George Box Publications

See George Box Curriculum Vita for professional experience. The publications below are based on George's 1991 CV. There are clearly errors and omissions. We are working on making this complete. Additions or corrections may be emailed to byandell@wisc.edu. A nearly complete PDF was provided by Ernesto Barrios, and is available at present as roughly grabbed HTML.

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BOOKS

  1. The Design and Analysis of Industrial Experiments, ed. by O. L. Davies; authors G. E. P. Box et al., ICI, 1954.
  2. Time Series Analysis: Forecasting and Control
    1. G. E. P. Box and G. M. Jenkins. Holden-Day, San Francisco, 1970.
    2. G. E. P. Box and G. M. Jenkins. Holden-Day, San Francisco, 2nd edition, 1976.
    3. G. E. P. Box, G. M. Jenkins, and G. C. Reinsel. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliff, N.J., 3rd edition, 1994.
    4. G. E. P. Box, G. M. Jenkins, and G. C. Reinsel. John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, N. J., 4th edition, 2007.
  3. Bayesian Inference in Statistical Analysis. G. E. P. Box and G. C. Tiao. Addison Wesley Publishing Co., 1973.
  4. Statistics for Experimenters: an introduction to design, data analysis, and model building
    1. G. E. P. Box, J. S. Hunter, and W. G. Hunter. John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, N. J., 1977.
    2. G. E. P. Box, J. S. Hunter, and W. G. Hunter. John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, N. J., 2nd edition, 2005.
  5. Response Surfaces & Evolutionary Operation
    1. Evolutionary Operation – A Statistical Method for Process Improvement. G. E. P. Box and N. R. Draper. John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1969.
    2. Empirical Model-Building and Response Surfaces. G. E. P. Box and N. R. Draper. John Wiley & Sons, 1987.
    3. Response Surfaces, Mixtures and Ridge Analyses. G. E. P. Box and N. R. Draper. John Wiley & Sons, 2007.
  6. Statistical Control by Monitoring and Feedback Adjustment.
    1. G. E. P. Box and A. Luceño. John Wiley & Sons, 1997.
    2. G. E. P. Box, A. Luceño, and M. C. Paniagua-Quiñones. John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, N. J., 2nd edition, 2009.
  7. The Collected Works of George E.P. Box
    1. Edited by G. C. Tiao. Wadsworth, Volume 1, 1985.
    2. Edited by G. C. Tiao. Wadsworth, Volume 2, 1985.
    3. Box on quality and discovery – With design, control, and robustness. Edited by G C Tiao, S Bisgaard, W J Hill, D Pena and S M Stigler. John Wiley & Sons, 2000.
    4. Improving Almost Anything: Ideas and Essays. G. E. P. Box and Friends. John Wiley & Sons, revised edition, 2006.
  8. An Accidental Statistician, G. E. P. Box, John Wiley & Sons, 2013.

ALL PUBLICATIONS (includes books)

  1. R. Hicks, G. E. P. Box. Rate of solution of air and rate transfer for sewage treatment by activated sludge. Sewage Purification, Land Drainage, Water and River Engineering, 271-278, June, 1939.
  2. G. E. P. Box and H. Cullumbine. Sodium salt solutions for Lewisite shock. British Medical Journal, 1(4450):607-608, 1946.
  3. G. E. P. Box and H. Cullumbine. The relationship between survival time and dosage with certain toxic agents. British Journal of Pharmacology and Chemotherapy, 2(1):27-37, 1947.
  4. G. E. P. Box and H. Cullumbine. The effect of exposure to sub-lethal doses of phosgene on the subsequent l(ct) 50 for rats and mice. British Pharmacology and Chemotherapy, 2(1):38-55, 1947.
  5. G. E. P. Box. A general distribution theory for a class of likelihood criteria. Biometrika, 34(Pts. III and IV):317-346, 1949.
  6. G. E. P. Box. Problems in the analysis of growth and wear curves. Biometrics, 6(4):362-389, 1950.
  7. G. E. P. Box and K. B. Wilson. On the experimental attainment of optimum conditions. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 13(1):1-45, 1951.
  8. G. E. P. Box. Multifactorial designs of first order. Biometrika, 39:49-57, 1952.
  9. G. E. P. Box. Statistical design in the study of analytical methods. The Analyst, 77:879-891, 1952.
  10. G. E. P. Box. Non-normality and tests on variances. Biometrika, 40:318-335, 1953.
  11. G. E. P. Box. A note on regions for tests of kurtosis. Biometrika, 40(Pts. 3 and 4):465-466, 1953.
  12. G. E. P. Box and W. A. Hay. A statistical design for the efficient removal of trends occurring in a comparative experiment with an application in biological assay. Biometrics, 9(3):304-319, 1953.
  13. G. E. P. Box, M. T. Hobbs, and F. North. Pigment Strength Testing with the Automatic Muller. Journal of the Oil and Colour Chemists Association, 36(396):283-299, 1953.
  14. G. E. P. Box. The exploration and exploitation of response surfaces: some general considerations and examples. Biometrics, 10(1):16-60, 1954.
  15. G. E. P. Box. Some theorems on quadratic forms applied in the study of analysis of variance problems: I. Effect of inequality of variance in the one way classification. Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 25(2):290-302, 1954.
  16. G. E. P. Box. Some theorems on quadratic forms applied in the study of analysis of variance problems: II. Effects of inequality of variance and of correlation between errors in the two way classification. Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 25(3):484-498, 1954.
  17. G. E. P. Box. Evolutionary Operation – A Proposed Technique for Process Development. ICI Ltd, 1954.
  18. G. E. P. Box, L. R. Connor, W. R. Cousins, O. L. Davies, F. R. Himsworth, and G. P. Sillitto (O. L. Davies, Editor). Design and Analysis of Industrial Experiments. Oliver and Boyd, London, 1954.
  19. G. E. P. Box and J. S. Hunter. A confidence region for the solution of a set of simultaneous equations with an application to experimental design. Biometrika, 41(Pts. 1 and 2):190-199, 1954.
