DAY 4 - Thursday, 22 August 2019

SIPS A4.00-A4.05

Organiser: Walter Piegorsh
Chair: Noel Cressie
Remote effects spatial process models for modelling teleconnections
Joshua Hewitt, Colorado State University, USA
Organiser: Kirsten West
Chair & Discussant: John Waldon
JIAOS special edition on measuring indigenous identification - next steps
Michele Connolly, International Group on Indigenous Health Measurements
Update on IAOS working group on international indigenous statistics Richard Madden, University of Sydney
Organiser: Manfred Borovnick
Chair: David Stern
Discussant: Ayse Aysin Bilgin
My experience as editor-in-chief of a journal
Fabrizio Ruggeri, Italian National Research Council Milano
• Manfred Borovnick, University of Klagenfurt, Austria
• Theodosia Prodromou, University of New England
• Eric Sowey, The University of New South Wales, Australia
Organiser & Chair: Helen Macgillivray
Discussants: Márcia D. Branco, Marc G. Genton
Some formulations of flexible statistical models
Reinaldo B. Arellano Valle, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Organiser: Mark Podolskij
Chair: Susan Murphy
On beneficial ways to combine clustering and hypothesis testing
Michael Newton, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Organiser: ISM/UM
Chair: Ibrahim Mohamed
International networking – A necessity for Malaysian researchers? UM experience
Nor Aishah Hamzah, University of Malaya
Promotion of statistical research and engagement in developing countries – Role of international and regional organisation
Shahjahan Khan, University of Southern Queensland, Australia
Developing statistics in developing countries
Sophie Dabo-Niang, University of Charles de Gaulle, Lille 3, France

SIPS B4.01-B4.02

Organiser: Risto Lehtonen
Chair: Peter Lynn
Discussant: Pedro Luis Do Nascimento Silva
Supplementing small probability samples with nonprobability samples: A Bayesian approach
Diego Andres Perez Ruiz, University of Manchester, UK
International program in survey and data science: an environment for training and cooperation
Frauke Kreuter, University of Maryland & University of Mannheim
Organiser: Helen Macgillivray
Chair: Gemma Vanhalderen
Fusing multiple existing space-time categorical land cover datasets to model dissolved organic matter in rocky mountain streams
Amanda S. Hering, (TIES Abdel El-Sharaawi Early Investigator Award), Baylor University, Waco, Texas, USA
Detecting geographical differencing problems in the context of spatial data dissemination
Vianney Costemalle (IAOS YS Award), French National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies
Using predicted response propensity scores with the random forests method to direct a responsive intensive follow up strategy
Summer Wang (ABS Ys Winners)

