Revistes Catalanes amb Accés Obert (RACO)

SORT-Statistics and Operations Research Transactions

Online ISSN: 2013-8830

Print ISSN: 1696-2281

SORT (Statistics and Operations Research Transactions) —formerly Qüestiió— is an international journal launched in 2003. It is published twice-yearly, in English, by the Statistical Institute of Catalonia (Idescat). The journal is co-edited by the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Universitat de Barcelona, Universitat Autonòma de Barcelona, Universitat de Girona, Universitat Pompeu Fabra i Universitat de Lleida, with the co-operation of the Spanish Section of the International Biometric Society and the Catalan Statistical Society. SORT promotes the publication of original articles of a methodological or applied nature or motivated by an applied problem in statistics, operations research, official statistics or biometrics as well as book reviews. We encourage authors to include an example of a real data set in their manuscripts.

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Hierarchical models with normal and conjugate random effects: a review (p. 191-254)
Geert Molenberghs, Geert Verbeke, Clarice G.B. Demétrio
A bivariate response model for studying the marks obtained in two jointly-dependent modules in higher education (p. 255-276)
Emilio Gómez-Déniz, Nancy Dávila Cárdenes, María D. García Artiles
Bayesian hierarchical models for analysing the spatial distribution of bioclimatic indices (p. 277-296)
Xavier Barber, David Conesa, Antonio Lopez-Quílez, Asuncion Mayoral, Javier Morales, Antoni Barber
The Pareto IV power series cure rate model with applications (p. 297-318)
Diego I. Gallardo, Yolanda M. Gómez, Barry C. Arnold, Héctor W. Gómez
Estimating regional social accounting matrices to analyse rural development (p. 319-346)
Alfredo Mainar-Causapé, José Manuel Rueda Cantuche, M. Alejandro Cardenete, Patricia Fuentes-Saguar, M. Carmen Delgado, Fabien Santini, Sergio Gómez y Paloma
Joint models for longitudinal counts and left-truncated time-to event data with applications to health insurance (p. 347-372)
Xavier Piulachs, Ramon Alemany, Montserrat Guillén, Dimitris Rizopoulos
Statistical and machine learning approaches for the minimization of trigger errors in parametric earthquake catastrophe bonds (p. 373-392)
Laura Calvet, Madeleine Lopeman, Jésica de Armas, Guillermo Franco, Angel A. Juan
Horizontal collaboration in freight transport: concepts, benefits and environmental challenges (p. 393-414)
Adrián Serrano-Hernández, Angel A. Juan, Javier Faulin, Elena Perez-Bernabeu