### Technical Reports Numbered 1- 527

**K. C. S. Pillai**.

*On the moments of elementary symmetric functions of the roots of two matrices and approximations to their distributions.*Read Full Report

2.

**M. F. Neuts**.

*An inventory model with an optional time lag.*Read Full Report

3.

**S. S. Gupta and K. C. S. Pillai**.

*On the distribution of a linear function of ordered correlated normal random variables with emphasis on range.*Read Full Report

4. (1963)

**M. S. Patel**.

*On selecting the factors of experimentation.*Read Full Report

5. (1963)

**S. S. Gupta, B. K. Shah**.

*Exact moments and percentage points of the order statistics and the distribution of the range from the logistic distribution.*Read Full Report

6. (1963)

**M. S. Patel**.

*A note on Watson's paper.*Read Full Report

7. (1963)

**M. F. Neuts**.

*Generating functions for Markov renewal processes.*Read Full Report

8. (1963)

**K. C. S. Pillai**.

*On the non-central distribution of the sum of two characteristic roots and the monotonicity of the power function of associated tests.*Read Full Report

9. (1963)

**K. C. S. Pillai**.

*On the distribution of the largest of seven roots of a matrix in multivariate analysis.*Read Full Report

10.

**P. H. Randolph**.

*A simple model for studying active defense against ballistic missiles.*Read Full Report

11.

**K. C. S. Pillai**.

*On the non-central multivariate beta distribution and the moments of traces of some matrices.*Read Full Report

12. (1964)

**Y. S. Chow**.

*A martingale convergence theorem of Ward's type.*Read Full Report

13.

**S. S. Gupta, K. C. S. Pillai**.

*On linear functions of ordered correlated normal random variables.*Read Full Report

14.

**Y. S. Chow**.

*Local convergence of martingales and law of large numbers.*Read Full Report

15.

**S. S. Gupta, M. N. Gnanadesikan**.

*Estimation of the parameters of the logistic distribution.*Read Full Report

16. (1964)

**Y. S. Chow, H. Robbins**.

*On optimal stopping rules for s*Read Full Report

_{n}/n.17. (1964)

**K. C. S. Pillai**.

*On the moments of elementary symmetric functions of the roots of two matrices.*Read Full Report

18. (1964)

**M. F. Neuts**.

*The single server queue with Poisson input and semi-Markov service times, I.*Read Full Report

19. (1964)

**S. S. Gupta, M. N. Waknis**.

*A system of inequalities for the incomplete gamma functions and the normal integral.*Read Full Report

20. (1964)

**M. F. Neuts**.

*The single server queue with Poisson input and semi-Markov service times, II.*Read Full Report

21. (1965)

**S. S. Gupta**.

*On some multiple decision (selection and ranking) rules.*Published in Technometrics, Vol. 7, No. 2, May 1965.

22. (1964)

**K. C. S. Pillai**.

*On the distribution of the largest characteristic root of a matrix in multivariate analysis.*Read Full Report

23. (1964)

**K. C. S. Pillai**.

*On elementary symmetric functions of the roots of two matrices in multivariate analysis.*Read Full Report

24. (1964)

**S. M. Samuels**.

*On a Chebyshev-type inequality for sums of independent random variables.*Published in the Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 37, pp. 248-259, 1966.

25. (1964)

**M. F. Neuts**.

*The single server queue with Poisson input and semi-Markov service times III.*Read Full Report

26. (1964)

**M. F. Neuts**.

*The busy period of a queue with batch service.*Read Full Report

27. (1964)

**S. M. Samuels**.

*On the number of successes in independent trials.*Published in the Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 36, pp. 1271-1278, 1965.

28. (1963)

**Y. S. Chow, S. Moriguti, H. Robbins, S. M. Samuels**.

*Optimal selection based on relative rank (the "Secretary Problem").*Published in Israel Journal of Mathematics, Vol. 2, pp. 81-90, 1964.

29. (1964)

**R. E. Barlow, S. S. Gupta**.

*Distribution-Free life test sampling plans. (Now in reprint form).*Read Full Report

30. (1965)

**Y. S. Chow, H. Robbins**.

*On the asymptotic theory of fixed-width sequential confidence intervals for the mean.*Published in The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 26, No. 2, April, 1965.

31. (1965)

**S. S. Gupta**.

*Selection and ranking procedures and order statistics for the binomial distribution. Reprints not available.*Published in Classical and Contagious Discrete Distributions, Editor G. P. Patil, Pergamm Press and Statistical Publishing Society, 1965.

32. (1964)

**Y. S. Chow, H. Robbins, H. Teicher**.

*Moments of randomly stopped sums.*Read Full Report

33. (1964)

**R. G. Khazanie, H. E. McKean**.

*A mendelian Markov process with binomial transition probabilities.*Read Full Report

34. (1964)

**K. C. S. Pillai, A. K. Gupta**.

*On the moments of the second elementary symmetric function of the roots of a matrix.*Read Full Report

35. (1965)

**C. G. Khatri, K. C. S. Pillai**.

*Some results on the non-central multivariate beta distribution and moments of traces of two matrices.*Read Full Report

36. (1965)

**R. G. Khazanie, H. E. McKean**.

*A mendelian Markov process with multinomial transition probabilities.*Read Full Report

37. (1965)

**M. F. Neuts**.

*Semi-Markov analysis of a bulk queue.*Read Full Report

38. (1965)

**C. G. Khatri, K. C. S. Pillai**.

*Further results on the non-central multivariate beta distribution and moments of traces of two matrices.*Read Full Report

39. (1965)

**K. C. S. Pillai**.

*On a class of multivariate test criteria.*Read Full Report

40. (1965)

**P. H. Randolph**.

*A special team decision problem and its solution through stochastic programming.*Read Full Report

41. (1965)

**Y. S. Chow**.

*On the moments of some one-sided rules.*Read Full Report

42.

**Y. S. Chow, H. Robbins**.

*On optimal stopping in a class of uniform games.*Published in the Proceedings of the Fifth Berkeley Symposium on Mathematical Statistics and Probability (June 21-July 18, 1965 and December 27, 1965 - January 7, 1966).

43. (1965)

**S. S. Gupta**. On some selection and ranking procedures for multivariate normal populations using distance functions. Read Full Report

44. (1966)

**R. A. McLean, V. L. Anderson**.

*Extreme vertices design of mixture experiments.*Published in Technometrics, Vol. 8, No. 3, August 1966.

45. (1965)

**J. J. Deely**. Multiple decision procedures from an empirical Bayes approach. Read Full Report

46. (1965)

**M. F. Neuts**.

*A general class of bulk queues with Poisson input.*Read Full Report

47. (1965)

**M. F. Neuts**.

*An alternative proof of a theorem of Takacs on the GI/M/1 queue.*Read Full Report

48. (1966)

**B. K. Shah**.

*On the bivariate moments of order statistics from a logistic distribution and applications.*Published in the Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 37, No. 4, August, 1966.

49. (1965)

**S. S. Gupta, J. J. Deely**. On the properties of subset selection procedures. (Now in reprint form). Read Full Report

50. (1965)

**K. C. S. Pillai, A. K. Gupta**.

*On the distribution of the second elementary symmetric function of the roots of a matrix.*Read Full Report

51. (1965)

**K. C. S. Pillai**.

*On the non-central distributions of the largest roots of two matrices in multivariate analysis.*Read Full Report

52. (1965)

**S. S. Gupta, A. S. Qureishi, B. K. Shah**.

*Best linear unbiased estimators of the parameters of the logistic distribution using order statistics.*Read Full Report

53. (1965)

**P. T. Holmes**.

*On some spectral properties of a transition matrix I.*Read Full Report

54.

**Y. S. Chow, H. Robbins**.

*On values associated with a stochastic sequence.*Published in the Proceedings of the Fifth Berkeley Symposium on Mathematical Statistics and Probability (June 21-July 18, 1965 and December 27, 1965 - January 7, 1966).

55. (1965)

**H. Park**. Limit theorems for winsorized mean and wrong-model likelihood estimation. Read Full Report

56.

**S. M. Samuels, T. W. Anderson**.

*Some inequalities among binomial and Poisson probabilities.*Published in the Proceedings of the Fifth Berkeley Symposium on Mathematical Statistics and Probability (June 21-July 18, 1965 and December 27, 1965 - January 7, 1966), Vol. 1, pp. 1-12, 1967.

57. (1966)

**W. J. Studden, S. Karlin**. Optimal experimental designs. (Now in reprint form). Published in The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 37, No. 4, August, 1966.

58. (1965)

**S. S. Gupta, W. J. Studden**.

*On some selection and ranking procedures with applications to multivariate populations.*Read Full Report

59. (1965)

**Y. S. Chow, H. Teicher**.

*On second moments of stopping rules.*Read Full Report

60. (1965)

**J. S. Maybee**.

*Remarks on the theory of cycles in matrices.*Read Full Report

61. (1967)

**K. C. S. Pillai, K. Jayachandran**.

*Power comparisons of tests of two multivariate hypotheses based on four criteria.*Published in Biometrika, 54, 1 and 2, p. 195, 1967.

62. (1966)

**P. T. Holmes**. Semi-regular functions in Markov chains. Read Full Report

63. (1966)

**Y. S. Chow**.

*Some convergence theorems for independent random variables.*Published in The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 37, No. 6, December 1966.

64. (1966)

**C. G. Khatri, K. C. S. Pillai**. On the moments of traces of two matrices in multivariate analysis. Published in the Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. 143-156, 1967.

65. (1966)

**G. Baxter**.

*Local weights which determine area, and the Ising model.*Published in the Journal of Mathematical Physics, Vol. 8, No. 3, March 1967.

