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CSI Special One-Day Meeting
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Julia Blackwell.
CSI Special One-Day Meeting 26th September 2011 jointly organised with the Design and Analysis of Experiments programme Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences.
The programme will consist of approximately 25 talks (each lasting 10 minutes), as well as two poster sessions during the morning and afternoon tea/coffee breaks.
Please see website for further details
This talk is part of the Cambridge Statistics Initiative (CSI) series.
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