IPS B4.03-B4.15

Organiser & Chair: Adrian Franco Barrios
Discussants: Luis Rivera Galicia, Adrián Franco
The integrated system on VAW in Italy: measuring, communicating and using VAW data
Maria Giuseppina Muratore, Italian National Institute for Statistics (ISTAT)
How to measure shelters and specialized services to support victims of violence
Roberta Crialesi, Italian National Institute for Statistics (ISTAT)
Gender-based and intimate partner violence against women in Spain
Luis F. Rivera-Galicia, University of Alcala, Spain
Organiser & Chair: Michael G. Schimek
Research synthesis of rare count outcome data arising from several sources
Dankmar Boehning, University of Southampton, UK
Data integration of unbalanced social media and survey information via calibration
Luciana Dalla Valle, Plymouth University, UK
Nonparametric mean estimation for big-but-biased data
Ricardo José Cao Abad, Universidade da Coruña, Spain
Integrative big data models for precision medicine
Veera Baladandayuthapani, University of Michigan, USA
Organiser & Chair & Discussant: Regina Nuzzo
Discussant: Andreas Vasilios Georgiou
Communicating controversial results to the public
Jessica Utts, University of California – Irvine, USA
The view from inside the newsroom
Robert Cuffe, BBC, UK
• Andreas Vasilios Georgiou, Amherst College, USA
Organiser: Eduardo Barredo Capelot
Chair: Kok Mun Yee
Discussant: Shaufique F. Sidique
Quality statistics as a trusted source of Information
Nicola Shearman, UK Statistics Authority
Organization of statistical agencies in the United States
Wendy L Martinez, U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics
Governance models and their impact on quality in the statistical system
Klajd Shuka, Institute of Statistics Albania (INSTAT)
The balance between governance support needed and influence avoided; The case of population censuses in developing countries
Jean Michel Durr, INSEE, France
Organiser & Chair: Seng Huat Ong
Universal and efficient tests for analysis of mean direction vectors
Ashis Sengupta, Indian Statisticai Institute
Möbius transformation and a Cauchy family on the sphere
Shogo Kato, Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo, Japan
Generating function based estimation for a family of circular distributions
Choung Min Ng, Institute of Mathematical Sciences, University of Malaya
Sine-correlated distribution on the torus
Tomoaki Imoto, University of Shizuoka, Japan
Organiser: Girish Chandra
Chair: Xinlei (Sherry) Wang
Unbalanced ranked set sampling in cluster randomized studies
Johan Lim, Seoul National University, South Korea
Improved nonparametric estimation using partially ordered sets
Xinlei (Sherry) Wang, Department of Statistical Science, Southern Methodist University
Ranked set sampling in survival analysis
Min Chen, University of Texas, Dallas, USA
Organiser: Eric Vance
Chair: Marcus Nunes
Discussant: Bhaswati Ganguli
How the LISA 2020 program is scaling up statistical analysis capacity
Eric Vance, Lisa-University of Colorado Boulder, USA
Challenges in statistics in developing countries and the opportunities for statisticians to solve development challenges and achieve the sustainable development goals
Demisew Gebru Degefu, Hawassa University, Ethiopia
Scaling up statistical analysis capacity to achieve the sustainable agricultural development goals in Tanzania: Evidence from Sokoine University of Agriculture Laboratory for Interdisplinary Statistical Analysis (SUALISA)
Emanuel Msemo, Sokoine University of Agriculture Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Statistical Analysis, Tanzania
Organiser & Chair: Andrew Sharpe
It's about time for a change: Broadening the SNA framework to account for sustainability and well-being
Peter Vandeven, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), France
Broadening the scope of GDP – A stocktaking on including ecological developments and other basic conceptual amendments
Albert Braakmann, Federal Statistical Office of Germany
Implementing globalization in national accounts: practical steps in Europe
Andrea Silke Stapel-Weber, European Central Bank, Germany
The next generation of International Statistical Standards
Gabriel Quiros-Romero, International Monetary Fund, USA
Organiser & Chair: Christophe Biernacki
Discussant: Christine Keribin
Some recent developments in the analysis of bipartite networks
Nial Friel, University College Dubin, Ireland
Multiple co-clustering with heterogenous marginal distributions and its application to identify subtypes of depressive disorder
Tomoki Tokuda, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, Japan
Co-clustering through rank-one approximation
Charlotte Laclau, Université Grenoble Alpes, France
Organiser & Discussant: Jean-Louis Bodin
Chair: John Pullinger
Official statistics and parliaments’ role on independence of NSOs: Latin America
Enrique De Alba Guerra, National Institute of Statistics and Geographical Information (INEGI)
US Congress, Statistical System, Fundamental Principles - How Does It Work
Misha Belkindas, World Bank, USA
Parliament and official statistics in a multinational context: An EU Perspective
Lukasz Augustyniak, Eurostat
Organiser & Chair: Ibrahim Mohamed
Discussant: Azami Zaharim
Forecasting financial market volatility using a dynamic topic model
Yoshinori Kawasaki, Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo, Japan
Quadratic estimating functions for Nbingarch model
Nurul Najihah Mohamad, International Islamic University of Malaysia
Model selection based on value-at-risk backtests approach for Garch-type models
You Beng Koh, University of Malaya
Outlier detection in 2×2 crossover design using Bayesian framework
Lim Fong Peng, University Putra Malaysia
Organiser: Luigi Biggeri
Chair: Tiziana Laureti
Discussant: Monica Pratesi
Pinpointing poverty in Europe: Using small-area estimation to inform policies
Kenneth Simler, World Bank, USA
Poverty lines or well-being: What do we really capture in ICP?
Eileen Capilit, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN ESCAP)
Definition, estimation and use of poverty line at Sub-National (Local) Level: Do local thresholds and prices make a difference?
Gaia Bertarelli, Università di Pisa, Italy
The impact of redistribution through taxes and deductions on the income distribution – A decomposition analysis with administrative tax data from Switzerland
Oliver Huembelin, Department of Social Sciences, University of Berne, Switzerland
Rudolf Farys, Universität Bern, Germany
Organiser & Chair: Punithaa Kylasapathy
The Future of Data Analytics in Social Security Design
Amara Haqqani, Milliman, Australia
Longevity Protection
Torsten Franz, Hannover Re, Germany
Shahril Ridza Ridzuan, Khazanah Nasional Berhad, Malaysia

