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Dr Catriona Queen

Profile summary

Professional biography

I am a Senior Lecturer in Statistics in the School of Mathematics and Statistics. I joined the Open University in 2000 having previously been a Lecturer in Statistics at Kent University and the University of Nottingham. I have a BSc in Mathematics and Statistics and a PhD in Statistics, both from Warwick University.

Research interests

My main research interests are in Bayesian dynamic models, multivariate forecasting and dynamic Bayes nets.

Teaching interests

I am currently mainly involved in writing our new level 3 statistics module M348 Applied Statistical Modelling. Prior to that, I was heavily involved in the writing of the second editon of our level 2 statistics module M248 Analysing Data and our level 3 statistics module M347 Mathematical Statistics, and also wrote part of our level 2 module M249 Practical Modern Statistics.

Publications

Dynamic chain graph models for time series network data (2017)
Anacleto, Osvaldo and Queen, Catriona
Bayesian Analysis, 12(2) (pp. 491-509)


Forecasting multivariate road traffic flows using Bayesian dynamic graphical models, splines and other traffic variables (2013-06)
Anacleto Junior, Osvaldo; Queen, Catriona and Albers, Casper
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Statistics, 55(2) (pp. 69-86)


Multivariate forecasting of road traffic flows in the presence of heteroscedasticity and measurement errors (2013-03)
Anacleto Junior, Osvaldo; Queen, Catriona and Albers, Casper
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series C (Applied Statistics), 62(2) (pp. 251-270)


Intervention and causality: forecasting traffic flows using a dynamic Bayesian network (2009-06-01)
Queen, Catriona and Albers, Casper
Journal of the American Statistical Association, 104(486) (pp. 669-681)


Forecast covariances in the linear multiregression dynamic model (2008-03)
Queen, Catriona M.; Wright, Ben J. and Albers, Casper J.
Journal of Forecasting, 27(2) (pp. 175-191)


Eliciting a directed acyclic graph for a multivariate time series of vehicle counts in a traffic network (2007-09)
Queen, Catriona M.; Wright, Ben J. and Albers, Casper J.
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Statistics, 49(3) (pp. 221-239)


Modelling a traffic network with missing data (2000-12)
Whitlock, Mark E. and Queen, Catriona M.
Journal of Forecasting, 19(7) (pp. 561-574)