66. (1966)

**K. Nagel**. On selecting a subset containing the best of several discrete distributions. Read Full Report

67. (1966)

**R. A. McLean, M. F. Neuts**.

*The integral of a step function defined on a semi-Markov process.*Read Full Report

68. (1966)

**C. G. Khatri, K. C. S. Pillai**.

*On the moments of the trace of a matrix and approximations to its non-central distribution.*Read Full Report

69. (1967)

**H. Teicher**.

*A dominated-ergodic-type theorem. (Now in reprint form).*Published in Z. Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie verw. Geb. 8, pp. 113-116, 1967.

70. (1966)

**M. F. Neuts, S. Zacks**. On mixtures of χ

^{2}and F distributions which yield distributions of the same family. Read Full Report

71. (1968)

**S. M. Samuels**.

*Randomized rules for the two-armed-bandit with finite memory.*Published in the Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 39, No. 6, pp. 2103-2107, 1968.

72. (1966)

**K. C. S. Pillai**. On the non-central distributions of the largest roots of two matrices and some percentage points. Read Full Report

73. (1966)

**M. F. Neuts**.

*Points in the convex hull of a finite point set.*Published in Simon Stevin, Wis-en Natuurkundig Tijdschrift, 40e Jaargang, Aflevering II (Oktober 1966)

74. (1966)

**M. F. Neuts**. On maximum values in certain applied stochastic processes. Read Full Report

75.

**H. Robbins**.

*Testing a hypothesis about Markov chains. We do not have any more copies of this paper in the mimeo series.*

76. (1966)On the distribution of the largest characteristic root of a matrix and percentage points. Read Full Report

76. (1966)

**K. C. S. Pillai**.77. (1966)

**S. S. Gupta, K. Nagel**.

*On selection and ranking procedures and order statistics from the multinomial distribution.*Read Full Report

78. (1968)

**K. C. S. Pillai, C. G. Khatri**.

*On the moments of elementary symmetric functions of the roots of two matrices and approximations to a distribution.*Published in The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 39, No. 4, pp. 1274-1281, 1968.

79. (1967)

**M. F. Neuts**. Waiting times between record observations. Published in the Journal of Applied Probability, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 206-208, April 1967.

80. (1966)

**Y. S. Chow**.

*On the expected value of a stopped submartingale.*Read Full Report

81. (1966)

**S. S. Gupta, W. J. Studden**.

*Some aspects of selection and ranking procedures with applications.*Read Full Report

82. (1967)

**I. W. Burr**.

*Notes: A useful approximation to the normal distribution function, with application to simulation.*Published in Technometrics, Vol. 9, No. 4, pp. 647-651, November 1967.

83. (1966)

**L. J. Cote**. Two-dimensional spectral analysis. Read Full Report

84. (1966)

**P. T. Holmes**.

*On non-dissipative Markov chains.*Read Full Report

85. (1966)

**A. J. Boes**.

*Conditional probability on a σ-complete Boolean algebras.*Read Full Report

86. (1966)

**I. W. Burr, P. J. Cislak**.

*On a general system of distributions and the distribution of the sample median.*Read Full Report

87. (1969)

**Y. S. Chow**.

*On optimal stopping rules for independent random variables.*Read Full Report

88. (1966)

**I. W. Burr**.

*On the distribution of range for a general system of distributions.*Read Full Report

89. (1967)

**W. J. Studden**.

*On selecting a subset of k populations containing the best.*Published in The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 38, No. 4, pp. 1072-1078, August, 1967.

90. (1966)

**K. C. S. Pillai**. On the distribution of the largest root of a matrix in multivariate analysis. Read Full Report

91. (1966)

**J. J. Deely**.

*Sequential selection of the best of k populations.*Read Full Report

92. (1966)

**M. F. Neuts**.

*The queue with Poisson input and general service times, treated as a branching process.*Read Full Report

93. (1967)

**I. W. Burr**.

*The effect of non-normality on constants for measurement control charts using ranges.*Published in Industrial Quality Control, Vol. 23, No. 11, pp. 563-569, May, 1967.

94. (1967)

**Y. S. Chow**. On a strong law of large numbers for martingales. Published in The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 38, No. 2, p. 610, April 1967.

95. (1967)

**H. Teicher**.

*Identifiability of mixtures of product measures.*Published in The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 38, No. 4, pp. 1300-1302, August 1967.

96. (1967)

**M. F. Neuts**. Two Markov chains, arising from examples of queues with state-dependent service times. Published in Sankhya, The Indian Journal of Statistics, Series A, Vol. 29, Part 3, pp. 259-264, 1967.

97. (1969)

**M. N. Tata**.

*On outstanding values in a sequence of random variables.*Published in Z. Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie verw. Geb. 12, pp. 9-20, 1969.

98. (1966)

**Y. S. Chow**. Convergence of sums of squares of martingale differences. Read Full Report

99.

**P. S. Puri**.

*Some limit theorems on branching processes and certain related processes.*Read Full Report

100. (1968)

**C. G. Khatri, K. C. S. Pillai**.

*On the non-central distributions of two test criteria in multivariate analysis of variance.*Published in The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 29, No. 1, pp. 215-228, 1968.

101. (1968)

**K. C. S. Pillai, A. K. Gupta**. On the non-central distribution of the second elementary symmetric function of the roots of a matrix. Published in The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 29, No. 3, pp. 833-839, 1968.

102. (1967)

**K. C. S. Pillai, C. O. Dotson**.

*On the distribution of an elementary symmetric function of the roots of a matrix. We do not have any more copies of this paper in the mimeo series.*Read Full Report

103. (1967)

**H. Teicher**.

*Martingale version of a dominated ergodic type theorem.*Published in Z. Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie und View, 1967.

104. (1967)

**Y. S. Chow**. A martingale version of a theorem of Marcinkiewicz and Zygmund. Read Full Report

105. (1967)

**P. S. Puri**.

*Selection procedures based on ranks: Scale parameter case.*Read Full Report

106. (1967)

**L. Stone**.

*On the distribution of the maximum of a semi-Markov process.*Read Full Report

107. (1967)

**J. L. Teugels**.

*On the rate of convergence in renewal and Markov renewal processes.*Read Full Report

108. (1967)

**K. C. S. Pillai, C. Dotson**.

*Power comparisons of tests of two multivariate hypotheses based on individual characteristic roots. (Now in reprint form).*Read Full Report

109. (1967)

**T. F. Lin**.

*On Bishop's upcrossing inequality.*Read Full Report

110. (1967)

**M. F. Neuts**.

*Two queues in series with a finite, intermediate waitingroom.*Read Full Report

111. (1967)

**M. F. Neuts**.

*Controlling a lethal growth process.*Read Full Report

112. (1967)

**J. Yackel**.

*A characterization of normal Markov chains.*Read Full Report

113. (1967)

**W. F. Stout**.

*Some results on almost sure and complete convergence in the independent and martingale cases.*Read Full Report

114. (1967)

**K. Jayachandran**.

*Non-central distributions of some multivariate test criteria and associated powers of test.*Read Full Report

115. (1967)

**K. C. S. Pillai, K. Jayachandran**.

*On the exact distribution of Pillai's V*Read Full Report

^{(s)}criterion.116. (1967)

**M. F. Neuts**.

*The joint distribution of the virtual waitingtime and the residual busy period for the M/G/1 queue.*Read Full Report

117. (1967)

**R. F. Gundy**.

*A decomposition for L*Read Full Report

^{1}-bounded martingales.118. (1967)

**W. J. Studden**.

*Optimal designs on Tchebycheff points.*Read Full Report

119. (1967)

**S. S. Gupta**.

*On selection and ranking procedures.*Read Full Report

120. (1967)

**S. S. Gupta, S. Panchapakesan**.

*Order statistics arising from independent binomial populations.*Read Full Report

121. (1967)

**P. S. Puri**.

*A note on Gani's models on phage attachment to bacteria.*Read Full Report

122.

**P. S. Puri**.

*Interconnected birth and death processes.*Read Full Report

123. (1967)

**K. C. S. Pillai, S. Al-Ani**.

*On some distribution problems concerning characteristic roots and vectors in multivariate analysis.*Read Full Report

124. (1967)

**E. Samuel**.

*Sequential maximum likelihood estimation of the size of a population.*Read Full Report

125. (1967)

**K. C. S. Pillai, S. Al-Ani**.

*On the distribution of some functions of the roots of a covariance matrix and non-central Wilk's Λ.*Read Full Report

126. (1967)

**M. F. Neuts, J. L. Teugels**.

*Exponential ergodicity of the M/G/1 queue.*Read Full Report

127. (1967)

**M. F. Neuts**.

*Are many functions on the positive integers one-to-one?*Read Full Report

128. (1967)

**K. C. S. Pillai**.

*On the moment generating function of Pillai's V*Read Full Report

^{s}criterion.129. (1967)

**K. C. S. Pillai, T. Sugiyama**.

*Non-central distributions of the largest latent roots of three matrices in multivariate analysis.*Read Full Report

130. (1967)

**P. S. Puri**.

*A study through a Markov chain of a population undergoing certain mating systems in the presence of linkage.*Read Full Report

131. (1967)

**T. Sugiyama**.

*On the joint distribution of the largest latent root and the smallest latent root of the covariance matrix and the distribution of their ratio.*Read Full Report

132.

**R. E. Barlow, S. S. Gupta**.

*Selection procedures for restricted families of probability distributions.*Published in Contributions in Statistics and Agricultural Sciences, Presented to Dr. V. G. Panse, pp. 127-141.

133. (1967)

**R. E. Barlow, S. S. Gupta, S. Panchapakesan**. On the distribution of the maximum and minimum of ratios of order statistics. Read Full Report

134. (1967)

**W. J. Studden**.

*A generalization of Bernstein's theorem and a differential inversion formula (Now in reprint form).*Read Full Report

135.