  20. G. E. P. Box. Mathematical statistics and rubber technology. In Imperial Chemical Industries Technical Publication, 1955.
  21. G. E. P. Box and S. L. Andersen. Permutation theory in the derivation of robust criteria and the study of departures from assumption. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 17(Pt. 1):1-34, 1955.
  22. G. E. P. Box and P. V. Youle. The exploration and exploitation of response surfaces: An example of the link between the fitted surface and the basic mechanism of the system. Biometrics, 11(3):287-323, 1955.
  23. G. E. P. Box and G. A. Coutie. Application of digital computers in the exploration of functional relationships. Proceedings of the Institute of Electrical Engineerrs, 103, Pt. B(Supplement No. 1):100-107, 1956.
  24. G. E. P. Box. Evolutionary operation: A method for increasing industrial productivity. Applied Statistics, 6(2):3-23, 1957.
  25. G. E. P. Box. Integration of techniques in process development. In Transactions of 11th Annual Convention of American Society for Quality Control, pages 687-702, 1957. (reissued in 1990-91) (CQPI TR 39)
  26. G. E. P. Box. Use of statistical methods in the elucidation of basic mechanisms. In Bulletin of the International Institute of Statistics, Stockholm, pages 215-225, 1957.
  27. G. E. P. Box and J. S. Hunter. Multifactor experimental designs for exploring response surfaces. Annals Mathematical Statistics, 28(1):195-241, 1957.
  28. G. E. P. Box, W. R. Cousins, O. L. Davies, F. R. Himsworth, H. Kenney, M. Milbourn, W. Spendley, and W.L. (O. L. Davies, Editor) Stevens. Statistical Methods in Research and Production. Oliver and Boyd, London, 3 edition, 1958.
  29. G. E. P. Box and J. S. Hunter. Experimental designs for the exploration and exploitation of response surfaces. In V. Chew, editor, Experimental Designs in Industry, pages 138-190. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1958.
  30. G. E. P. Box and M. E. Muller. A note on the generation of random normal deviates. Annals Mathematical Statistics, 29(2):610-613, 1958.
  31. G. E. P. Box. Discussion of the papers of Messrs. Satterthwaite and Budne. Technometrics, 1(2):174-180, 1959.
  32. G. E. P. Box and N. R. Draper. A basis for the selection of a response surface design. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 54:622-654, 1959.
  33. G. E. P. Box and J. S. Hunter. Condensed calculations for evolutionary operation programs. Technometrics, 1(1):77-95, 1959.
  34. G. E. P. Box and H. L. Lucas. Design of experiments in non-linear situations. Biometrika, 46(Parts 1 and 2):77-90, 1959.
  35. G. E. P. Box. Some general considerations in process optimization. In Journal of Basic Engineering, pages 113-119, 1960.
  36. G. E. P. Box. Fitting empirical data. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 86(3):792-816, 1960.
  37. G. E. P. Box and D. W. Behnken. Some new three level designs for the study of quantitative variables. Technometrics, 2(4):455-475, 1960.
  38. G. E. P. Box and D. W. Behnken. Simplex-sum designs: A class of second order rotatable designs derivable from those of first order. Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 31(4):838-864, 1960.
  39. G. E. P. Box. The effects of errors in the factor levels and experimental design. Bulletin of the International Statistical Institute, XXXVIII(Pt. III):339-355, 1961.
  40. G. E. P. Box. The theory of errors. In Encyclopedia Britannica, pages 1-8, 1961.
  41. G. E. P. Box and J. S. Hunter. The 2k-p fractional factorial designs, Pt. I. Technometrics, 3(3):311-351, 1961. (Reissued in 2000)
  42. G. E. P. Box and J. S. Hunter. The 2k-p fractional factorial designs, Pt. II. Technometrics, 3(4):449-458, 1961.
  43. G. E. P. Box and J. Chanmugam. Adaptive optimization of continuous processes. I and EC Fundamentals, 1:2-16, 1962.
  44. G. E. P. Box and W. G. Hunter. A useful method for model-building. Technometrics, 4(3):301-318, 1962.
  45. G. E. P. Box and G. M. Jenkins. Some statistical aspects of adaptive optimization and control. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 24(2):297-343, 1962.
  46. G. E. P. Box and G. C. Tiao. A further look at robustness via Bayes' Theorem. Biometrika, 49(Parts 3 and 4):419-432, 1962.
  47. G. E. P. Box and P. W. Tidwell. Transformation of the independent variables. Technometrics, 4(4):531-550, 1962.
  48. G. E. P. Box and G. S. Watson. Robustness to non-normality regression tests. Biometrika, 49(Parts 1 and 2):93-106, 1962.
  49. G. E. P. Box and N. R. Draper. The choice of a second order rotatable design. Biometrika, 50(Parts 3 and 4):335-352, 1963.
  50. G. E. P. Box and W. G. Hunter. Sequential design of experiments for non-linear models. In Proceedings of IBM Scientific Computing Symposium on Statistics, pages 113-137, 1963.
  51. G. E. P. Box and G. M. Jenkins. Further contributions to adaptive quality control: Simultaneous estimation of dynamics: Non-zero costs. In Proceedings of the International Statistical Institute, pages 943-974, 1963.
  52. G. E. P. Box and D. R. Cox. An analysis of transformations. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 26(2):211-252, 1964.
  53. G. E. P. Box and G. C. Tiao. A note on criterion robustness and inference robustness. Biometrika, 51(Parts 1 and 2):169-173, 1964.
  54. G. E. P. Box and G. C. Tiao. A Bayesian approach to the importance of assumptions applied to the comparison of variables. Biometrika, 51(Parts 1 and 2):153-167, 1964.
  55. G. E. P. Box and N. R. Draper. The Bayesian estimation of common parameters from several responses. Biometrika, 52(Parts 3 and 4):355-365, 1965.