STS B4.16-B4.22

Organiser: Adriana Irawati Nur Ibrahim
Chair: Nurulkamal Masseran
Empirical Bayes method for modelling air pollution index
Kamarulzaman Ibrahim, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Estimating the proportion of unreported traffic accidents using bayesian poisson lognormal model with an adjusted mean
Zamira Hasanah Zamzuri, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Engineering applications of hierarchical Bayesian Modelling
Stephen Wu, Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo, Japan
Bayesian approach to errors-in-variables in poisson multiple regression model
Adriana Irawati Nur Ibrahim, University of Malaya
Organiser & Chair: Amitava Mukherjee
Application of the Tukey-ARIMA (Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average) control chart in monitoring the robotics pioneer data
Qurat-Ul-Ain Khaliq, Department of Statistics, Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad, Pakistan
Modeling and optimization of the SPRT control chart for individual observations
Chenglong Li, School of Management, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an, China
Exactly Distribution-Free Procedures for Phase-II Monitoring of High-Dimensional Processes
Amitava Mukherjee, XLRI - Xavier School of Management
An improved monitoring procedure of magnitude and frequency of events
Ridwan Adeyemi Sanusi, Department of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management, City University of Hong Kong, Kowloon
Organiser: Norhayati Shuja
Chair: Bee Wah Yap
Input-output analysis of sectoral linkages using hypothetical extraction method - an application to Malaysia input-output tables
Norhayati Shuja, Department of Statistics Malaysia
Economic diversification and sustainable development - A new assessment with input-output data
Joerg Beutel, Konstanz University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Extended input-output model for demographic change – Preliminary application to the chinese urbanisation process
Nobuhiro Okamoto, Daito Bunka University, Japan
Using input-output tables to study trade and international production sharing arrangements
Mahinthan Joseph Mariasingham, Asian Development Bank, Philippines
The compilation and application of 2012 China multi-regional model
Yuan Jianqin, State Information Center, China
Value-added and trade-embodied carbon emission of China’s industry with heterogeneity by firm size
Yang Cuihong, The Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Inter-country input-output database for global demand projection model using demograhic assumptions
Norihiko Yamano, OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation, France
Organiser: Elena Zarova
Chair: Irina Eliseeva
Discussants: Paul Smelov, Elvira Dubravskaya
Suggestions for improving the methodology for estimating informal employment based on a sample survey of the labour force
Sergey Musikhin, Analytical Centre by Government of Moscow
Comparative analysis of methodologies used for collecting data on formal and informal employment and tertiary education efficiency
Maria Frolova, Togliatti Academy of Management, Russia
Informal employment and employment in the informal sector of the economy in the Russian Federation
Konstantin Laykam, Federal State Statistics Service, Russia
Polina Victorovna Kriuchkova, Moscow Government, Russia
Informal Employment and Sustainable Development Goals: Mutual Influence and Consistency of Indicators
Elena Zarova, Analytical Centre by Government of Moscow, Russia
Organiser & Chair: Hamim Syahrum Ahmad Mokhtar
Discussant: Azrie Tamjis
Use of Big Data analytics in targeting right customers for sustainable and social finance (cash waqf)
Nurliza Mohd Mydin, Maybank Islamic, Malaysia
Investment account (risk sharing product) in Islamic banking: analysis of perceptions and behaviours of corporate & retail consumers using structural equation modelling
Zuraeda Ibrahim, University Technology MARA, Malaysia