**P. S. Puri**.

*A model with mixed self-fertilization and random mating the the presence of linkage. We do not have any more copies of this paper in the mimeo series.*

136. (1968)The transient behavior of the queue with alternating priorities, with special reference to the waitingtimes. Read Full Report

136. (1968)

**M. F. Neuts, M. Yadin**.137.

**S. Al-Ani**.

*On the non-central distributions of the second largest roots of three matrices in multivariate analysis.*Published in Canadian Mathematical Bulletin, Vol. 13, pp. 299-304, 1970.

138. (1968)

**K. C. S. Pillai, A. K. Gupta**. On the exact distribution of Wilks' criterion. Read Full Report

139. (1968)

**A. K. Gupta**.

*Some central and non-central distribution problems in multivariate analysis.*Read Full Report

140.

**M. F. Neuts**.

*A working bibliography on Markov renewal processes and their applications. We do not have any more copies of this paper in the mimeo series.*

141. (1968)Monotone convergence of binomial probabilities and a generalization of Ramanujan's equation. Published in the Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 39, pp. 1191-1195, 1968.

141. (1968)

**K. Jogdeo, S. M. Samuels**.142. (1968)

**Y. S. Chow, W. J. Studden**.

*Monotonicity of the variance under truncation and variations of Jensen's inequality.*Read Full Report

143. (1968)

**C. G. Khatri**.

*Further contributions to some inequalities for normal distributions and their applications to simultaneous confidence bounds.*Read Full Report

144.

**Y. S. Chow, W. J. Studden**.

*On the monotonicity of E*Published in The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 39, No. 5, p. 1755, 1968.

^{p}(S^{t}/t).145. (1968)

**S. Al-Ani**. On the distribution of the

*i*th latent root under null hypothesis concerning complex multivariate normal populations. Read Full Report

146. (1968)

**P. S. Puri**.

*Some new results in the mathematical theory of phage-reproduction.*Read Full Report

147. (1968)

**K. C. S. Pillai, T. C. Chang**.

*On the distributions of Hotelling's T*Read Full Report

_{0}^{2}for three latent roots and the smallest root of a covariance matrix.148. (1968)

**D. S. Moore**.

*Asymptotically nearly efficient estimators of multivariate location parameters (now in reprint form).*Read Full Report

Published in Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 40, pp. 1809-1823, 1969.

149. (1968)

**C. G. Khatri**.

*Non-central distributions of*Published in the Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathemtics, Vol. 21, No. 1, pp. 23-32, 1969.

*i*th largest characteristic roots of three matrices concerning complex multivariate normal populations.150.

**K. C. S. Pillai, S. Al-Ani**. Non-central distributions of the smallest and second smallest roots of matrices in multivariate analysis. Read Full Report

151. (1968)

**K. C. S. Pillai, G. M. Jouris**.

*On the moments of elementary symmetric functions of the roots of two matrices.*Read Full Report

152.

**V. L. Anderson**.

*Factorial experiments versus split plot designs.*

153. (1968)

**E. M. Klimko**. On spreading partitions and entropy in infinite measure spaces. Read Full Report

154. (1968)

**E. M. Klimko**.

*A uniform operator ergodic theorem.*Read Full Report

155. (1968)

**S. M. Samuels**.

*More on a Chebyshev-Type Inequality for Sums of Independent Random Variables.*Read Full Report

156. (1968)

**M. F. Neuts, S. S. Nair**.

*A priority rule based on the ranking of the service-times for the M/G/1 queue.*Read Full Report

157. (1968)

**T. Lin**.

*A discussion on Brownian motion of 1-dimensional, continuous mechanical system in a viscous medium.*Read Full Report

158.

**M. F. Neuts**.

*The queue with Poisson input and general service times, treated as a branching process.*Published in Duke Mathematical Journal, Vol. 36, pp. 215-231, 1969.

159. (1969)

**B. M. Brown**. Moments of a stopping rule related to the central limit theorem. Published in The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 40, No. 4, pp. 1236-1249, 1969.

160. (1968)

**C. G. Khatri, K. C. S. Pillai**.

*Distributions of vectors corresponding to the largest roots of three matrices.*Read Full Report

161. (1968)

**C. G. Khatri**.

*On the moments of traces of two matrices in three situations for complex multivariate normal populations.*Read Full Report

162. (1968)

**S. Al-Ani**.

*Some distribution problems concerning characteristic roots and vectors in multivariate analysis.*Read Full Report

163. (1969)

**S. S. Gupta, S. Panchapakesan**.

*Some selection and ranking procedures for multivariate normal populations.*Published in Multivariate Analysis, Vol. 2, pp. 475-505. 1969.

164. (1968)

**G. M. Jouris**. On the non-central distributions of Wilks' - for the test of three hypotheses. Read Full Report

165. (1968)

**T. C. Chang**.

*On an asymptotic representation of the distribution of the characteristic roots of S1S2-1.*Read Full Report

166. (1968)

**D. J. VanArman**.

*Classification of experimental designs relative to polynomial spline regression functions.*Read Full Report

167. (1968)

**H. Rubin**.

*Decision theoretic approach to some multivariate problems.*Read Full Report

168. (1968)

**E. G. Henrichon, D. S. Moore**.

*Uniform consistency of some estimates of a density function.*Read Full Report

Published in Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 40, pp. 1499-1502, 1969.

169. (1968)

**A. Barron**.

*A class of sequential multiple decision procedures.*Read Full Report

170.

**A. K. Jain, F. F. Leimkuhler, V. L. Anderson**.

*A statistical model of book use and its application to the book storage problem.*Published in American Statistical Association Journal, pp. 1211-1224, Dec. 1969.

171. (1972)

**S. S. Gupta, S. Panchapakesan**. On a class of selection and ranking procedures. Published in The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 43, No. 3, pp. 814-822, 1972.

172. (1968)

**W. J. Studden, D. J. VanArman.**.

*Admissible designs for polynomial spline regression.*Read Full Report

173. (1970)

**M. F. Neuts**.

*Two servers in series, studies in terms of a Markov renewal branching process.*Published in Advances in Applied Probability, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 110-149, 1970.

174. (1969)

**G. McDonald**. On some distribution-free ranking and selection procedures. Read Full Report

175. (1968)

**E. M. Klimko, J. Yackel**.

*Entropy of first return partitions of a Markov chain.*Read Full Report

176. (1969)

**K. C. S. Pillai, H. C. Li**.

*Monotonicity of the power functions of some tests of hypotheses concerning multivariate complex normal distributions.*Read Full Report

177.

**V. L. Anderson**.

*An analysis of variance modeling technique to aid in designing experiments. See #210 for a revised version.*

178. (1969)On Asymptotic expansions of the distributions of the characteristic roots of two matrices. Read Full Report

178. (1969)

**T. C. Chang**.179. (1969)

**G. M. Jouris**.

*On classical and complex multivariate normal distribution problems.*Read Full Report

180. (1969)

**T. C. Chang**.

*On an asymptotic representation of the distribution of the characteristic roots of S*Read Full Report

_{1}S_{2}^{-1}when roots are not all distinct.181. (1969)

**K. C. S. Pillai, G. M. Jouris**.

*An approximation to the distribution of the largest root of a matrix and percentage points.*Read Full Report

182. (1969)

**K. C. S. Pillai, G. M. Jouris**.

*Some distribution problems in the multivariate complex Gaussian case.*Read Full Report

183. (1969)

**H. C. Li**.

*The distribution of characteristic vectors corresponding to the two largest roots of a matrix.*Read Full Report

184. (1969)

**K. C. S. Pillai, T. C. Chang**.

*An approximation to the C. D. F. of the largest root of a covariance matrix.*Published in the Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, 6 (Suppl.), pp. 115-124, 1970.

185. (1969)

**M. Grossman**. (Thesis) A genetic and biometrical study of growth in chickens. Read Full Report

186.

**S. M. Samuels**.

*The Markov inequality for sums of independent random variables.*Published in the Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 40, pp. 1980-1984, 1969.

187. (1969)

**J. Yackel**. Inequalities and asymptotic bounds for Ramsey numbers. Read Full Report

188. (1969)

**D. S. Moore**.

*Asymptotically nearly efficient procedures for bivariate location parameters.*Read Full ReportPublished in Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Vol. 22, pp. 41-49, 1970.

189. (1969)

**S. Panchapakesan**.

*A class of selection procedures including procedures for restricted families of distributions.*Read Full Report

190. (1970)

**S. S. Gupta, G. C. McDonald**.

*On some classes of selection procedures based on ranks.*Published in Nonparametric Techniques in Statistical Inference, pp. 491-514. Editor Madan Lai Puri, C.U.P. 1970.

191. (1969)

**V. N. Murty**. Optimal designs of individual regression coefficients with a Tchebycheffian spline regression function. Read Full Report

192. (1969)

**S. Panchapakesan**.

*Some contributions to multiple decision (selection and ranking) procedures.*Read Full Report

193. (1969)

**H. Rubin**.

*Decision-Theoretic Evaluation of some non-parametric methods.*Read Full Report

194. (1969)

**S. Paranjape**.

*On some estimation and distribution problems.*Read Full Report

195. (1969)

**S. S. Gupta, G. C. McDonald**.

*Some selection procedures with applications to reliability problems.*Published in Operations Research and Reliability, Proceedings of Nato Conference, Italy, Gordon and Breach, New York, 1972.