  56. G. E. P. Box and W. G. Hunter. The experimental study of physical mechanisms. Technometrics, 7(1):23-42, 1965.
  57. G. E. P. Box and G. M Jenkins. Mathematical models for adaptive control and optimization. In American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Joint Meetings, pages 461-468, 1965.
  58. G. E. P. Box and G. C. Tiao. A change in level of a non-stationary time series. Biometrika, 52(1 and 2):181-192, 1965.
  59. G. E. P. Box and G. C. Tiao. Multi-parameter problems from a Bayesian point of view. Annals of Mathematical Statistics, 36(5):1468-1482, 1965.
  60. G. E. P. Box. Use and abuse of regression. Technometrics, 8(4):625-629, 1966.
  61. G. E. P. Box. A note on augmented designs. Technometrics, 8(1):184-188, 1966.
  62. G. E. P. Box. A simple system of evolutionary operation subject to empirical feedback. Technometrics, 8(1):19-26, 1966.
  63. K. D. Kotnour, G. E. P. Box, and R. J. Altpeter. A discrete predictor controller applied to sinusoidal perturbation adaptive optimization. Instrument Society of American Transactions, 5(3):255-262, 1966.
  64. G. E. P. Box and I. Guttman. Some aspects of randomization. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 28(3):543-558, 1966.
  65. G. E. P. Box. Experimental strategy. In Proceedings of 6th International Biometric Conference, Sydney, Australia, 1967.
  66. G. E. P. Box and W. J. Hill. Discrimination among mechanistic models. Technometrics, 9(1):57-71, 1967.
  67. G. C. Tiao and G. E. P. Box. Bayesian analysis of a three-component hierarchical design model. Biometrika, 54(Parts 1 and 2):109-125, 1967.
  68. G. E. P. Box. Bayesian approaches to some bothersome problems in data analysis. In Proceedings of Seventh Annual Phi Delta Kappa Symposium on Education Research, pages 61-101, 1968.
  69. G. E. P. Box. Experimental design: Response surfaces. In International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, pages 254-259. The Macmillian Co., 1968.
  70. G. E. P. Box and N. R. Draper. Isn't my process too variable for EVOP? Technometrics, 10(3):439-444, 1968.
  71. G. E. P. Box, H. O. Hartley, and O. Kempthorne. The future of departments of statistics – Panel discussion chaired by J. W. Tukey. In D.G. Watts, editor, The Future of Statistics, pages 103-137. Academic Press, 1968.
  72. G. E. P. Box and G. M. Jenkins. Some recent advances in forecasting and control. Applied Statistics, 17(2):91-109, 1968.
  73. G. E. P. Box and G. M. Jenkins. Discrete models for feedback and feedforward control. In D. G. Watts, editor, The Future Of Statistics, pages 201-240. Academic Press, 1968.
  74. G. E. P. Box and G. M. Jenkins. Discrete models for forecasting and control. In Encyclopedia of Linguistics, Information, and Control, pages 1-6, Oxford, 1968. Pergamon Press.
  75. G. E. P. Box, G. M. Jenkins, and D. W. Bacon. Models for forecasting seasonal and non-seasonal time series. In B. Harris, editor, Spectral Analysis of Time Series, pages 271-311, New York, 1968. Wiley.
  76. G. E. P. Box and G. C. Tiao. A Bayesian approach to some outlier problems. Biometrika, 55(1):119-130, 1968.
  77. G. E. P. Box and G. C. Tiao. Bayesian estimation for means in the random effect model. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 63:174-181, 1968.
  78. G. E. P. Box and N. R. Draper. Evolutionary Operation – A statistical method for process improvement. Wiley, New York, 1969.
  79. G. E. P. Box. The challenge of statistical computation. In Statistical Computation, pages 3-10, New York, 1969. Academic Press.
  80. G. E. P. Box and G. M. Jenkins. Time Series Analysis: Forecasting and Control. Holden-Day, San Francisco, 1970.
  81. G. E. P. Box and D. A. Pierce. Distributions of residual autocorrelations in autoregressive-integrated moving average time series models. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 65(332):1509-1526, 1970.
  82. G. P. Patil, G. E. P. Box. Statistical training and research/Formation et recherche statistiques. Review of the International Statistical Institute, 38(3):402-408, 1970.
  83. G. E. P. Box and P. Newbold. Some comments on a paper of Coen, Gomme, and Kendall. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, 134(2):229-240, 1971.
  84. G. E. P. Box and W. G. Hunter. Statistical techniques for mechanistic modeling. In Proceedings of Second International Symposium on Chemical Reaction Engineering in Amsterdam, pages B 4.9-4.19, 1972.
  85. G. E. P. Box, G. M. Jenkins, and I. Guttman. Partial autocorrelations from a Bayesian viewpoint and orthogonal parameterization. METRON, XXX -N.1-4, 31-XII:87-112, 1972.
  86. G. E. P. Box, W. G. Hunter, J. F. MacGregor, and J. Erjavec. Some problems associated with the analysis of multi-response data. Technometrics, 15(1):33-51, 1973.
  87. G. E. P. Box and G. M. Jenkins. Some comments on a paper by Chatfield and Prothero and on a review by Kendall. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, 136(Pt. 3):337-352, 1973.
  88. G. E. P. Box and G. C. Tiao. Bayesian Inference in Statistical Analysis. Addison-Wesley, Reading, Massachusetts, 1973.
  89. G. C. Tiao and G. E. P. Box. Some comments on Bayes estimators. The American Statistician, 27(1):12-14, 1973.
  90. G. E. P. Box and J. Wetz. Criteria for judging the adequacy of estimation by approximating response surface. Technical Report 9, Department of Statistics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1973.
  91. G. E. P. Box. Statistics and the environment. Journal of the Washington Academy of Science, 64(2):52-59, 1974. Also published in International Statistical Review, 43(3), 279-287, 1974.
  92. G. E. P. Box and W.J. Hill. Correcting inhomogeneity of variance with power transformation weighting. Technometrics, 16(3):385-389, 1974.