CPS2223-01: Malaysian economic indicator: How well does it provide signal on economic crisis?
Siti Nuraini Rusli, Department of Statistics Malaysia
CPS2256-02: If retail trade sales falls, will GDP follow? A case study of Malaysia
Norzarita Samsudin, Department of Statistics Malaysia
CPS2257-03: Poverty incidence in Kelantan State “Finding of Household Income Survey (HIS) Vs. E-Kasih”
Syamaizar Razali, Department of Statistics Malaysia
CPS2231-04: The impact of tourism industry on Consumer Price Index: The case of Melaka
Syafawati Abdul Refai, Department of Statistics Malaysia
CPS2138-05: Quantitative comparisons on Pioneer-Family Resilience Index Indonesia 2015
Rida Agustina, Badan Pusat Statistik, Indonesia
CPS2232-06: Underemployment: A review of methodology
Syafawati Abdul Refai, Department of Statistics Malaysia
CPS2139-07: Multidimensional poverty among women in Morocco- Overview and analysis of the dynamics between 2004 and 2014
Hicham El Marizgui, Haut-Commissariat Au Plan, Morocco
CPS2162-08: How trees can help to learn statistics
Rima Kregzdyte, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences
CPS2029-09: The impact of climate on tourism in the GCC
Amira Al-Salhi, GCC Statistical Center (GCC-Stat), Oman
CPS2144-10: Accuracy of tomographic Scan-Derived implant placement
Corrado Crocetta, University of Foggia, Italy
CPS2240-11: Multi-State models for progression of first stage of spontaneous labour
Gleici Castro Perdoná, Brazil
CPS2151-12: Estimating a panel data model with structural change and panel heterogeneity
Sarah Buhi-on Balagbis, Philippine Statistics Authority
CPS1108-13: Evaluation and comparison of patterns of maternal complications using generalized linear models of count data time series
Collins Ojwang Odhiambo, Strathmore University, Kenya
CPS1111-14: Statistical impact of merger and acquisition in a banking industry: A new generalized time series model
Varun Agiwal, Central University of Rajasthan, India
CPS2058-15: Export competitiveness of Sumatera coffee
Wahyu Dewati, Bank Indonesia
CPS2252-24: The impact of institutional quality and human ressources development on exports in West African Economic and Monetary Union (Waemu) countries
Zakaya Ramde, Professionnal Data Scientists Association of Burkina Faso (Prodasa), Burkina Faso
CPS2254-25: Improving middle school students’ expectations of variability in a two-dimensional context
Dan Canada, Eastern Washington University, USA
CPS2204-26: On identification of influential observations in nonlinear regression models
Tatjana Von Rosen, Department of Statistics, Stockholm University, Sweden
CPS2184-27: Transmission network analysis of infectious disease in Portugal
Mohammad Lutfor Rahman, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
CPS2270-28: Better statistical communication using data visualisation
Hamzah Ismail, Department of Statistics Malaysia
CPS1401-29: On the Unified Zero-Inflated Cure-Rate Survival models
Francisco Louzada-Neto, University of São Paulo, Brazil
CPS2187-30: Anchored Sem – Merging structural equation models
Lukasz Widla-Domaradzki, PARP, Poland
CPS1264-31: New weighted extreme value index estimator for randomly right-censored data
Louiza Soltane, Mohamed Khider University, Biskra, Algeria
CPS2225-33: Updating views on Black Litterman model
Retno Subekti, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia
CPS2227-34: How will we know when we have achieved our dream: A world free of poverty?
Jonathan Haughton, Suffolk University, USA
CPS2028-35: Covariate-Adjusted response-adaptive designs for semi-parametric survival responses
Ayon Mukherjee, Novartis Healthcare Private Limited, India
CPS2196-36: The national data infrastruture in statistics Portugal and the data access for scientific research purposes – Evolution and challenges
Jose Pinto Martins, Statistics Portugal
CPS2202-37: A comparative study of test statistics for testing homogeneity of variances in analysis of variance models
Abimibola Oladugba, University of Nigeria, Nsukka


Chair: Francesca Perucci

Associations and Special Interest Groups:
Statistical Capacity Building, IAOS

What are the lessons learned in building statistical capacity across countries in Africa and Asia?

