Lynda White is Principal Teaching Fellow in Experimental Design in the Department of Mathematics and also one of the Imperial College Tutors. Her research interests are in Experimental Design and she has designed numerous experiments for other departments in the College. Lynda has also designed and analysed several of the College's TOAST surveys of academic staff time. In November 2003 she appeared in the BBC Horizon programme on"The Bible Code" which presented an experiment to examine a claim that the book of Genesis contains hidden messages for mankind. She is currently semi retired.
M3S11/M4S11 Games, Risks and Decisions
WHITE LV, WELCH WJ, 1981, A METHOD FOR CONSTRUCTING VALID RESTRICTED RANDOMIZATION SCHEMES USING THE THEORY OF D-OPTIMAL DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series B-methodological, Vol:43, ISSN:0035-9246, Pages:167-172
WHITE LV, 1973, EXTENSION OF GENERAL EQUIVALENCE THEOREM TO NONLINEAR MODELS, Biometrika, Vol:60, ISSN:0006-3444, Pages:345-348