  93. G. E. P. Box, G. M. Jenkins, and J. F. MacGregor. Some recent advances in forecasting and control, Pt. II. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C, 23(2):158-179, 1974.
  94. G. E. P. Box and J. F. MacGregor. The analysis of closed-loop dynamic-stochastic systems. Technometrics, 16(3):391-398, 1974.
  95. G. E. P. Box. Evolutionary operation of a food plant. In Food Manufacture, pages 61-62, 1975.
  96. G. E. P. Box and N. R. Draper. Robust designs. Biometrika, 62(2):347-352, 1975.
  97. G. E. P. Box and G. C. Tiao. Intervention analysis with applications to economic and environmental problems. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 70(349):70-79, 1975.
  98. G. E. P. Box, G. C. Tiao, and W. J. Hamming. A statistical analysis of the Los Angeles ambient carbon monoxide data 1955-1972. Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association, 25(11):1129-1136, 1975.
  99. G. C. Tiao, G. E. P. Box, and W. J. Hamming. Analysis of Los Angeles photochemical smog data: A statistical overview. Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association, 25(3):260-268, 1975.
  100. G. E. P. Box. Science and statistics. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 71(356):791-799, 1976.
  101. G. E. P. Box, S. C. Hillmer, and G. C. Tiao. Seasonal analysis of economic time series. In Proceedings of Conference on Seasonal Analysis of Economic Time Series, pages 309-344, 1976.
  102. G. E. P. Box and G. M. Jenkins. Time Series Analysis: Forecasting and Control. Holden-Day, San Francisco, 2 edition, 1976.
  103. G. E. P. Box and J. F. MacGregor. Parameter estimation with closed-loop operating data. Technometrics, 18(4):371-380, 1976.
  104. G. E. P. Box and G. C. Tiao. Comparison of forecasts and actuality. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C, 25(3):195-200, 1976.
  105. G. E. P. Box and G. C. Tiao. Comment on "Strong inconsistency from uniform priors" by M. Stone. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 71(353):122, 1976.
  106. M. S. Phadke, G. E. P. Box, and G. C. Tiao. Empirical-mechanistic modeling of air pollution. In Proceedings of 4th Symposium on Statistics and the Environment, pages 91-101, 1976.
  107. G. C. Tiao, M. S. Phadke, and G. E. P. Box. Some empirical models for the Los Angeles photochemical smog data. Journal of the Air Pollution Control Association, 26(5):485-490, 1976.
  108. L. D. Haugh and G. E. P. Box. Identification of dynamic regression (distributed lag) models connecting two time series. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 72(357):121-130, 1977.
  109. G. E. P. Box and G. C. Tiao. A canonical analysis of multiple time series. Biometrika, 64(2):355-365, 1977.
  110. B. Abraham and G. E. P. Box. Deterministic and forecast-adaptive time-dependent models. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C, 27(2):120-130, 1978.
  111. B. Abraham and G. E. P. Box. Linear models and spurious observations. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C, 27(2):131-138, 1978.
  112. G. E. P. Box, W. G. Hunter, and J. S. Hunter. Statistics for Experimenters. Wiley, New York, 1978.
  113. G. E. P. Box and G. C. Tiao. Applications of time series analysis. In H.A. David, editor, Contributions to Survey Sampling and Applied Statistics. Papers in honor of H.O. Hartley, pages 203-219. Academic Press, 1978.
  114. J. Ledolter and G. E. P. Box. Conditions for the optimality of exponential smoothing forecasts procedures. Metrika, 25:77-93, 1978.
  115. G. M. Ljung and G. E. P. Box. On a measure of lack of fit in time series models. Biometrika, 65(2):297-303, 1978.
  116. B. Abraham and G. E. P. Box. Bayesian analysis of some outlier problems in time series. Biometrika, 66(2):229-236, 1979.
  117. B. Abraham and G. E. P. Box. Sampling interval and feedback control. Technometrics, 21(1):1-8, 1979.
  118. G. E. P. Box. Some problems of statistics and everyday life. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 74(365):1-4, 1979.
  119. G. E. P. Box. Robustness in the strategy of scientific model building. In Robustness in Statistics, pages 201-236. Academic Press, 1979.
  120. G. G. Chen and G. E. P. Box. Further study of robustification via a Bayesian approach. Technical Report 198, UW Department of Statistics, June 1979.
  121. G. M. Ljung and G. E. P. Box. The likelihood function of stationary autoregressive-moving average models. Biometrika, 66(2):265-270, 1979.
  122. G. E. P. Box. Sampling and Bayes' inference in scientific modeling and robustness. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, 143(Pt. 4):383-430, 1980.
  123. G. E. P. Box. Sampling inference, Bayes' inference, and robustness. In J. M. Bernardo, M. H. DeGroot, D. V. Lindley, and A. F. M. Smith, editors, Advancement of learning in Bayesian Statistics, pages 366-381, 1980.
  124. G. E. P. Box and N. R. Draper. The variance function of the difference between two estimated responses. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 42(1):79-82, 1980.
  125. Ljung. G. M. and G. E. P. Box. Analysis of variance and autocorrelated errors. In Scandinavian Journal of Statistics, volume 7, pages 172-180, 1980.
  126. G. C. Tiao and G. E. P. Box. Modeling multiple time series with applications. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 76(376):802-816, 1981.
  127. G. E. P. Box. Choice of response surface design and alphabetic optimality. Utilitas Mathematica, 21(B):11-55, 1982.
  128. G. E. P. Box and D. R. Cox. An analysis of transformations revisited, rebutted. Journal of American Statistical Association, 77(377):209-210, 1982.
  129. G. E. P. Box and N. R. Draper. Measures of lack of fit for response surface designs and predictor variable transformations. Technometrics, 24(1):1-8, 1982.
  130. G. E. P. Box and N. R. Draper. Evolutionary Operation. Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 2:564-572, 1982.
  131. G. E. P. Box. An apology for ecumenism in statistics. In G.E.P. Box, T. Leonard, and C. F. J. Wu, editors, Scientific Inference, Data Analysis, and Robustness, pages 51-84. Academic Press, 1983.