196. (1969)

**H. C. Li**. Asymptotic expansions for distributions of the characteristic roots of two matrices from classical and complex Gaussian populations. Read Full Report

197. (1969)

**H. Rubin and J. L. Gastwirth**.

*The behavior of robust estimators on dependent data.*Read Full Report

198. (1969)

**H. C. Li, K. C. S. Pillai**.

*Asymptotic expansions for distributions of the roots matrices from classical and complex Gaussian populations.*Read Full Report

199. (1969)

**A. J. Fabens, M. F. Neuts**.

*The limiting distribution of the maximum term in a sequence of random variables defined on a Markov chain.*Read Full Report

200. (1970)

**M. F. Neuts**.

*Multivariate semi-Markov matrices.*Read Full Report

201. (1969)

**S. I. Resnick, M. F. Neuts**.

*Limit laws for maxima of a sequence of random variables defined on a Markov chain.*Read Full Report

202. (1969)

**R. J. Tomkins**.

*On the law of the iterated logarithm.*Read Full Report

203. (1969)

**A. K. Basu**.

*On some problems in the theory of optimal stopping rules and log log law.*Read Full Report

204. (1970)

**J. N. Arvesen and T. H. Schmitz**.

*Robust procedures for variance.*Published in Biometrics, The Biometric Society, Vol. 26, No. 4, pp. 677-686, December 1970.

205. (1969)

**P. S. Puri**. A quantal response process associated with integrals of certain growth processes. Read Full Report

206. (1969)

**D. S. Moore**.

*A chi-square statistic with random cell boundaries.*Read Full Report

Published in Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 42, pp. 147--156, 1971.

207. (1969)

**M. F. Neuts**.

*A queue subject to extraneous phase changes.*Read Full Report

208. (1969)

**K. C. S. Pillai and D. L. Young**.

*An approximation to the distribution of the largest root of a matrix in complex multivariate analysis.*Read Full Report

209.

**S. C. Dafermos and M. F. Neuts**.

*A single server queue in discrete time.*Published in Cahiers du Centre d'Etude de Recherche Operationnelle, Vol. 13, pp. 23-40, 1971.

210. (1970)

**V. L. Anderson**. Restriction errors for linear models (an aid to develop models for designing experiments). Published in Biometrics, Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 255-268, June 1970.

211. See #218.

212. (1969)

**K. C. S. Pillai, B. N. Nagarsenker**.

*On the distribution of the sphericity test criterion in classical and complex normal populations having unknown covariance matrices.*Read Full Report

213. (1969)

**S. S. Nair, M. F. Neuts**.

*An exact comparison of the waitingtimes under three priority rules.*Read Full Report

214. (1969)

**S. S. Nair**.

*On certain priority queues.*Read Full Report

215. (1969)

**M. L. Samuels**.

*Distribution of the branching-process population among generations.*Published in the Journal of Applied Probability, Vol. 8, pp. 655-667, 1971.

216. (1969)

**H. Rubin**. Occam's razor needs new blades. Read Full Report

217. (1970)

**S. I. Resnick**.

*Maxima of a sequence of random variables defined on a Markov chain.*Read Full Report

218. (1970)

**P. S. Puri, H. Rubin**.

*A characterization based on the absolute difference of two I.I.D. random variables.*Published in The Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 41, No. 6, pp. 2113-2122, 1970.

219. (1970)

**W. J. Studden**. Optimal designs for multivariate polynomial extrapolation. Read Full Report

220. (1970)

**J. N. Arvesen**.

*Another look at variances of variance components.*Read Full Report

221. (1970)

**M. F. Neuts, P. Purdue**.

*Buffon in the round.*Read Full Report

222. (1970)

**K. Nagel**.

*(Thesis) On subset selection rules with certain optimality properties.*Read Full Report

223. (1971)

**P. S. Puri**.

*A method for studying the functionals of stochastic processes with applications: I. Markov chains case.*Published Journal of Applied Probability, Vol. 8, pp. 331-343.

224. (1970)

**S. Panchapakesan**. On a monotonicity property relating to the gamma distributions. Read Full Report

225. (1970)

**S. S. Gupta, S. Panchapakesan**.

*On a class of subset selection procedures.*Read Full Report

226. (1970)

**R. E. James**.

*Statistical process controls and acceptance sampling methods to control the distribution of combined output characteristics.*Read Full Report

227. (1970)

**W. J. Studden**.

*Elfving's theorem and optimal designs for quadratic loss.*Read Full Report

228. (1970)

**K. C. S. Pillai, D. L. Young**.

*On the exact distribution of Hotelling's generalized T*Read Full Report

_{0}^{2}.229. (1971)

**A. K. Chattopadhyay, K. C. S. Pillai**.

*Asymptotic formulae for the distribution of some criteria for tests of equality of covariance matrices.*Published in Journal of Multivariate Analysis, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 215-231, June 1971.

230. (1970)

**S. S. Nair, M. F. Neuts**. Distribution of occupation time and virtual waiting time of a general class of hulk queues. Read Full Report

231. (1970)

**H. C. Li, K. C. S. Pillai**.

*Asymptotic expansions for the distribution of the characteristic roots of S*Read Full Report

_{1}S_{2}^{-1}when population roots are not all distinct.232. (1970)

**G. P. McCabe**.

*Sequential estimation of a Poisson integer mean.*Read Full Report

Published in the Annals of Mathematical Statistics, Vol. 43, pp. 803-813, 1972.

233. (1970)

**M. F. Neuts, S. Z. Chen**.

*The infinite server queue with semi-Markovian arrivals and negative exponential services.*Read Full Report

234. (1970)

**P. S. Puri**.

*Loss due to missing data in efficiency of a locally optimal test for homogeneity with respect to very rare events.*Read Full Report

235. (1972)

**P. S. Puri**.

*A method for studying the integral functionals of stochastic processes with applications: II. Sojourn time distributions for Markov chains.*Published in Z. Wahrscheinlichkeitstheorie verw. Geb. 23, 85-96, 1972.

236. (1970)

**D. S. Moore**. On multivariate chi-square statistics with random cell boundaries. Read Full Report

237. (1970)

**M. F. Neuts, S. Z. Chen**.

*The infinite server queue with Poisson arrivals and semi-Markovian services.*Read Full Report

238. (1970)

**H. Rubin**.

*On large-sample properties of certain non-parametric procedures.*Read Full Report

239. (1970)

**D. S. Moore**.

*Asymptotically efficient estimation by local-parameter approximations.*Published in Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Vol. 24, No. 2, pp. 299-308, 1972.

240. (1970)

**G. P. McCabe, Jr**. Sequential estimation of a restricted mean parameter of an exponential family. Read Full Report

Published in the Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Vol. 26, pp. 103-115, 1974.

241. (1971)

**D. Young**.

*Some tests of equality of several covariance matrices.*Read Full Report

242. (1970)

**S. Z. Chen**.

*The single server queue with semi-Markovian arrivals and services.*Read Full Report

243. (1970)

**P. S. Puri**.

*A method for studying the integral functionals of Stochastic Processes with applications III.*Read Full Report

244. This number was not used.

245. (1972)

**K. C. S. Pillai, B. N. Nagarsenker**.

*On the distribution of a class of statistics in multivariate analysis.*Published in Journal of Multivariate Analysis, Vol. 2, No. 1, March 1972.

246.

**J. N. Arvesen, B. Rosner**. Multivariate inequalities in pari-mutuel wagering. Published in Statistical Decision Theory and Related Topics: Proceedings of a Symposium held at Purdue University, November 23-25, 1970, pp. 239-254, 1971.

247. (1970)

**S. S. Gupta, A. Barron**.

*A class of non-eliminating sequential multiple decision procedures.*Read Full Report

248. (1970)

**K. C. S. Pillai, A. K. Chattopadhyay**.

*On the minimization of an integral of a matrix function over the group of orthogonal matrices.*Read Full Report

249. (1971)

**K. C. S. Pillai, A. K. Chattopadhyay**.

*Asymptotic expansions of the distributions of characteristic roots in manova and canonical correlation.*Read Full Report

250. (1971)

**J. N. Arvesen, B. Rosner**.

*Optimal pari-mutuel wagering.*Read Full Report

251. (1971)

**K. C. S. Pillai, A. K. Chattopadhyay**.

*Asymptotic expansions for the distributions of characteristic roots when the parameter matrix has several multiple roots.*Read Full Report

252. (1971)

**M. F. Neuts**.

*The handicap in a competitive game-A numerical investigation.*Read Full Report

253. (1971)

**M. F. Neuts**.

*Some run problem in Markov chains.*Read Full Report

254. (1971)

**N. Bruvold**.

*Optimal and admissible designs for polynomial monospline regression.*Read Full Report

255. (1971)

**E. M. Klimko, J. Yackel**.

*Some aspects of search strategies for Wiener Processes.*Read Full Report

256. (1971)

**A. K. Chattopadhyay**.

*An asymptotic distribution theory and applications in multivariate analysis.*Read Full Report

257. (1971)

**W. J. Studden**.

*Optimal designs and spline regression.*Read Full Report

258. (1971)

**S. S. Gupta, K. Nagel**.

*On some contributions to multiple decision theory.*Read Full Report

259. (1971)

**H. Rubin**.

*A decision-theoretic approach to the problem of testing a null hypothesis.*Read Full Report

260.

**S. S. Gupta, S. Panchapakesan**.

*Contributions to multiple decision (Subset Selection) rules, multivariate distribution theory and order statistics.*Published in the Journal of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, Vol. 6, pp. 1-71, 1972.

261. (1971)

**S. S. Gupta, S. Panchapakesan**. On order statistics and some applications of combinatorial methods of statistics. Read Full Report

262. (1974)

**S. M. Samuels**.

*A characterization of the Poisson process.*Published in Journal of Applied Probability, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 72-85, March 1974.

263. (1971)

**J. N. Arvesen**. Asymptotically robust tests in unbalanced variance component models. Read Full Report

264. (1971)

**G. P. McCabe, Jr**.

*Estimation of the number of terms in a sum.*Read Full Report

Published in the American Statistical Association, Vol. 68, pp. 452-456, 1973.