What are the customized implementation strategies under national circumstances?

Chair: Eric Vance

Associations and Special Interest Groups:
Statistical Capacity Building, ISBIS, IASE, IASC

How do you provide your students with real projects and real data to apply their statistical analysis and data science skills?

How do you promote the extraordinary power of statistics at your university or in your community?

How do you transform evidence into action for development for the benefit of society?

Chair: Pieter Everaers

Associations and Special Interest Groups:

To what extent should/can un-official data be used in compiling official indicators for the SDG's?

What kind of mechanism should be in place to guarantee the level quality required for ‘official statistics'?

How can the Statistical Journal of the IAOS via a discussion platform contribute to this (but also other) important discussion?

Chair: Mahmoud Elsarawy

Associations and Special Interest Groups:

How can young statisticians raise their knowledge and experiences?

How young statistician's associations help in raising statistical awareness?

CPS1207-01: Bayesian decision fusion of palm and finger prints for personal identification
Mustafa Mumtaz, National University of Sciences and Technology, Sector H-12, Islamabad, Pakistan
CPS2269-02: Demographic analysis at the subnational levels
Muhamad Fadzil Ismail, Department of Statistics Malaysia
CPS2033-03: One-Sided misclassification of a binary confounder and bias when estimating causal effects
Ronnie Pingel, Uppsala University, Sweden
CPS1490-04: Big data predictive analytics using machine learning for official statistics
Nehall Ahmed Farouk, Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS), Egypt
CPS1858-05: Research on the digital economic index system and evaluation in Qingdao
Gang Wei, Qingdao Statistical Institute, China
CPS2035-11: Earning and shares of paid employees in different industries by citizenship
Nor Alkashah Arif Shah, Department of Statistics Malaysia
CPS2404-24: Dengue surveillance using functional data analysis
Zezhong Wang, City University of Hong Kong
CPS2298-25: Way ahead of Malaysia's automotive industry: An assessment on national car
Masitah Kamaludin, Department of Statistics Malaysia
CPS1865-26: Robust estimation of the Mahalanobis distance with mixed continuous and categorical data
Tsung-Chi Cheng, Taiwan, Province of China
CPS645-27: Socio-economic and demographic determinants affecting the actual and prospective reproduction decision of families of children with cancer after discovery of the disease
Nevein Nagy Aneis, NPC Egypt
CPS1929-28: Economic policy uncertainty and financial market volatility: Evidence from Japan
Takayuki Morimoto, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan
CPS649-29: A new discrete analog of the continuous lindley distribution, with reliability applications
Ahmed Z. Afify, Benha University, Egypt
CPS2212-30: Distribution of working population and economic activities in the Northern Region, Malaysia
Nur Azmina Ahmad Zuhkhori, Department of Statistics Malaysia
CPS657-31: Right censored observations in a parametric mixture cure fraction models: Application to ovarian cancer
Serifat Adedamola Folorunso, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
CPS1352-33: Comics for investing statistical knowledge
Yuniarti Yuniarti, Badan Pusat Statistik Indonesia
CPS647-34: Relation between economic cost of having child and the socio-economic demographic determinants: Case study
Mohamed Mostafa Hassan, Institute of Statistical Studies and Research

