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1978 Technical Reports

  1. P. S. Puri. On certain problems involving non-identifiability of distributions arising in stochastic modeling. Read Full Report (PDF)

  2. C. Srinivasan. Admissible generalized Bayes estimates and exterior boundary value problems. Read Full Report (PDF)

  3. S. S. Gupta, Y. K. Leong, W. Y. Wong. On subset selection procedures for Poisson populations. Read Full Report (PDF)

  4. B. Davis. Brownian motion and analytic functions. Read Full Report (PDF)

  5. L. J. Gleser. Calculation and simulation in errors-in-variables regression problems. Read Full Report (PDF)

  6. J. Berger. Improving on inadmissible estimators in continuous exponential families with applications to simultaneous estimation of gamma scale parameters. Read Full Report (PDF)

  7. S. S. Chu, K. C. S. Pillai. On the exact distribution of Wilks' criterion. Read Full Report (PDF)

  8. S. S. Chu, K. C. S. Pillai. Some complex variables transformations and exact power comparisons of two-sided tests of equality of two hermitian covariance matrices. Read Full Report (PDF)

  9. S. S. Chu. Monotonicity of power functions of tests based on traces of multivariate complex beta and canonical correlation matrices. Read Full Report (PDF)

  10. A. Jain. On the exact non-null distribution of Wilks' Lvc criterion for the classical and complex normal populations and related problems. Read Full Report (PDF)

  11. G. G. Agarwal. Asymptotic design and estimation in polynomial spline regression. Read Full Report (PDF)
  12. S. S. Gupta, D. Y. Huang. An essentially complete class of multiple decision procedures. Published in the Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference Vol. 4, Issue 2, pp 115-121, 1980.

  13. P. Bartfai. Large deviations of the sample mean in Euclidean spaces. Read Full Report (PDF)
  14. S. S. Gupta, A. K. Singh. On selection procedures for normal populations with common known coefficient of variation with an application in multivariate normal population.
  15. G. G. Agarwal, W. J. Studden. An algorithm for selection of design and knots in the response curve estimation by spline functions. Read Full Report (PDF)

  16. W. C. Kim. On a selection problem in reliability theory. Read Full Report (PDF)
  17. D. S. Moore, J. B. Stubblebine. Chi-square tests for multivariate normality with application to common stock prices. Read Full Report (PDF)

    Published in Communications in Statistics, Vol. A10, pp. 713-738, 1980.

  18. M. Hixson, V. Anderson. Development of models for optical detection of jaundice. Read Full Report (PDF)
  19. S. S. Gupta, K. J. Miescke. Optimality of subset selection procedures for ranking means of three normal populations. Read Full Report (PDF)
  20. G. G. Agarwal, W. J. Studden. Asymptotic integrated mean square error using polynomial splines. Read Full Report (PDF)

  21. R. C. Penney, A. L. Rukhin. D'Alembert's functional equation on groups. Read Full Report (PDF)
  22. G. P. McCabe, Jr. Small sample results for the 27% rule. Read Full Report (PDF)

    Published in Proceedings of the 1978 Social Statistics Section of the American Statistical Association, pp. 770-771, 1978.

  23. K. J. Miescke. Bayesian subset selections for additive and linear loss functions. Read Full Report (PDF)
  24. J. F. Bjørnstad. The subset selection problem I. The class of Schur-procedures and its properties. Read Full Report (PDF)
  25. A. L. Rukhin. Universal estimators of a vector parameter. Read Full Report (PDF)

  26. A. Q. Frank, S. M. Samuels. On a problem of Gusein-Zade. Published in Stochastic Processes and their Applications, Vol. 10, pp. 299-311, 1980.
  27. J. F. Bjørnstad. The subset selection problem II. On the optimality of some subset selection procedures. Read Full Report (PDF)

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