265. (1971)

**P. S. Puri**.

*On the asymptotic distribution of the maximum of sums of a random number of I.I.D. random variables. I.*Read Full Report

266. (1971)

**E. M. Klimko, J. Yackel**.

*Optimal search strategies for Wiener processes.*Read Full Report

267. (1971)

**J. N. Arvesen, D. S. Salsburg**.

*Approximate tests and confidence intervals using the jackknife.*Read Full Report

268. (1971)

**P. S. Puri, J. Senturia**.

*On a mathematical theory of Quantal Response assays.*Read Full Report

269. (1971)

**J. N. Arvesen**.

*A subset selection procedure for selecting the largest multiple correlation coefficients.*Read Full Report

270. (1971)

**M. F. Neuts**.

*The single server queue in discrete time - numerical analysis I.*Read Full Report

271. (1971)

**W. J. Studden, V. N. Murty**.

*Optimal designs for estimating the slope of a polynomial regression.*Read Full Report

272. (1971)

**G. McCabe**.

*Admissibility for vector-valued loss functions.*Read Full Report

273. (1971)

**S. S. Gupta, S. Panchapakesan**.

*On multiple decision (subset selection) procedures.*Read Full Report

274. (1972)

**P. Purdue**.

*On the use of analytic matric functions in queueing theory.*Read Full Report

275. (1972)

**P. S. Puri**.

*On the asymptotic distribution of the maximum of sums of a random number of I. I. D. random variables II.*Read Full Report

276. (1972)

**E. M. Klimko, M. F. Neuts**.

*The single server queue in discrete time-numerical analysis II.*Read Full Report

277. (1972)

**E. M. Klimko**.

*Algorithm for calculating Indices in Faa di Bruno's formula.*Read Full Report

278. (1972)

**K. C. S. Pillai**.

*The distribution of the characteristic roots of S*Read Full Report

_{1}S_{2}^{-1}under violations.279. (1973)

**M. F. Neuts, E. M. Klimko**.

*The single server queue in discrete time-numerical analysis III.*Published in Naval Research Logistics Quarterly, Vol. 20, No. 3, pp. 557-567, September 1973.

280. (1972)

**P. S. Puri**. On the distribution of the state of a process at the moment of a quantal response. Read Full Report

281. (1973)

**V. L. Anderson, R. A. McLean**.

*A scientific approach to experimentation for consulting statisticians.*Published in Journal of Quality Technology, Vol. 5, No. 1, January 1973.

282. (1972)

**I. W. Burr, L. A. Foster**. A test for equality of variances. Read Full Report

283. (1972)

**J. Senturia**.

*On a mathematical theory of quantal response assays and a new model in dam theory.*Read Full Report

284.

**B. N. Nagarsenker, K. C. S. Pillai**.

*The distribution of the sphericity test criterion.*Published in Journal of Multivariate Analysis, Vol. 3, pp. 226-235, 1973.

285. (1973)

**P. S. Puri**. On a property of exponential and geometric distributions. Published in Sankhya: The Indian Journal of Statistics, Series A, Vol. 35, Part 1, 1973.

286. (1973)

**I. W. Burr**.

*Parameters for a general system of distributions to match a grid of α*Read Full Report

_{3}and α_{4}.287. (1972)

**K. C. S. Pillai, Sudjana**.

*On some distribution problems concerning the characteristic roots of S*Read Full Report

_{l}S_{2}^{-1}under violations.288. (1972)

**P. L. Cohen**.

*Bayes Risk for test of location - the infinite dimensional case.*Read Full Report

289. (1972)

**M. F. Neuts, D. B. Wolfson**.

*Convexity of the bounds induced by Markov's inequality.*Read Full Report

290. (1973)

**S. S. Gupta, K. Nagel, S. Panchapakesan**.

*On the order statistics from equally correlated normal random variables.*Published in Biometrika, Vol. 60, No. 2, pp. 403-413, 1973.

291. (1972)

**J. Senturia, P. S. Puri**.

*A semi-Markov storage model.*Read Full Report

292. (1972)

**P. S. Puri, J. Senturia**.

*An infinite depth dam with Poisson input and Poisson release.*Read Full Report

293. (1972)

**D. S. Moore**.

*A note on Srinivasan's goodness of fit test.*Read Full ReportPublished in Biometrika, Vol. 60, pp. 209-211, 1973.

294. (1973)

**I. W. Burr**.

*Some approximate relations between terms of the hypergeometric, binomial and Poisson distributions.*Published in Communications in Statistics, Vol. 1, No. 4, pp. 297-301, 1973.

295. (1972)

**W. Huang**.

*Some contributions to sequential selection and ranking procedures.*Read Full Report

296. (1972)

**E. M. Klimko**.

*On weakly wandering functions.*Read Full Report

297. (1972)

**S. S. Gupta, S. Panchapakesan**.

*On moments of order statistics from independent binomial distributions.*Read Full Report

298.

**S. S. Gupta, W. T. Huang**.

*On a maximin strategy for sampling based on selection from several populations.*Read Full Report

299. (1972)

**S. S. Gupta, T. Santner**.

*Selection of a restricted subset of normal populations containing the one with largest mean.*Read Full Report

300. (1972)

**B. N. Nagarsenker**.

*Exact and asymptotic distributions of some statistics in multivariate analysis.*Read Full Report

301. (1973)

**M. F. Neuts, D. Heimann.**

*The single server queue in discrete time - numerical analysis IV.*Published in Naval Research Logistics Quarterly. Vol. 20, No. 4, pp. 305-319, December 1973.

302. (1972)

**S. S. Gupta, W. Huang.**

*A note on sampling a subset of normal populations with unequal sample sizes.*Read Full Report

303. (1972)

**P. K. Goel**.

*A note on the non-existence of subset selection procedure for Poisson populations.*Read Full Report

304. (1972)

**D. Root, H. Rubin**.

*Probabilistic proof of the normal convergence criterion.*Read Full Report

305. (1972)

**J. Arvesen**.

*Approximate confidence intervals for coefficients of variation.*Read Full Report

306. See #262.

307.

**P. S. Puri, H. Rubin**.

*On a characterization of the family of distributions with constant multivariate failure rates.*Published in the Annals of Probability, Vol. 2, No. 4, pp. 738-740, 1974.

308. (1972)

**Sudjana**.

*On the exact null distribution of Hotelling's trace.*Read Full Report

309.

**J. Arvesen, G. P. McCabe**.

*Subset selection problem for variance with application to regression analysis.*Read Full ReportPublished in the Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 70, pp. 166-170, 1975.

310. (1972)

**S. S. Gupta, G. C. McDonald, D. I. Galareau**.

*Moments, product moments and percentage points of the order statistics from the lognormal distribution for samples of size twenty and less.*Read Full Report

311.

**K. C. S. Pillai, B. N. Nagarsenke**.

*Distribution of the likelihood ratio criterion for testing Σ = Σ0, μ = μ0*Published in the Journal of Multivariate Analysis, Vol. 4, pp. 114-122, 1974.

312. (1973)

**M. F. Neuts**

*Computer power-or-the liberation of applied probability.*Read Full Report

313. (1973)

**S. M. Samuels**

*Jensen's inequality for conditional expectations.*Read Full Report

314. (1973)

**P. S. Puri**

*A generalization of a formula of Pollaczek and Spitzer as applied to a storage model.*Read Full Report

315. (1973)

**M. F. Neuts**

*The Markov renewal branching process.*Read Full Report

316. (1973)

**J. N. Arvesen, G. P. McCabe**

*A subset selection procedure for regression variables.*Read Full ReportPublished in the Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, Vol. 3, pp. 137-146, 1974.

317. (1973)

**G. A. McCabe, J. N. Arvesen, R. Pohl**

*A computer program for subset selection in regression analysis.*Read Full Report

318. (1973)

**T. Santner**

*A restricted subset selection approach to ranking and selection problems.*Read Full Report

319. (1973)

**C. R. Rao**

*On a unified theory of estimation in linear models.*Read Full Report

320. (1973)

**K. C. S. Pillai**

*A unified distribution theory for robustness studies of tests in multivariate analysis.*Read Full Report

321. (1973)

**J. Yackel**

*Inequalities and asymptotic bounds for Ramsey numbers II.*Read Full Report

322. (1973)

**T. Santner**

*A restricted subset selection approach to ranking and selection problems.*Read Full Report

323.

**W. J. Studden**

*Note on a theorem of passow.*Read Full Report

324. (1973)

**S. S. Gupta, S. Panchapakesan**

*Some multiple decision and related problems with special reference to restricted families of distributions and applications to reliability theory.*Read Full Report

325. (1973)

**L. J. Gleser, I. Olkin**

*Multivariate statistical inference under marginal structure II.*Read Full Report

326. (1973)

**W. J. Studden, J. Y. Tsay**

*On Remez type procedures for calculating optimal designs.*Read Full Report

327. (1973)

**Sudjana**

*Exact robustness and power studies of some tests in multivariate analysis.*Read Full Report

328. (1973)

**S. Kunte**

*Asymptotically pointwise optimal and asymptotically optimal stopping rules for sequential Bayes confidence interval.*Read Full Report

329. (1973)

**S. S. Gupta, W. T. Huang**

*On the conditional distribution of a statistic that arises in tests of homogeneity and selection and ranking of binomial populations.*Read Full Report

330. (1973)

**S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang**

*Selection procedures for the means and variances of normal populations when the sample sizes are unequal.*Read Full Report

331. (1973)

**L. J. Gleser**

*On the distribution of the number of successes in independent trials.*Read Full Report

332. (1973)

**K. W. Fischer**

*Some sample path properties of renewal processes.*Read Full Report

333.

**G. P. McCabe, Jr**

*Computations for variable selection in discriminant analysis.*Published in Technometrics, Vol. 17, No. 1, pp. 103-109, February 1975. 334.

