of functions. The Canadian Journal of Statistics 13:145-154.

[7]  Hooper PM (1986). Invariant prediction regions with smallest expected measure. The Journal of Multivariate Analysis 18:117-126.

[8]  Hooper PM & Yau WK (1986). Optimal confidence regions in GMANOVA. The Canadian Journal of Statistics 14:315-322.

[9]  Hooper PM (1988). Simultaneous estimation and prediction using the expected coverage measure criterion. The Annals of Statistics 16:265-277.

[10]  Hooper PM & Thorisson H (1988). On killed processes and stopped filtrations. Stochastic Analysis and Applications 6:389-395.

[11]  Hooper PM (1989). Experimental randomization and the validity of normal-theory inference. Journal of the American Statistical Association 84:576-586.

[12]  Hooper PM (1989). Minimaxity of randomized optimal designs. The Annals of Statistics 17:1315-1324.

[13]  Hooper HR, McEwan AJ, Lentle BC, Kotchon TL & Hooper, PM (1990). Interactive three dimensional region of interest analysis of HM-PAO SPECT brain studies. The Journal of Nuclear Medicine 31:2046-2051.

[14]  Hooper PM (1993). Nearly orthogonal randomized designs. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B 55:221-236.

[15]  Hooper PM (1993). Iterative weighted least squares estimation in heteroscedastic linear models. Journal of the American Statistical Association 88:179-184.

[16]  Tan HK, Wolfaardt JF, Hooper PM & Busby B (1993). Effects of disinfecting irreversible hydrocolloid impressions on the resultant gypsum casts: Part I - Surface quality. The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry 69:250-257.

[17]  Tan HK, Hooper PM, Buttar IA & Wolfaardt JF (1993). Effects of disinfecting irreversible hydrocolloid impressions on the resultant gypsum casts: Part II - Dimensional changes. The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry 70:532-537.

[18]  Yacoub WR, Thomson ABR, Sherbaniuk RW, Hooper PM & Jewell LD (1994). Positive correlation between normal serum gastrin concentrations and antral and duodenal G cells. The Canadian Journal of Gastroenterology 8:235-238.

[19]  Tan HK, Hooper PM & Baergen CG (1996). Variablility in the shape of maxillary vestibular impressions recorded with modeling plastic and a polyether impression material. The International Journal of Prosthodontics 9:280-289.

[20]  Yacoub WR, Thomson ABR, Hooper PM & Jewell LD (1996). Lack of effect of H2-receptor antagonists and antacids on the gastric and duodenal gastrin-, somatostatin-, and serotonin-producing cells in patients with acid peptic disorders. The Canadian Journal of Gastroenterology 10:255-259.

[21]  Hooper PM & Yang Z (1997). Confidence intervals following Box-Cox transformation. The Canadian Journal of Statistics 25:401-416.

[22]  Hooper PM (1999). Reference point logistic classification. The Journal of Classification 16:91-116.

[23]  Hooper PM, Zhang H & Wishart DS (2000). Prediction of genetic structure in eukaryotic DNA using reference point logistic regression and sequence alignment. Bioinformatics 16:425-438.

[24]  Hooper PM (2001). Reference point logistic regression and the identification of DNA functional sites. The Journal of Classification 18:81-107.

[25]  Hooper PM (2001). Flexible regression modeling with adaptive logistic basis functions (with discussion). The Canadian Journal of Statistics 29:343-378.

[26]  Van Allen T, Greiner R & Hooper PM (2001). Bayesian error-bars for belief net inference. Proceedings of the Seventeenth Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence (UAI-01), Seattle: 522-529.

[27]  Hooper PM, Mayes DC & Demianczuk NN (2002). A model for foetal growth and diagnosis of intrauterine growth restriction. Statistics in Medicine 21:95-112.

[28]  Hooper PM (2002). Comment on "Box-Cox transformations in linear models: large sample theory and tests of normality'' by G Chen, RA Lockhart & MA Stephens. The Canadian Journal of Statistics 30:220-221.

[29]  Hooper PM (2004). Dependent Dirichlet priors and optimal linear estimators for belief net parameters. Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence: Proceedings of the Twentieth Conference (UAI-04), eds M Chickering & J Halpern, AUAI Press: 251-259.

[30]  Huang JQ, Hooper PM & Marrie TJ (2006). Factors associated with length of stay in hospital for suspected community-acquired pneumonia. Canadian Respiratory Journal 13:317-324.

[31]  Hooper PM (2007). Period analysis of variable stars: temporal dependence and local optima. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 51:6070-6083.

[32]  Van Allen T, Singh A, Greiner R & Hooper P (2008). Quantifying the uncertainty of a belief net response: Bayesian error-bars for belief net inference. Artificial Intelligence, 172:483-513.

[33]  Hooper PM (2008). Exact distribution theory for belief net responses. Bayesian Analysis, 3:615-624.

[34]  Hooper P, Abbasi-Yadkori Y, Greiner R & Hoehn B (2009). Improved mean and variance approximations for belief net responses via network doubling. Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence: Proceedings of the Twenty Fifth Conference (UAI-09).

[35]  McQueen RH, Batcheller JC, Olsen SE, & Hooper P (2012). Effect of washing and drying on liquid moisture transport properties for knit fabrics. AATCC Review, 12(1):71-79.

[36]  McQueen RH, Batcheller JC, Mah T, & Hooper PM (2013). Development of a protocol to assess fabric suitability for testing liquid moisture transport properties. Journal of the Textile Institute, 1-6. doi: 10.1080/00405000.2013.764755.


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