- Design of experiment
- Decision Theory
- Bayesian statistics
- Machine Learning
- Biostatistics / Ecology
- Statistics and Sport
- Spatial and spatio-temporal statistics
- Druilhet, P., Saint Loubert Bié, Erwan. (2021) "Improper versus finitely additive distributions as limits of countably additive probabilities",
Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics , vol. 60 (3) p 450-462.
- Bourezaz, H., Merabet, H., Druilhet, P. (2020) "Bayesian prediction modeling for two-stage experimental trials for Poisson or Gamma distributed data",
Electronic Journal of Applied Statistical Analysis , 13(1), pp. 268-283
- Bord, S., Bioche, C., Druilhet, P. (2018) "A cautionary note on Bayesian estimation of population size by removal sampling with diffuse prior",
Biometrical Journal , vol. 60 (3) p 450-462.
- Druilhet, P. (2017) "On the Flatland paradox and limiting arguments",
Communication in Statistics, Theory and Methods vol 46 (24), 12281-12289.
- H. Merabet; A. Labdaoui; P. Druilhet; (2017) "Bayesian prediction for two-stage sequential analysis in clinical trials,
in Communication in Statistics, Theory and Methods, vol.46 (19), 9807-9806
- Druilhet, P. (2016) "Efficient circular cross-over designs for models with interaction", MODA 11, Model-Oriented Design and Data Analysis, 87-94
, Springer .
- Bioche, C. and Druilhet, P. (2016) "Approximation of improper priors",
, Vol. 22, No. 3, 1709-1728
- Bailey, R. A. and Druilhet, P. (2014) "Optimal cross-over designs for full interaction models",
Annals of Statistics, Vol. 42, No. 6, 2282-2300
- Druilhet, P. and Tinsson, W. (2014) "Optimal cross-over design for total effects under a model with self and
mixed effects", Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 154, 54-61
- Bord, S., Druilhet, P., Gasqui, P., Abrial, D., Vourc'h, G. (2014) " A hierarchical bayesian approach to estimate abundance and sampling
rate based on removal sampling design: Application to abundance estimation of Ixodes ricinus ticks", Ecological Modelling,
- Druilhet, P. and Mom, A. (2012) "Characterization of
estimators uniformly shrinking on subspaces ", Linear Algebra and its
Applications, 437, 1771-1778
- Druilhet, P. and Pommeret, D. (2012) "Invariant
conjugate analysis for exponential families", Bayesian Analysis,
7 (2), 235-248.
- Druilhet, P. and Tinsson, W. (2012) "Efficient circular
neighbour designs for spatial interference model", Journal of
Statistical Planning and Inference, 142, 1161-1169
- Druilhet, P. and Tinsson, W. (2009) "Optimal
repeated measurement designs for a model with partial interaction",
Biometrika, 96 (3), 677-690 .
- Druilhet, P. and Mom, A.
(2008) "Shrinkage structure in biased regression", Journal
of Multivariate Analysis, vol.99, 232-244.
- Druilhet, P. and Marin, J.-M.
(2007) "Invariant HPD credible sets and MAP
estimators", Bayesian Analysis, vol. 2 (4) 681-691
- Druilhet, P. and Markiewicz, A.
(2007) "Information matrices for non full rank subsystems",
Metrika, 65, p. 171-182.
- Dauxois, J.-Y., Druilhet, P. &
Pommeret D. (2006) "A Bayesian choice between Poisson, Binomial
and Negative Binomial Models", Test , 15, p. 423-432
- Druilhet, P. and Mom, A. (2006)
"PLS regression: a signal-to-noise ratio approach", Journal of
Multivariate Analysis , vol 97, pp 1313-1329
- Druilhet, P. (2004),
"Conditions for optimality in experimental designs", Linear Algebra and its
Applications, 388, p147-157.
- Bailey, R. A. and Druilhet, P.
(2004) "Optimality of neighbour balanced designs for total effects",
Annals of Statistics, 32, p.1650-1661.
- Druilhet, P. (1999)
"Optimality of neighbour balanced designs", Journal of Statistical
Planning and Inference, 81, p. 141-152.
- Calas, P., Rochd, T., Druilhet, P. and
Azaïs, J.-M. (1998) "In vitro adhesion of two strains of
prevotella intermedia to the dentin of root canal : the part played by
different irrigation solutions" Journal Of Endodontics, vol.
24, (2), p112-115.
- Azaïs, J.-M. and Druilhet, P.
(1997) "Optimality of neighbour balanced designs when neighbour
effects are neglected", Journal of Statistical Planning and
Inference, 64, p. 353-367.