**G. P. McCabe, Jr., R. J. Pohl**

*A computer program for determining optimal variable subsets in discriminant analysis.*Read Full Report

335.

**K. C. S. Pillai, Sudjana**

*On the distribution of Hotelling's trace and power comparisons.*Published in Commun. Statistics, Vol. 3, pp. 433-454, 1974.

336.

**K. C. S. Pillai, Sudjana**

*Exact robustness studies of tests of two multivariate hypothesis based on four criteria and their distribution problems under violations.*Published in The Annals of Statistics, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 617-636, May 1975.

337.

**E. M. Klimko**

*Numerical computation of bridge probabilities.*Published in Commun. Stat., Simulation Comput. B9, pp. 103-125, 1980.

338.

**S. Kunte, R. V. Gurjar**

*Characterization theorem for a class of functions.*

339.

**Sudjana**

*On the distribution of Wilks-Lawley statistic for tests of three multivariate hypotheses and power comparison.*

340.

**S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang, W. T. Huang**

*On a conditional procedure for selecting a subset containing the best of several binomial populations.*

341.

**L. J. Gleser, S. Kunte**

*On asymptotically optimal and asymptotically pointwise optimal stopping rules.*

342.

**S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang**

*On subset selection procedures for Poisson populations and some applications to the multinomial distribution. (Revised June 1974)*Published in Royal Statistical Society Journal, Series C, pp. 97-109, 1975.

343.

**K. C. S. Pillai, N. B. Saweris**

*Asymptotic formula for the distribution of Hotelling's trace for tests of equality of two covariance matrices.*

344.

**D. S. Moore, M. C. Spruill**

*A unified large-sample theory for chi-square statistics for tests of fit.*Published in The Annals of Statistics, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 599-616, 1975.

345.

**S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang**

*Selection procedures for binomial populations.*Published in Sankhya: The Indian Journal of Statistics, Vol. 38, Series B, Pt. 2, pp. 112-128, 1976.

346.

**M. C. Spruill**

*A comparison of chi-square goodness-of-fit tests based on approximate Bahadur slope.*Published in The Annals of Statistics, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 409-412, 1976.

347.

**D. Y. Huang**

*A note on an upper bound of the expected sample size of the Bechhofer-Kiefer-Sobel procedure for selecting the largest mean of normal populations with common known variance.*Published in the Bulletin of the Institute of Mathematics, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 249-252, 1976.

348.

**J. Dirkse**

*The asymptotic form of the distribution for moderate deviation of some goodness-of-fit criteria.*

349.

**G. P. McCabe, M. A. Ross**

*A stepwise algorithm for selecting regression variables using cost criteria.*Published in the Proceedings of Computer Science and Statistics: 8th Annual Symposium on the Interface, February 13 and 14, 1975, Health Sciences Computing Facility, UCLA.

350.

**P. S. Puri**

*A linear birth and death process under the influence of another process.*Published in Journal of Applied Probability, Vol. 12, pp. 1-17, 1975.

351.

**V. L. Anderson, R. A. McLean**

*Restriction errors: Another dimension in teaching experimental statistics.*Published in The American Statistician, Vol. 28, No. 4, pp. 145-152, Nov. 1974.

352.

**J. Berger**

*Inadmissibility results for generalized Bayes estimators of coordinates of a location vector.*Published in The Annals of Statistics, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 302-333, Mar., 1976.

353.

**J. Berger**

*Admissibility results for generalized Bayes estimators of coordinates of a location vector.*Published in The Annals of Statistics, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 302-333, Mar., 1976.

354.

**M. F. Neuts**

*Computational uses of the method of phases in the theory of queues.*Published in Computers and Mathematics with Applications, Vol. 1, Issue 2, June 1975, pp. 151-166.

355.

**S. S. Gupta**

*Selection and ranking procedures for multivariate normal populations.*Published in Multivariate Analysis II, Editor P.R. Krishnaiah, New York: Academic Press, pp. 475-505.

356.

**M. F. Neuts, C. C. Carson**

*Some computational problems related to multinomial trials.*Published in The Canadian Journal of Statistics, Vol. 3, No. 2, 1975, pp. 235-248.

357.

**P. S. Puri**

*Characterization of distributions based on the "scores" arising in the theory of rank tests.*

358.

**P. K. Goel**

*On repairing observations in a broken random sample.*Published in Annals of Statistics, Vol. 3, No. 6, Nov. 1975, pp. 1364-1369.

359.

**R. J. Carroll**

*Some contributions to the theory of parametric and nonparametric sequential ranking and selection.*

360.

**R. J. Carroll**

*[A note on] Estimating a Density at an Unknown Point.*

361.

**R. J. Carroll and S. S. Gupta**

*Some results relating to probabilities of ranking of k (≥ 2) populations with applications.*

362.

**S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang**

*On some selection procedures to select a subset containing the t best populations.*Published in Bull. Inst. Math. Acad. Sinicia, Vol. 2, pp. 377-386, 1974.

363.

**D. Y. Huang**

*Some contributions to fixed sample and sequential multiple decision (selection and ranking) theory.*

364.

**D. B. Wolfson**

*Limit theorems for sums of a sequence of random variables defined on a Markov chain.*Published in Journal of Applied Probability, Vol. 14, No. 3, Sep., 1977, pp. 614-620.

365.

**J. R. Collins**

*Robust estimation of a location parameter in the presence of asymmetry.*Published in The Annals of Statistics, Vol. 4, No. 1, Jan., 1976, pp. 68-85.

366.

**S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang**

*Never was completed.*

367.

**J. C. Kiefer, D. S. Moore**

*Large sample comparison of tests and empirical Bayes procedures.*Published in On the History of Statistics and Probability, Editor D.B. Owen, Marcel Dekker, Inc., 1976, pp. 349- 365.

368.

**P. S. Puri**

*A simpler approach to derivation of some results in epidemic theory.*Published in Proceedings Symposium to honour Jerzy Neyman, pp. 265-275. PWN - Polish Scientific Publishers, Warszawa.

369.

**R. J. Carroll, S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang**

*On selection procedures for the t best populations and some related problems.*

370.

**P. S. Puri**

*Biomedical applications of stochastic processes.*

371.

**S. S. Gupta, S. Panchapakesan**

*On the distribution of the maximum of ratios of order statistics from a restricted family of probability distributions, with applications.*

372.

**S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang**

*A note on Γ-minimax classification procedures.*Published in the Proceedings of the 40th Session of the International Statistical Institute, Vol. 46, No. 3, pp. 330-335, 1975.

373.

**D. Y. Huang**

*On some optimal subset selection procedures for model I and model II in treatments versus control problems.*

374.

**M. F. Neuts**

*Probability distributions of phase type.*Published in Liber Amicorum Professor Emeritus H. Florin, University of Louvain, pp. 173-206.

375.

**S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang, W. T. Huang**

*On ranking and selection procedures and tests of homogeneity for binomial populations.*Published in Essays in Probability and Statistics, Ogawa Volume, Editors S. Ikeda et. al., Tokyo: Shinko Tsusho Co., Ltd., Ch. 33, 501-533, 1976.

376.

**J. Berger**

*Minimax estimation of a multivariate normal mean in the general situation.*

377.

**J. Berger**

*Improving on the best invariant estimator of a location parameter in the general multivariate situation.*

378.

**S. M. Samuels**

*A probabilistic proof of the basic limit theorem for null recurrent Markov chains.*Read Full Report

379.

**S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang**

*On subset selection procedures for the entropy function associated with the binomial populations.*Published in Sankhya Series A, Vol. 38, No. 2, pp. 153-173, 1976.

380.

**P. K. Goel**

*On the distribution of standardized mean of samples from logistic population.*Published in Sankhya Series B, Vol. 37, No. 2, 1975, pp. 165-172.

381.

**N. B. Saweris.**An asymptotic non-central distribution of Hotelling's trace under violations and other distribution problems.

382.

**K. C. S. Pillai, N. B. Saweris**

*Asymptotic formulae for the percentile and C. D. F. of Hotelling's trace under violations.*

383.

**K. C. S. Pillai, N. B. Saweris.**

*Exact and approximate non-central distributions of the largest roots of three matrices and the max largest root-ratios.*

384.

**G. P. McCabe, J. N. Arvesen**

*Variable selection in regression analysis.*Published in Proceedings of the University of Kentucky Conference on Regression with a Large Number of Predictor Variables, pp. 136-148, 1975.

385.

**J. Berger**

*Minimax estimation of location parameters for a wide class of nonnormal densities.*

386.

**J. Y. Tsay**

*The iterative methods for calculating optimal experimental designs.*

387.

**B. Davis**

*Picard's theorem and Brownian motion.*

388.

**D. Y. Huang, S. Panchapakesan**

*A subset selection formulation of the complete ranking problem.*Published in the Journal of the Chinese Statistical Association, Vol. 16, pp. 5801-5810, 1978.

389.

**S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang**

*On some parametric and nonparametric sequential subset selection procedures.*

390.

**J. Kiefer, W. J. Studden**

*Optimal designs for large degree polynomial regression.*Published in The Annals of Statistics, Vol. 4, No. 6, pp. 1113-1123, 1976.

391.

**G. P. McCabe, M. L. Samuels**

*Discrete bivariate data with censoring of one variate: Tests for randomness with application to dendritic trees.*Published in Biometrics, Vol. 33, pp. 69-84, March 1977.

392.

**S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang**

*On some Γ-minimax subset selection and multiple comparison procedures.*Published in Statistical Decision Theory and Related Topics, Editors. S.S. Gupta and D.S. Moore, New Yor: Academic Press, pp. 139-155.

393.

**S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang**

*Non-parametric subset selection procedures for the t best populations.*

394.