IPS D4.00-D4.09

Organiser: Frederic Ferraty Chair: Byeong Park
Estimating a covariance function from fragments of functional data
Wei Huang, University of Melbourne, Australia
Super-consistent estimation of points of impact in nonparametric regression with functional predictors
Alois Kneip, University of Bonn, Germany
Spatial prediction of multivariate functional data: The case of light and chlorophyll-a profiles in the antarctic ocean
David Nerini, University of Aix-Marseille, France
Varying-Coefficient Additive Models: Two Birds with One Stone?
Jane-Ling Wang, University of California at Davis, USA
Organiser: Risto Lehtonen
Chair: Denise Britz Do Nascimento Silva
Instrumental calibration for the treatment of nonignorable unit nonresponse in surveys
David Haziza, Université de Montréal, Canada
Semiparametric nonresponse model with nonignorable nonresponse
Jae Kwang Kim, Iowa State University, USA
Comparing calibration and mass-imputation methods when nonresponse depends on the variable of interest
Maria Giovanna Ranalli, University of Perugia, Italy
Organiser: Peter Filzmoser
Chair: Patrick J.F. Groenen
Outlier detection in compositional data: From row-wise to cell-wise
Peter Filzmoser, TU Wien, Austria
Detection and visualization of outliers in establishment surveys
Valentin Todorov, United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Austria
Evaluating outlier detection methods: A critical review of performance measures
Pedro Duarte Silva, Universidade Catolica Portuguesa
Organiser: Johanna F. Ziegel
Chair: Thordis Thorarinsdottir
Discussant: Alexander Jordan
Dynamic belief elicitation
Nicolas Lambert, Stanford University, USA
Interpretation of point forecasts with unknown directive
Patrick Schmidt, Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies, Germany
Probability-weighted elicitability
Abdelaati Daouia, University of Toulouse Capitole, France
Organiser & Chair: Kue Peng Chuah
Discussant: Adrian Franco Barrios
Determinants and impacts of financial literacy in the Lao PDR
Peter Morgan, Asian Development Bank Institute, Japan
The construction of historical GDP estimates of Singapore, 1870-1900: Progress and perspective
Ichiro Sugimoto, Soka University, Japan
Poverty measurement in the era of food away from home: Testing alternative approaches in Vietnam
Julie Perng, World Bank, USA
Organiser: Lars Vilhuber
Chair: John Maron Abowd
Confidentiality protection and physical safeguards: A review
Lars Vilhuber, Cornell University, USA
Statistical data-production in a digitized age: Potentials for statistics, research and society
Stefan Bender, Deutsche Bundesbank, Germany
ABS Datalab: A new frontier in data access, latest developments and future challenges
Daniel Elazar, Australian Bureau of Statistics
Organiser: Haniza Yon
Chair: Rosna Awang-Hashim
An empirical comparison of various machine learning techniques for predicting borrowers’ loan servicing behavior
Rense Lange, Global Psytech Sdn Bhd, Malaysia
Statistical and psychometric properties of GFI
Haniza Yon, Malaysian Psychometrics Association
Structural equation modelling of psychographic variables in financial credit scoring
Nur Ayu Johar, Global Psytech Sdn Bhd, Malaysia
Organiser & Chair: Fedele Pasquale Greco
Bayesian measurement error correction in structured additive distributional regression
Alessio Pollice, University of Bari, Italy
Bayesian hierarchical modeling of multivariate climate data
Giovanna Jona Lasinio, Sapienza University of Roma, Italy
Coupled Gaussian processes for functional data analysis
Sara Fontanella, University of Torino, Italy
Analysing a Wolf trajectory data, through the new formalization of the Logistic-Gaussian process
Gianluca Mastrantonio, Polytechnic of Torino, Italy
Organiser & Chair: Flavio Pinto Bolliger
The new proposal of Forest Products Classification and Definitions
Michal Synek, Forest Products Statistics in the Czech Republic, Olomouc, Czech Republic
Strategic Planning for Agriculture and Rural Statistics (SPARS) and its impact at country level
Hem Raj Regmi, Nepal Central Bureau of Statistics, Nepal
AGRISurvey around the world
Michael Allen Steiner, World Bank, USA
Organiser: Shaiful Anuar Abu Bakar
Chair: Mazni Mohammad
Fuzzy approach to the occupational risk variable in designing a defined benefit pension funds
Yulia Resti, University of Sriwajaya, Indonesia
Risk estimation for casualty insurance losses
Shaiful Anuar Abu Bakar, University of Malaya
Coherent mortality forecasting for sub-populations using product-ratio model: An application to Malaysian age-specific mortality rates
Syazreen Niza Shair, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia
Weather based crop insurance in India and markov chain modeling for weather based crop insurance scheme of banana
Ramkrishna Lahu Shinde, Kavayitri Bahinabai Chaudhari North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon, India