  132. G. E. P. Box. Gwilym Jenkins, Experimental design and the time series. Journal Questio, 7(4):515-525, 1983.
  133. G. E. P. Box. Anatomy of some time series models. In H. A. David and H. T David, editors, Statistics: An Appreciation, pages 489-508. Iowa State University Press, 1984.
  134. G. E. P. Box. The importance of practice in the development of statistics. Technometrics, 26(1):1-8, 1984.
  135. G. E. P. Box and H. Kanemasu. Constrained nonlinear least squares. In Essays in honor of Oscar Kempthorne. Contributions to Experimental Design Linear Models and Genetic Statistics. Marcel Dekker, 1984.
  136. G. E. P. Box, D. M. Steinberg, W. J. Hill. Comments on "A maximum-likelihood approach to treating error variance instability in Hougen-Watson rate models". Ind. Eng. Chem. Fundamen., 23(2): 267, 1984.
  137. G. E. P. Box. The Collected Works of George E. P. Box (Two Volumes) Edited by G. C. Tiao. Wadsworth, Belmont, California, 1985.
  138. G. E. P. Box. Discussion of the paper by R. N. Kackar on "Off-line quality control, parameter design, and the Taguchi method". Journal of Quality Technology, 17(4):189-190, 1985.
  139. G. E. P. Box. Experimental design for product improvement. Communications in Statistics, Theory and Methods, 14(11):2605, 1985.
  140. G. E. P. Box and R. D. Meyer. Some new ideas in the analysis of screening designs. Journal of Research of the National Bureau of Standards, 90(6):495-502, 1985.
  141. G. E. P. Box , R. D. Meyer. Studies in quality improvement I: Dispersion effects from fractional designs. Technical Report 1, Center for Quality and Productivity Improvement, Univeristy of Wisconsin, 1986.
  142. G. E. P. Box and C. Fung. Studies in quality improvement: Minimizing transmitted variation by parameter design. Technical Report 8, Center for Quality and Productivity Improvement, Univeristy of Wisconsin, 1986.
  143. G. E. P. Box and S. Jones. Discussion of "An investigation of the method of accumulation analysis" by V. N. Nair. Technometrics, 28(4):295-301, 1986. Also Total Quality Management, (1990) Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 101-113. (CQPI TR 19)
  144. G. E. P. Box and R. D. Meyer. An analysis for unreplicated fractional factorials. Technometrics, 28(1):11-18, 1986. (CQPI TR 2)
  145. G. E. P. Box and R. D. Meyer. Dispersion effects from fractional designs. Technometrics, 28(1):19-27, 1986.
  146. M. H. DeGroot. A conversation with George Box. Statistical Science, 2(3):239-258, 1987.
  147. G. E. P. Box. In memoriam: William G. Hunter. Technometrics, 29(3):251-252, 1987.
  148. G. E. P. Box. Statistical design and analysis in quality improvement: The signal to noise ratio and transformation. In Proceedings of the 46th Session of ISI, Tokyo, Japan, 1987. (CQPI TR 26)
  149. G. E. P. Box and S. Bisgaard. The scientific context of quality improvement. Quality Progress, 20(6):54-61, June 1987. (CQPI TR 25)
  150. G. E. P. Box and N. R. Draper. Empirical Model-Building and Response Surfaces. Wiley, New York, 1987.
  151. G. E. P. Box and C. A. Fung. Discussion of "Performance Measures Independent of Adjustment", a paper by R. León, A. Shoemaker and R. Kackar. Technometrics, 29(3):270, 1987.
  152. G. E. P. Box, R. Kackar, V. N. Nair, M. Phadke, A. Shoemaker, and C. F. Wu. On quality practice in Japan AT&T. Statistical Research Report. Quality Progress, 20(3):37-41, March 1987. (CQPI TR 27)
  153. G. E. P. Box and R. D. Meyer. Some aspects of statistical design in quality improvement. In Proceedings from the Second International Tampere Conference in Statistics, Tampere, Finland, 1987.
  154. G. E. P. Box and R. D. Meyer. Analysis of unreplicated factorials allowing for possibly faulty observations. In Colin Mallows, editor, Design, Data, and Analysis, pages 1-12. Wiley, 1987. (CQPI TR 3)
  155. G. E. P. Box, D. A. Pierce, and P. Newbold. Estimating trend and growth rates in seasonal time series. Journal of the American Statistical Association, 82(397):276-282, 1987.
  156. R. D. Meyer and G. E. P. Box. Identification of active factors in unreplicated fractional factorial experiments. Technical Report 23, Center for Quality and Improvement, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1987.
  157. A. Peña and G. E. P. Box. Identifying simplifying structure in time series. Journal of American Statistical Association, 82(399):836-843, 1987.
  158. P. M. Berthouex, G. E. P. Box, and A. Darjatmoko. Discrimination upset analysis. Technical Report 30, Center for Quality and Improvement, University of Wisconsin-Madison, May 1988.
  159. G. E. P. Box. Signal to noise ratios, performance criteria and transformations. Technometrics, 30(l):1-17, 1988.
  160. G. E. P. Box and S. Bisgaard. Statistical tools for improving designs. Mechanical Engineering, 110(1):32-40, 1988.
  161. G. E. P. Box, S. Bisgaard, and C. A. Fung. An explanation and critique of Taguchi's contributions to quality engineering. Quality and Reliability Engineering International, 4(2):123-131, 1988. (CQPI TR 28)
  162. G. E. P. Box. When Murphy speaks – listen. Quality Progress, 22(10):79-84, October 1989. (CQPI TR 34)
  163. G. E. P. Box. Quality improvement: an expanding domain for the application of the scientific method. In Proceedings of the Royal Society Industrial Quality and Reliability, pages 139-152, 1989. (RA Fisher Memorial Lecture) (CQPI TR 31)
  164. G. E. P. Box. One important idea. Adapted from the acceptance remarks at Carnegie Mellon University on May 21, 1989, on the occasion of his receiving the honorary degree Doctor of Science, 2(3):8, 1989.