**S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang**

*On some optimal sampling procedures for selection problems.*Published in Theory and Applications of Reliability, C.P. Tsokos and I.N. Shimi, Academic Press, Inc., Vol. 1, 1977.

395.

**P. S. Puri**

*A stochastic process under the influence of another arising in the theory of epidemics.*

396.

**L. J. Gleser, S. Kunte**

*On sequential asymptotically optimal Bayes confidence interval procedures.*Published in The Annals of Statistics, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp. 685-711, 1976.

397.

**J. C. Kiefer**

*Lectures on design theory.*

398.

**J. Gianini, S. M. Samuels**

*The infinite secretary problem.*Published in the Annals of Probability, Vol. 4, pp. 418-432, 1976.

399.

**H. Rubin**

*The application of decision theory to statistical practice.*

400.

**J. Gianini**

*Problems of optimal selection based on relative rank. Ph.D. Thesis.*

401. (1975)

**D. S. Moore, S. J. Whitsitt, D. A. Landgrebe**

*Variance comparison for unbiased estimators of probabilities of correct classifications.*Read Full Report Published in IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, Vol. 22, pp. 102-105, 1976.

402. (1975)

**M. F. Neuts**

*Computational problems related to the Galton-Watson process.*Read Full Report

403. (1975)

**M. A. Ross, G. P. McCabe.**

*A comment on Pohlmenn's algorithm for subset selection in multiple regression analysis.*Read Full Report Published in Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, Vol. 5, pp. 11-15, 1975.

404. (1975)

**J. Berger, M. E. Bock**

*Combining independent normal mean estimation problems with unknown variances.*Read Full Report

405. (1975)

**D. S. Moore**

*Generalized inverse, Wald's method, and the construction of chi-square tests of fit.*Read Full Report Published in Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 72, pp. 131-137, 1977.

406. (1975)

**S. M. Samuels**

*Positive-integer-valued infinitely divisible distributions.*Read Full Report

407. (1975)

**L. J. Gleser, J. D. Healy**

*Estimating the mean of a normal distribution with known coefficient of variation.*Read Full Report

408. (1975)

**V. L. Anderson**

*Practical aspects of engineering experimentation.*Read Full Report

409. (1975)

**Y. S. Hsu, K. C. S. Pillai**

*Asymptotic formulae for the C. D. F. of Hotelling's trace and robustness studies for three tests of hypotheses under violations.*Read Full Report

410.

**S. M. Samuels**

*The classical ruin problem with equal initial fortunes.*Published in Mathematics Magazine, Vol.48, pp. 286-288, 1975.

411.

**B. Davis**

*On Kolmogorov's inequalities ||f|| ≤ C*Published in Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, Vol. 222, pp. 179-192, 1976.

_{p}||f||_{1}, 0 < p < 1.412.

**K. C. S. Pillai, B. N. Nagarsenker**

*Distribution of the likelihood ratio statistic for testing sphericity structure for a normal covariance Matrix and its percentage points.*Published in Sankhya: The Indian Journal of Statistics, Vol. 41, Series B, Pt. 3,4, pp.154-169, 1979.

413.

**J. Berger**

*Minimax estimation of a multivariate normal mean under arbitrary quadratic loss.*Published in Journal of Multivariate Analysis, Vol. 6, pp. 256-264, 1976.

414.

**J. Berger, M. E. Bock**

*Eliminating singularities of Stein-type estimators of location vectors.*Published in Journal of Royal Statistical Society B, Vol. 38, pp. 166-170, 1977.

415.

**C. C. Carson**

*Computational methods for single server queues with interarrival and service time distributions of phase type. Ph.D. Dissertation.*

416.

**P. S. Puri, V. Ramaswami**

*Maximum and minimum weighted diagonal sums of certain non-negative matrices.*

417.

**L. J. Gleser**

*A canonical representation for the non central Wishart distribution useful for simulation.*Published in the Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 71, No. 355, pp. 690-695, 1976.

418.

**A. K. Bhargava**

*Maximum likelihood estimation in a multivariate 'Errors in Variables' regression model with unknown error covariance matrix.*Published in Communications in Statististics: Theory and Methods, Vol. a(6), No. 7, pp. 587-601, 1977.

419.

**K. C. S. Pillai, Y. S. Hsu**

*Exact robustness studies of the test of independence based on four multivariate criteria and their distribution problems under violations.*Published in the Annals of the Institue of Statistical Mathematics, Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 85-101, 1979.

420.

**M. F. Neuts**

*Algorithms for the waiting time distributions under various queue disciplines in the M/G/1 queue with service time distribution of phase type.*Published in Algorithmic Methods in Probability, Ed. M.F. Neuts, North-Holland, Amsterdam, pp. 177-197, 1977.

421.

**V. L. Anderson, R. A. McLean**

*The effect of restriction errors on type I errors in randomized complete block designs.*

422.

**S. S. Gupta, W. Y. Wong**

*Subset selection procedures for finite schemes in information theory.*Published in Topics in Information Theory, Tokyo: Ch. 33, pp. 501-533, 1976.

423.

**S. Fuhrmann**

*Control of an epidemic involving a multi-stage disease. Ph.D. Dissertation.*

424.

**S. S. Gupta, W. T. Huang**

*Some selection procedures based on the Robbins-Monro stochastic approximation.*Published in Tamkang Journal of Mathematics Vol. 6, pp. 301-314, 1975.

425.

**J. R. Collins**

*Robustness of M-estimators of location.*

426.

**D. S. Moore, J. Yackel**

*Consistency properties of nearest neighbor density function estimators.*Published in The Annals of Statistics, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 143-154, 1977.

427.

**J. O. Berger**

*Inadmissibility results for the best invariant estimator of two coordinates of a location vector.*Published in The Annals of Statistics, Vol. 4, No. 6, pp. 1065-1076, Nov. 1976.

428.

**Y. S. Hsu**

*Robustness and power studies of some multivariate tests in classical and complex Gaussian distributions.*

429.

**W. J. Studden**

*Optimal designs for integrated variance in polynomial regression.*Published in Statistical decision theory and related topics II (Proc. Symposium, Purdue University, W. Lafayette, IN, 1976) pp. 411-420, Academic Press, New York, 1977.

430.

**K. C. S. Pillai, Y. S. Hsu**

*The distribution of the characteristic roots of S*Published in the Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 445-463, 1979.

_{1}S_{2}^{-1}under violations in the complex case and power comparisons of four tests.431.

**W. T. Huang**

*On some optimal properties of selection procedures for finite populations.*

432.

**P. K. Goel, H. Rubin**

*On selecting a subset containing the best population-A Bayesian approach.*Published in The Annals of Statistics, Vol. 5, No. 5, pp. 969-983, Sept. 1977.

433.

**L. D. Roi**

*State dependent branching processes. Ph.D. Dissertation.*

434.

**M. F. Neuts**

*Moment formulas for the Markov renewal branching process.*Published in Advances in Applied Probability, Vol. 8, No. 4, pp. 690-711, Dec. 1976.

435.

**A. K. Bhargava**

*Estimation of a linear transformation, and associated distributional problems.*Published in Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 19-26, 1979.

436.

**S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang**

*Subset selection procedures in analysis of variance.*Published in Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods, Vol. A6, pp. 1035-1054, 1977.

437.

**S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang**

*Subset selection procedures for regression analysis.*

438.

**S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang**

*Nonparametric selection procedures for selecting the regression equations with larger slope.*Published in Chinese Statistical Association, Vol. 15, pp. 5715-5724, 1977.

439.

**D. Y. Huang**

*A note on a sequential selection procedure with applications to regression analysis.*

440.

**D. Y. Huang, S. Panchapakesan**

*A modified subset selection formulation with special reference to one-way layout experiments.*Published in Communications in Statistics, Vol. A5, pp. 621-633, 1976.

441.

**M. F. Neuts**

*The effect of change-over times on the M/G/l queue with several types of customers.*

442.

**B. Davis**

*On the LP norms of stochastic integrals and other martingales. (Replaced by #452).*

443.

**M. F. Neuts**

*An annotated bibliography on computational probability-part I.*Published in Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 53-74, 1977.

444.

**M. F. Neuts**

*Some explicit formulas for the steady-state behavior of the queue with semi-Markovian service times.*Published in Advances in Applied Probability, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 141-157, March 1977.

445.

**S. M. Samuels**

*The Radon-Nikodym theorem as a theorem in probability.*Published in The American Mathematical Monthly, Vol. 85, No. 3, pp. 155-165, Mar. 1978.

446.

**J. O. Berger, M. E. Bock**

*Improved minimax estimators of normal mean vectors for certain types of covariance matrices.*Published in Statistical Decision Theory and Related Topics II, Editors S.S. Gupta and D.S. Moore, 1977.

447.

**J. O. Berger**

*Minimax estimation of a multivariate normal mean under polynomial loss.*Published in Journal of Multivariate Analysis, Vol. 8, pp. 173-180, 1978.

448.

**P. K. Goel, G. Casella**

*A note on an explicit solution for generalized ridge regression.*

449.

**W. Grassmann**

*Some Computational aspects of the M/E*

_{k}/1 queue in steady state.450.

**J. Collins**

*On the consistency of M-Estimators.*

451. (1976)

**W. K. Grassmann**

*Transient solutions in Markovian queueing systems.*Read Full Report

452. (1976)

**B. Davis**

*On the LP norms of stochastic integrals and other martingales.*Read Full Report

453. (1976)

**L. Gleser**

*Estimation of a linear transformation: Large sample results.*Read Full Report

454. (1976)

**W. Y. Wong**

*Some contributions to subset selection procedures.*Read Full Report

455. (1977)

**D. S. Moore, J. W. Yackel**

*Large sample properties of nearest neighbor density function estimators.*Published in Statistical Decision Theory and Related Topics, II, Editors S.S. Gupta and D.S. Moore, pp. 269-279, Academic Press, 1977.