STS D4.10-D4.15

Organiser & Discussant: Wei Jie See
Chair: Chin Ching Lau
Using wearable data to empower healthier lives with biological age model
Dai Ting, Scor Global Life, USA
The influence of telematics device on driving behaviour of commercial vehicles across long and short haul drivers
Mohd Azman Mohd Ismail, Atilze Digital Sdn. Bhd, Malaysia
Organiser: Norhayati Razi
Chair: Fraziali Ismail
Sectorisation and information granularities on portfolio investment statistics
Norhayati Razi, Bank Negara Malaysia
Financial integration and globalization: Challenges and opportunities for external financial statistics
Carol Bertaut, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, USA
Forecasting the recovery rate of non-financial corporations
Natalia Nehrebecka, National Bank of Poland
Uses of mirror data: Estimation of household assets and liabilities with banks abroad
João Falcao Silva, Central Bank of Portugal
Organiser & Chair: Pietro Gennari Discussant: Gemma Van Halderan
Implementing a geospatial data strategy in the European statistical system
Mariana Kotzeva, Eurostat, Italy
Cost-effectiveness of remote sensing for agricultural statistics in developing and transition countries
Yakob Mudesir Seid, FAO, Italy
Addressing the issue of missing or non-ideal sampling frames in household surveys in developing countries through remote sensing data
Michael Wild, World Bank, USA
Using GIS and Official Statistics to support assessments of risk to sustainable development from environmental degradation
Daniel Clarke, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN ESCAP)
Organiser: James Edward Scruton
Chair: Sumit Dey-Chowdhury
The rationale for a new GDP publication model
James Edward Scruton, The Office for National Statistics
The benefits and trade-offs of the new GDP publication model
Sumit Dey-Chowdhury, The Office for National Statistics
Monthly GDP: Retrospect and Prospect
Martin Weale, King’s College, London, UK
Organiser: Shazura Zainol Abidin
Chair: Nurhisham Hussein
Discussant: Kenneth Simler
Harnessing the value of administrative data: A central bank’s experience
Shazura Zainol Abidin, Bank Negara Malaysia
Use of administrative data as an alternative source of official statistics: Opportunities and challenges
Siti Haslinda Mohd. Din, Department of Statistics Malaysia
Sourcing of administrative record for official compilers
Wan Zarazillah Wan Abu Bakar, Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia

CPS Oral D4.16-D4.21

Chair: Yong Zulina Zubairi
CPS 1201: Combined criteria for dose optimisation in early phase clinical trials
Iftakhar Alam, Institute of Statistical Research and Training (ISRT), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
CPS 1343: Propensity score based adjustment for covariate effects on classification accuracy of biomarker using ROC curve
M. Shafiqur Rahman, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
CPS 1855: Extended age-environment model for analysing data on breast cancer death rates for Japanese elderly women
Nobutane Hanayama, Shobi University, Japan
CPS 2165: Reaction times: A new approach using new advances in distribution theory
Carla Susete Francisco, Catholic University of Portugal
Chair: Suzana Abu Bakar
CPS 1336: Estimating causal effect of low birth weight on malnutrition for children under five years in Bangladesh
Md. Ariful Islam Sanim, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
CPS 1394: The impact of ageing population, unemployment, obesity, inflation, out-of-pocket expenses, and income per capita on Malaysia's health expenditures: A linear regression analysis
Abd Aziz Arrashid Abd Rajak, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
CPS 1494: Assessment of prevalence and associated risk factors of diabetic retinopathy among known type II Diabetic Mellitus patients in a territory care hospital in Kochi Kerala: A hospital based cross sectional study
Senthilvel Vasudevan, King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences, India
CPS 2116: Risks of low birth weight associated with tobacco smoking among women in India
Samarul Islam, International Institute for Population Sciences, India
CPS 2169: Percentile-based approaches for assessing impacts of school day energy expenditure on 18-month change in BMI among elementary school-aged children
Carmen D. Tekwe, Indiana University – Bloomington, USA
CPS 2292: Instrumental variable approach to estimating the scalar-on-function regression model with measurement error with application to energy expenditure assessment in childhood obesity
Carmen Tekwe, Indiana University – Bloomington, USA
Chair: Riyanti Saari
CPS 1119: Forecasting agricultural commodity prices in turkey using artificial neural network
Fethi̇ Şaban Özbek, Turkish Statistical Institute, Turkey
CPS 1121: Leak localization on a pipeline using convolutional neural network for non-revenue water management
Jeeva Sathya Theesar Shanmugam, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), Malaysia
CPS 1440: Spatial cart classification trees
Jean-Michel Poggi, Lmo Université Paris SUD, France
CPS 2066: Real time prediction of infectious disease outbreaks based on google trend data in Africa
Elvis Karanja Muchene, Kenya Markets Trust
CPS 2156: Bias removal through sampling in machine learning models
Luis Sanguiao Sande, Instituto Nacional de Estadística (INE), Spain
CPS2564: Nowcasting modelling of volatile and non-volatile food prices using crowdsourcing data (case study of some food commodities prices on Lombok Island in 2015)
Tiffany Rizkika, Badan Pusat Statistik Indonesia
Wida Siddhikara P, Badan Pusat Statistik Indonesia
Chair: Arifah Bahar
CPS 1408: Probabilistic hourly load forecasting
Caston Sigauke, University of Venda, Zimbabwe
CPS 1458: A new mixed INAR(P) model for time series of counts
Wooi Chen Khoo, Sunway University, Malaysia
CPS 2012: Forecasting conditional covariance matrices in high-dimensional data: A general dynamic factor approach
Luiz Koodi Hotta, University of Campinas, Brazil
CPS 2107: Joint asymptotic normality of stopping time and sequential estimators for monitoring autoregressive processes
Junfan Tao, Yokohama National University, Japan
CPS2526: Least trimmed squares estimators for functional principal component analysis
Holger Cevallos-Valdiviezo, Escuela Superior Politecnica del Litoral (ESPOL), Ecuador
Chair: Ng Kok Haur
CPS1876: Nearest neighbor classifier based on generalized inter-point distances for HDLSS data
Sarbojit Roy, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India
CPS1891: A knot selection algorithm for regression splines
Tzee-Ming Huang, National Chengchi University, Chinese Taipei
CPS2045: Let the PDES guide you to new insight into and fast inference for complex models in space and space-time
Haakon Bakka, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia
CPS2220: Regime-switching state-space models with applications to brain imaging
David Degras, University of Massachusetts Boston, USA
Chair: Norli Anida Abdullah
CPS 1166: Fractal structure of hierarchical cores in an analysis of use of technologies
Francisco Casanova-Del-Angel, Instituto Politecnico Nacional, Mexico
CPS 1955: Master’s programme in data analytics for government: The UK experience
Solange Correa Onel, Office for National Statistics, UK
CPS 2126: Item analysis in the assessment of knowledge in biostatistics among the postgraduate students of a medical college in Northeast India
Rajkumari Sanatombi Devi, Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences, India
CPS 2173: Determinants of pupils’ success in primary schools in Benin
Felicien Accrombessy, World Bank Group, Benin
Chair: Muhammad Amri Idris
CPS1239: The servicification of manufacturing in Asia: Redefining the sources of labor productivity using time
Valerie Anne Mercer-Blackman, Asian Development Bank, Philippines
CPS1407: Measuring the social dimensions of poverty and deprivation
Diana Dilshanie Deepawansa, Department of Census and Statistics, Sri Lanka
CPS2052: An analysis of the contribution of women in Abu Dhabi
Khaddouj Abubaker Abdulla, Statistics Centre Abu Dhabi, UAE
CPS2109: Measurement of multidimensional child poverty in Morocco 2001-2014: Methodology and results
Ezzrari Abdeljaouad, Morocco
Organiser & Chair: Helen MacGillivray
ISI's President’s Invited Keynote Lecture
Enhancing data science ethics through statistical education and practice
Jessica Utts, University of California – Irvine