  165. G. E. P. Box. Research and training for quality improvement resources in education. Read at the American Statistical Association annual meeting, Washington D. C., 1989.
  166. I. Hau, G. E. P, Box. Constrained experimental designs, part I: Construction of projection designs. Technical Report 53, Center for Quality and Productivity Improvement, UW-Madison, 1990.
  167. I. Hau, G. E. P, Box. Constrained experimental designs, part II: Analysis of projection designs. Technical Report 54, Center for Quality and Productivity Improvement, UW-Madison, 1990.
  168. I. Hau, G. E. P, Box. Constrained experimental designs, part III: Steepest ascent and properties of projection designs. Technical Report 55, Center for Quality and Productivity Improvement, UW-Madison, 1990.
  169. G. E. P. Box, S. P. Jones. Robust product designs, part I: First-order models with design x environment interactions. Technical Report 62, Center for Quality and Productivity Improvement, UW-Madison, 1990.
  170. G. E. P. Box, S. P. Jones. Robust product designs, part II: Second-order models. Technical Report 63, Center for Quality and Productivity Improvement, UW-Madison, 1990.
  171. G. E. P. Box, S. P. Jones. Robust product designs, part III: Second-order models with additional third-order terms. Technical Report 64, Center for Quality and Productivity Improvement, UW-Madison, 1990.
  172. G. E. P. Box, L. Joiner, S. Rohan, and F. J. Sensenbrenner. Quality in the community – One City's Experience. Quality Progress, 24(24):57-63, May 1991. (CQPI TR 36)
  173. G. E. P. Box. Do interactions matter? Quality Engineering, 2(3):365-369, 1990. (CQPI TR 46)
  174. G. E. P. Box. Must we randomize our experiment? Quality Engineering, 2(4):497-502, 1990. (CQPI TR 47)
  175. G. E. P. Box. Discussion of the paper "Application in business and economic statistics – some personal views" by Harry V. Roberts. Statistical Science, 5(4):390-391, 1990.
  176. G. E. P. Box. Discussion of the paper "The unity and diversity of probability" by Glen Schafer. Statistical Science, 5(4):448-449, 1990.
  177. G. E. P. Box. Commentary on "Communications between statisticians and engineers/physical scientists" by Hoadley and Kettenring. Technometrics, 32(3):251-252, 1990.
  178. G. E. P. Box and S. Jones. An investigation of the method of accumulation analysis. Total Quality Management, 1(1):101-113, 1990.
  179. G. E. P. Box and T. Kramer. Industrial process control – a multifaceted problem. In ASQC's 44th Annual Quality Congress Transactions, pages 86-95, San Francisco, CA, 1990.
  180. Chen G. G. and G. E. P. Box. The weighting pattern of a Bayesian robust estimator. In K. D. Lawrence and J. L. Arthur, editors, Robust Regression: Analysis and Application, pages 3-21, NY, 1990. Marcel Dekker, Inc.
  181. G. E. P. Box. Good quality costs less? How come? Quality Engineering, 3(1):85-90, 1990-91. (CQPI TR 48)
  182. G. E. P. Box. A simple way to deal with missing observations from designed experiments. Quality Engineering, 3(2):249-254, 1990-91. (CQPI TR 57a)
  183. G. Box, J. Ramírez. Sequential methods in statistical process monitoring. Chapter 1: Introduction and Chapter 2: Sequential monitoring of variances . Technical Report 65, Center for Quality and Productivity Improvement, UW-Madison.
  184. G. Box, J. Ramírez. Sequential methods in statistical process monitoring. Chapter 3: Design of CUSUM charts . Technical Report 66, Center for Quality and Productivity Improvement, UW-Madison.
  185. G. Box, J. Ramírez. Sequential methods in statistical process monitoring. Chapter 4: Sequential monitoring of models, Chapter 5: Summary and future research, and Appendix: Table of ARL values. Technical Report 67, Center for Quality and Productivity Improvement, UW-Madison.
  186. G. E. P. Box. Finding bad values in factorial designs. Quality Engineering, 3(3):405-410, 1991. (CQPI TR 57b)
  187. G. E. P. Box. Understanding exponential smoothing: A simple way of forecast sales and inventory. Quality Engineering, 3(4):561-566, 1991. (CQPI TR 71a)
  188. G. E. P. Box. Feedback control by manual adjustment. Quality Engineering, 4(1):143-151, 1991-92. (CQPI TR 71b)
  189. G. E. P. Box. Bounded adjustment charts. Quality Engineering, 4(2):331-338, 1991-92. (CQPI TR 71c)
  190. B. Abraham, J. MacKey, , G. Box, R. Kacker, T. Lorenzen, J. Lucas, J. MacKay, R. Myers, J. Nelder, M. Phadke, J. Sacks, A. Shoemaker, S. Taguchi, K. Tsui, G. Vining, W. Welch, and J. Wu. Taguchi's parameter design: A panel discusison. Technometrics, 34(2):127-161, 1992. (CQPI TR 79)
  191. G. E. P. Box. Teaching engineers experimental design with a paper helicopter. Quality Engineering, 4(3):453-459, 1992. (CQPI TR 76)
  192. G. E. P. Box. What can you find out from eight experimental runs? Quality Engineering, 4(4):619-627, 1992. (CQPI TR 78a)
  193. G. E. P. Box and S. Jones. Split-plot designs for robust product experimentation. Journal of Applied Statistics, 19(1):3-26, 1992. (CQPI TR 61)
  194. G. E. P. Box and S. Jones. Designing products that are robust to the environment. Journal of Total Quality Management, 3(3):265-282, 1992. (CQPI TR 56)
  195. G. E. P. Box and T. Kramer. Statistical process control and automatic process control – a discussion. Technometrics, 34(3):251-267, 1992. (CQPI TR 41)
  196. G. E. P. Box and J. Ramírez. Cumulative score charts quality and reliability engineering. Quality and Reliability Engineering International, 8:17-27, 1992. (CQPI TR 58)
  197. L. M. Liu, G. B. Hudak, G. E. P. Box, M. E. Muller, G. C. Tiao, Forecasting and time series analysis using the SCA statistical system. Scientific Computing Association, 1992.
