References in zbMATH (referenced in 14 articles )

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  1. Ishwaran, Hemant: The effect of splitting on random forests (2015)
  2. Zhou, Yan; McArdle, John J.: Rationale and applications of survival tree and survival ensemble methods (2015)
  3. Sexton, Joseph; Laake, Petter: Boosted coefficient models (2012)
  4. Yuan, Ao; Xu, Jinfeng; Zheng, Gang: Root- estimability of some missing data models (2012)
  5. Bou-Hamad, Imad; Larocque, Denis; Ben-Ameur, Hatem: A review of survival trees (2011)
  6. Porzelius, Christine: Model complexity selection in high-dimensional time-to-event data analysis (2011)
  7. Porzelius, Christine; Schumacher, Martin; Binder, Harald: The benefit of data-based model complexity selection via prediction error curves in time-to-event data (2011)
  8. Chen, Xi; Wang, Lily; Ishwaran, Hemant: An integrative pathway-based clinical-genomic model for cancer survival prediction (2010)
  9. Ishwaran, Hemant; Kogalur, Udaya B.: Consistency of random survival forests (2010)
  10. Ishwaran, Hemant; Kogalur, Udaya B.; Gorodeski, Eiran Z.; Minn, Andy J.; Lauer, Michael S.: High-dimensional variable selection for survival data (2010)
  11. Siroky, David S.: Navigating random forests and related advances in algorithmic modeling (2009)
  12. Clarke, Jennifer; West, Mike: Bayesian Weibull tree models for survival analysis of clinico-genomic data (2008)
  13. Ishwaran, Hemant; Kogalur, Udaya B.; Blackstone, Eugene H.; Lauer, Michael S.: Random survival forests (2008)
  14. Ishwaran, Hemant: Variable importance in binary regression trees and forests (2007)