456. (1976)

**W. K. Grassmann**

*Notation for Markovian systems.*Read Full Report

457. (1976)

**S. S. Gupta, W. Y. Wong**

*On subset selection procedures for Poisson processes and some applications to the binomial and multinomial problems.*Read Full Report

458. (1976)

**S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang**

*Some multiple decision problems in analysis of variance.*Read Full Report

459. (1976)

**D. S. Moore**

*Recent developments in chi-square tests for goodness of fit.*Read Full Report

460. (1976)

**L. J. Gleser**

*Minimax estimation of a multivariate normal mean with unknown covariance matrix.*Read Full Report

461. (1976)

**J. Berger, M. E. Bock, L. D. Brown, G. Casella, L. Gleser**

*Minimax estimation of a normal mean vector for arbitrary quadratic loss and unknown covariance matrix.*Read Full Report

462. (1976)

**K. C. S. Pillai**

*Distributions of characteristic roots in multivariate analysis.*Read Full Report

463. (1976)

**G. P. McCabe, V. L. Anderson**

*Sex discrimination in faculty salaries: A method for detection and correction.*Read Full Report Published in the Proceedings of 1976 Social Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association, pp. 589-592, 1976.

464.

**M. W. Lu**

*On some multiple decision problems.*Read Full Report

465. (1976)

**H. Rubin, S. M. Samuels**

*The finite memory secretary problem.*Published in the Annals of Probability, Vol. 5, pp. 627-635, 1977.

466. (1976)

**H. Rubin**

*Some fast methods of generating random variables with preassigned distributions. I. General acceptance-rejection procedures.*Read Full Report

467. (1976)

**H. Rubin**

*The effect of dead time on the physical generation of random digits.*Read Full Report

468. (1976)

**H. Rubin**

*A new "definition" of the integral.*Read Full Report

469.

**D. S. Moore**

*Chi-square tests.*Read Full Report Published in Studies in Statistics, Editor R. Hogg, pp. 66-106, 1978.

470. (1979)

**S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang**

*On some methods for constructing optimal subset selection procedures. (Revised August 1977). (Revised June 1978): A note on optimal subset selection procedures.*Read Full Report

471. (1976)

**J. Healy**

*Estimation and tests for unknown linear restrictions in multivariate linear models.*Read Full Report

472. (1975)

**S. Vardeman**

*Admissible solutions of finite state sequence compound decision problems.*Read Full Report

473. (1976)

**S. S. Gupta, W. Y. Wong**

*Subset selection procedures for the means of normal populations with unequal variances: Unequal sample sizes case.*Read Full Report

474. (1976)

**J. A. Gaynor**

*A large deviation approach to asymptotic efficiency of selection procedures. (Efficiency of selection procedures).*Read Full Report

475. (1976)

**Y. K. Leong**

*Some results on subset selection problems.*Read Full Report

476. (1976)

**S. S. Gupta, Y. K. Leong**

*Some results on subset selection procedures for double exponential populations.*Read Full Report

477. (1976)

**S. M. Samuels**

*The exact solution to the original group-testing problem.*Published in Technometrics, Vol. 20, pp. 497-500, 1978.

478. (1976)

**W. A. Rosenkrantz, R. S. Ellis**

*Diffusion approximation for transport processes with boundary conditions.*Read Full Report

479. (1976)

**B. Davis**

*On stopping times for n dimensional Brownian motion.*Read Full Report

480. (1976)

**J. Berger**

*A robust generalized Bayes estimator and confidence region for a multivariate normal mean.*Read Full Report

481. (1977)

**J. Berger, C. Srinivasan**

*Generalized Bayes estimators in multivariate problems.*Read Full Report

482. (1976)

**W. A. Rosenkrantz**

*Lp estimates for exit times of a Bessel process.*Read Full Report

483. (1977)

**P. S. Puri**

*A limit theorem for point processes with applications.*Read Full Report

484. (1977)

**P. K. Goel, M. H. DeGroot**

*Comparison of experiments and information measures.*Read Full Report

485. (1977)

**G. Campbell**

*The maximum of a sequence with prior information.*Read Full Report

486. (1977)

**W. A. Rosenkrantz**

*L*Read Full Report

^{P}estimates for stopping times of Bessel processes.487. (1977)

**T. Lorenzen**

*Toward a more realistic formulation of the secretary problem.*Read Full Report

488. (1977)

**W. A. Rosenkrantz**

*Lectures on Markov processes and their associated semi groups.*Read Full Report

489. (1977)

**R. L. Berger**

*Minimax, admissible, and gamma-multiple decision rules.*Read Full Report

490. (1977)

**D. J. Kolar, J. F. Sullivan-Kwasnik**

*A more informative statistical analysis for predator-prey studies.*Read Full Report

491. (1977)

**J. Hsu**

*On some decision-theoretic contributions to the problem of subset selection.*Read Full Report

492. (1978)

**G. P. McCabe, Jr**

*Evaluation of regression coefficient estimates using α-acceptability.*Read Full Report Published in Technometrics, Vol. 20, pp. 131-139, 1978.

493. (1977)

**S. S. Gupta**

*Selection and ranking procedures: A brief introduction.*Read Full Report

494. (1977)

**A. K. Singh**

*On slippage tests and multiple decision (selection and slippage) procedures.*Read Full Report

495. (1977)

**R. L. Berger, S. S. Gupta**

*Minimax subset selection with application to unequal variance problems.*Read Full Report

496. (1977)

**G. Campbell, M. Hollander**

*Prediction intervals with the Dirichlet prior.*Read Full Report

497. (1977)

**G. Casella**

*Minimax ridge estimation.*Read Full Report

498. (1977)

**G. Campbell, M. Hollander**

*Nonparametric Bayes estimation with incomplete Dirichlet prior information.*Read Full Report

499. (1977)

**G. P. McCabe, Jr**

*Use of the 27% rule in experimental design.*Read Full Report Published in the Proceedings of the 1978 Social Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association, pp. 770-771, 1977.

500. (1978)

**S. S. Sylvia Chu, K. C. S. Pillai**

*Power comparisons of two-sided tests of equality of two covariance matrices based on six criteria.*Read Full Report

501. (1977)

**S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang**

*On selecting an optimal subset of regression variables.*Read Full Report

502. (1977)

**G. P. McCabe, S. A. McCabe**

*Estimation and testing of pocket means. Using multiple linear regression techniques.*Read Full Report Published in Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints, Vol. 10, pp. 1-17, 1977.

503. (1977)

**J. K. Ghorai**

*Nonparametric estimation of probability density functions.*Read Full Report

504. (1977)

**S. S. Gupta, W. T. Huang**

*On selection rules for finite mixtures of distributions.*Read Full Report

505. (1977)

**D. P. Mihalko, D. S. Moore**

*Chi-square tests of fit for type II censored data.*Read Full Report Published in Studies in Statistics, Editor R. Hogg, pp. 66-106, 1978.

506. (1977)

**S. B. Vardeman**

*A note on the applicability of sequence compound decision schemes.*Read Full Report

507. (1977)

**R. Berger**

*Minimax subset selection for loss measured by subset size.*Read Full Report

508.

**S. S. Gupta, A. K. Singh**

*On selection of populations close to a control or standard.*Read Full Report

509. (1977)

**P. S. Puri, C. M. Goldie**

*Poisson mixtures and Quasi-infinite divisibility of distributions.*Read Full Report

510. (1977)

**L. J. Gleser**

*Minimax estimation of a normal mean vector when the covariance matrix is unknown.*Read Full Report

511. (1977)

**S. S. Gupta, J. C. Hsu**

*Subset selection procedures with special reference to the analysis of two-way layout: Application to motor-vehicle fatality data.*Read Full Report

512. (1977)

**M. L. Samuels**

*Statistical models for topological analysis of cut dendritic trees.*Read Full Report

513.

**S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang**

*Locally optimal subset selection procedures based on ranks.*Published in the Proceedings of an International Conference [Held at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, Dec 20-22, 1977], pp. 251-262.

514.

**S. S. Gupta, A. K. Singh**

*On rules based on sample medians for selection of the largest location parameter.*Published in Communications in Statistics. Theory and Methods. A 9(12), pp. 1277-1298, 1980.

515. (1977)

**A. L. Rukhin**

*Minimax estimation of the location parameter of the shifted normal distribution with unknown scale.*Read Full Report

516.

**A. L. Rukhin**

*Universal Bayes estimators.*Read Full Report

517. (1977)

**J. Berger**

*Multivariate estimation with nonsymmetric loss functions.*Read Full Report

518. (1977)

**S. S. Gupta, M. W. Lu**

*Subset selection procedures for restricted families of probability distributions.*Read Full Report

519. (1977)

**S. S. Gupta, J. C. Hsu**

*On the performance of some subset selection procedures.*Read Full Report

520. (1977)

**D. M. Mason**

*The asymptotic normality of linear combination.*Read Full Report

521. (1977)

**S. S. Chu**

*Power comparisons of two-sided tests of equality of two covariance matrices and some distribution theory.*Read Full Report

522. (1978)

**D. M. Mason**

*A law of the iterated logarithm and invariance principle for regression rank statistics.*Read Full Report

523. See #79-21.

524. (1978)

**S. Srinivasan**

*On the admissibility of estimators in exponential distributions.*Read Full Report

525. (1978)

**K. C. S. Pillai, A. Singh**

*On the exact non-null distribution of Wilks LVC Criterion.*Read Full Report

526. (1986)

**R. B. Guay, G. P. McCabe**

*A chi-square test for Hierarchical dependency.*Published in Psychometrika, Vol. 51, No. 3, pp. 467-474, September 1986.

527. (1977)

**D. M. Mason**

*Almost sure linearity with a rate for linear rank statistics with a bounded score function.*Read Full Report