  198. J. Wendelberger and G. E. P. Box. Identification and estimation of sources of transmitted variation. In Proceedings of the Section on Physical and Engineering of the American Statistical Association, pages 71-76, 1992.
  199. G. E. P. Box, A. Luceño. Charts for optimal feedback control with recursive sampling and adjustment. Technical Report 89, Center for Quality and Productivity Improvement, UW-Madison, 1992.
  200. G. E. P. Box. What engineers need to learn about statistics. In Proceedings of the First Scientific Meeting of the International Association for Statistical Education, pages 23-24, Perugia, August 1993.
  201. G. E. P. Box. Quality improvement – the new industrial revolution. International Statistical Review, 61(1):3-19, 1993. (CQPI TR 74)
  202. G. E. P. Box. Process adjustment and quality control. Total Quality Management, 4(2):215-227, 1993. (CQPI TR 92)
  203. G. E. P. Box. What can you find out from sixteen experimental runs? Quality Engineering, 5(1):167-178, 1993. (CQPI TR 78b)
  204. G. E. P. Box. Sequential Experimentation and Sequential Assembly of Designs. Quality Engineering, 5(2):321-330, 1993. (CQPI TR 83)
  205. G. E. P. Box. How to Get Lucky. Quality Engineering, 5(3):517-524, 1993. (CQPI TR 84)
  206. G. E. P. Box and S. Bisgaard. What Can You Find Out From Twelve Experimental Runs? Quality Engineering, 5(4):663-668, 1993. (CQPI TR 88)
  207. G. E. P. Box, W. G. Hunter, J. S. Hunter. Estadística para Investigadores. Editorial Reverté, 2nd edición, 1993.
  208. G. E. P. Box and R. D. Meyer. Finding the active factors in fractionated screening experiments. Journal of Quality Technology, 25(2):94-105, 1993. (CQPI TR 80)
  209. G. E. P. Box. William G. Hunter: An innovator and catalyst for quality improvement. Technical Report 100, Center for Quality and Productivity Improvement, UW-Madison, 1993.
  210. G. E. P. Box and C. Fung. Is your robust design procedure robust? Quality Engineering, 6(3):503-514, 1993-94.
  211. G. E. P. Box. Statistics and quality improvement. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, 157, Part 2:209-229, 1994. (CQPI TR 179)
  212. G. E. P. Box. Changing management policy to improve quality and productivity. Quality Engineering, 6(4):719-724, 1994. (CQPI TR 108)
  213. G. E. P. Box, G. M. Jenkins, and G. C. Reinsel. Time Series Analysis: Forecasting and Control. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliff, N.J., 3 edition, 1994.
  214. G. E. P. Box and A. Luceño. Selection of sampling interval and action limit for discrete feedback adjustment. Technometrics, 36(4):369-378, 1994.
  215. G. E. P. Box. Regression analysis applied to happenstance data. Quality Engineering, 7(4):841-846, 1995. (CQPI TR 149)
  216. G. E. P. Box. Total quality: Its origins and its future. Technical Report 123, Center for Quality and Improvement, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1995.
  217. G. E. P. Box and C. Fung. The importance of data transformation in designed experiments for life testing. Quality Engineering, 7(3):625-638, 1995. (CQPI TR 121)
  218. G. E. P. Box and A. Luceño. Discrete proportional-integral control with constrained adjustment. The Statistician, 44:479-495, 1995. (CQPI TR 111)
  219. G. E. P. Box and J. Tyssedal. Projective properties of the sixteen run two-level orthogonal arrays. Technical Report 135, Center for Quality and Improvement, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1995.
  220. G. E. P. Box. Role of statistics in quality and productivity improvement. Journal of Applied Statistics, 23(1):3-20, 1996. (CQPI TR 102)
  221. G. E. P. Box. Split plot experiments. Quality Engineering, 8(3):515-520, 1996. (CQPI TR 131)
  222. G. E. P. Box. Scientific statistics, teaching, learning and the computer. Technical Report 146, Center for Quality and Improvement, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1996. (Reissued in 1998 as "Scientific learning") (CQPI TR 146)
  223. P.M. Berthouex and G. E. P. Box. Time series models for forecasting wastewater treatment plant performance. Technical Report 139, Center for Quality and Improvement, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1996.
  224. G. E. P. Box and A. Luceño. The anatomy and robustness of discrete proportional-integral adjustment and its application to statistical process control. Technical Report 143, Center for Quality and Improvement, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1996.
  225. W. Stewart, T. Henson, and G. E. P. Box. Model discrimination and criticism with single-response data. American Institute of Chemical Engineers Journal, 42(11):3055-62, 1996. (CQPI TR 138)
  226. R. D. Meyer, D. M. Steinberg, and G. E. P. Box. Follow-up designs to resolve confounding in multifactor experiments. Technometrics, 38(4):303-313, 1996. (CQPI TR 122)
  227. G. E. P. Box and J. Tyssedal. Projective properties of certain orthogonal arrays. Biometrika, 83(4):950-955, 1996. (CQPI TR 116)
  228. G. E. P. Box. Scientific method: The generation of knowledge and quality. Quality Progress, 30(1):47-50, 1997.
  229. G. E. P. Box, D. E. Coleman, and R. V. Baxley, Jr. A comparison of statitical process control and engineering process control. Journal of Quality Technology, 29(2):128-130, 1997.
  230. G. E. P. Box and A. Luceño. Discrete proportional-integral adjustment and statistical process control. Journal of Quality Technology, 29(3):248-260, 1997.
  231. G. E. P. Box and A. Luceño. Statistical Control by Monitoring and Feedback Adjustment. Wiley, New York, 1997.
  232. G. E. P Box. Quality Quandaries. Multiple sources of variation: Variance components. Quality Engineering, 11(1):171-174, 1998.
