By Muliere P., Petrone S.
His paper seems at a brand new method of the matter of discovering the maximal tolerated dose (or optimum dose, Eichhorn and Zacks, 1973) of sure medications which as well as their healing results have secondary damaging effects.The challenge is investigated in a sequential surroundings from a Bayesian predictive strategy. seek methods are proposed for parametric and nonparametric versions.
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