## Applied Statistics at the Leading EdgeComputers have taken a permanent place in almost every human endeavour in the last 20 years. This infiltration requires a learning process on the part of the people utilising them and realising where and how they can be best used beyond the basic and obvious applications. Statistics is an example of their application in many diverse fields to reach conclusions and make projections never before possible. Beyond this, applied statistics is rapidly becoming not only an instrument, but an integral part of the advance of knowledge. There are many fields such as medicine, biology, weather prediction, military planning, and many others where the statistical studies are essential before the next step can be taken. This book gathers together the latest research in this dynamic and link field. |

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### Contents

A New Approach to Analysing Caries Clinical Trials | 15 |

Testing the Hypothesis that a Point Process Has | 39 |

XSingly Linked Block Designs Through NonAdaptive Hypergeometric Group | 57 |

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