  233. G. E. P. Box and A. Luceño. Quality quandaries – models, assumptions and robustness. Quality Engineering, 10(3):595-598, 1998. (CQPI TR 162)
  234. W. Stewart, Y. Shon, and G. E. P. Box. Discrimination and goodness of fit of multi-responsive mechanistic models. American Institute of Chemical Engineers Journal, 44(6):1404-1412, 1998.
  235. G. E. P. Box, P. Y. T. Liu. Product design with response surface methods. Technical Report 150, Center for Quality and Productivity Improvement, UW-Madison, 1998.
  236. G. E. P. Box, P. Y. T. Liu. Statistics as a catalyst to learning by scientific method. Part I – An example. Journal of Quality Technology, 31(1):1-15, 1999. (PDF)
  237. G. E. P. Box and P. Liu. Statistics as a Catalyst to Learning by Scientific Method Part I – An Example. Journal of Quality Technology, 31(1):1-15, 1999.
  238. G. E. P. Box. Statistics as a catalyst to learning by scientific method. Part II – Discussion. Journal of Quality Technology, 31(1):16-29,67-72, 1999. (CQPI TR 172)
  239. G. E. P. Box. Use of cusum statistics in the analysis of data and in process monitoring. Quality Engineering, 11(3):495-498, 1999. (CQPI TR 170)
  240. G. E. P. Box and A. Luceño. Six sigma, process drift, capability indices, and feedback adjustment. Quality Engineering, 12(3):297-302, 1999. (CQPI TR 176)
  241. G. E. P. Box. The Invention of the Composite Design. Quality Engineering, 12(1):119-122, 1999-2000.
  242. R. H. Myers, D. C. Montgomery, N. Doganaksoy, G. J. Hahn, J.S . Hunter, A. I. Khuri, D. K. J. Lin, G. E. P. Box. Response surface methodology: current status and future directions. Discussion. Authors' reply. Journal of Quality Technology 31(1):30-74. (1999)
  243. G. E. P. Box. Box on Quality and Discovery. Wiley, New York, 2000. (Eds. C. Tiao, Soren Bisgaard, William J. Hill, Daniel Peña, Stephen M. Stigler).
  244. G. E. P. Box, S. Graves, S. Bisgaard, J. Van Gilder, K. Marko, J. James, M. Seifer, M. Poublon, and F. Fondale. Detecting malfunctions in dynamic systems. Technical Report 2000-01-0363, Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 2000. (CQPI TR 173)
  245. G. E. P. Box and A. Luceño. Influence of the sampling interval, decision limit, and autocorreclation on the average run length in cusum charts. Journal of Applied Statistics, 12(2):177-183, 2000. (CQPI TR 169)
  246. G. E. P. Box and S. Jones. Split plots for robust product and process experimentation. Quality Engineering, 13(1):127-134, 2000-01. (CQPI TR 178)
  247. G. E. P. Box. Statistics for discovery. Journal of Applied Statistics, 28(3-4):285-299, 2001. (CQPI TR 179)
  248. G. E. P. Box. Comparisons, Absolute values, and how i got to go to the Folies Berg`eres. Quality Engineering, 14(1):167-169, 2001.
  249. G. E. P. Box and I. Hau. Experimental design when there are one or more factor constraints. Journal of Applied Statistics, 28(8):973-989, 2001.
  250. G. E. P. Box and J. Tyssedal. Sixteen run designs of high projectivity for factor screening. Communications in Statistics, Part B, 30(2):217-228, 2001.
  251. G. E. P. Box and A. Luceño. Feedforward as a supplement to feedback adjustment in allowing for feedstock changes. Journal of Applied Statistics, 29(8):1241-1254, 2002. (CQPI TR 180)
  252. Daniel Peña. George Box: An interview with the International Journal of Forecasting. International Journal of Forecasting, 17(1):1-9, 2001.
  253. G. E. P. Box, S. Bisgaard, S. Graves, M. Kulahci, K. Marko, J. James, J. Van Gilder, T. Ting, H. Zatorski, and C. Wu. Performance evaluation of dynamic monitoring systems: The waterfall chart. Quality Engineering, 16(2):183-191, 2003.
  254. M. Kulahci and G. E. P. Box. Catalysis of discovery and development in engineering and industry. Quality Engineering, 15(3):509-513, 2003.
  255. G. E. P. Box, J. S. Hunter, and W. G. Hunter. Statistics for Experimenters. Wiley, Hoboken, N. J., 2nd edition, 2005.
  256. G. E. P. Box. Improving Almost Anything: Ideas and Essays. Wiley, Hoboken, N. J., Revised edition, 2006.
  257. G. E. P. Box and C. Paniagua-Quiñones. Two Charts: Not One. Quality Engineering, 19(1):93-100, 2007.
  258. G. E. P. Box, G. M. Jenkins, and G. C. Reinsel. Time Series Analysis: Forecasting and Control. Wiley, Hoboken, N. J., 4th edition, 2007.
  259. C. Paniagua-Quiñones and G. E. P. Box. Use of strip-strip-block design for multi-stage processes to reduce costs of experimentation. Quality Engineering, 20:1, 46-52, 2008.
  260. C. Paniagua-Quiñones and G. E. P. Box. A post-fractionated strip-strip-block design for multi-stage processes. Quality Engineering, 21:2, 156-167, 2009.
  261. G. E. P. Box, A. Luceño, and M. C. Paniagua-Quiñones. Statistical Control by Monitoring and Adjustment. Wiley, Hoboken, N. J., 2nd edition, 2009.
  262. G. E. P. Box, Surendar Narasimhan. Rethinking statistics for quality control. Quality Engineering, 22(2):60-72, 2010.
  263. G. E. P. Box, W. H. Woodall. Innovation, quality engineering, and statistics. Quality Engineering, 24(1):20-20, 2011.
  264. G. E. P. Box. An Accidental Statistician: The Life and Memories of George E. P. Box. Wiley, Hoboken, N. J., 2013.

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