# Search results for: Ahmad Parsian

Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice > 2019 > 13 > 1 > 1-17

Statistical Methods & Applications > 2018 > 27 > 3 > 437-454

New ICMI Study Series > Teaching Statistics in School Mathematics-Challenges for Teaching and Teacher Education > Global Perspective > 37-40

Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice > 2015 > 9 > 3 > 646-657

Journal of the Korean Statistical Society > 2014 > 43 > 2 > 275-291

AStA Advances in Statistical Analysis > 2014 > 98 > 3 > 287-303

Statistics and Probability Letters > 2012 > 82 > 7 > 1391-1400

Statistical Papers > 2012 > 53 > 1 > 51-60

*θ*, we introduce and motivate the use of balanced loss functions of the form $${L_{\rho, \omega, \delta_0}(\theta, \delta)=\omega \rho(\delta_0, \delta)+ (1-\omega) \rho(\theta, \delta)}$$ , as well as the weighted version $${q(\theta) L_{\rho, \omega, \delta_0}(\theta, \delta)}$$ , where

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*δ*) is an arbitrary loss function,

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_{0}is a chosen a priori “target”...

Quality & Quantity > 2012 > 46 > 4 > 1323-1336

^{2}control chart for monitoring the process mean vector is economically...

Quality & Quantity > 2012 > 46 > 1 > 39-53

^{2}control chart for monitoring the process mean vector...

Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference > 2011 > 141 > 4 > 1455-1462

Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference > 2009 > 139 > 3 > 1180-1189

*k*-records based on

*k*-record data for a large class of distributions, which includes several well-known distributions such as: Exponential, Weibull (one parameter), Pareto, Burr type XII, among others. With both Bayesian and non-Bayesian approaches being investigated here, we pay more attention to Bayesian predictors under balanced type loss functions as introduced...

Statistics and Probability Letters > 2006 > 76 > 8 > 773-780

Statistics and Probability Letters > 2006 > 76 > 6 > 547-554

Statistical Papers > 2006 > 47 > 4 > 569-593

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^{ 2 }control chart with variable sampling intervals (VSI) and/or variable sample sizes (VSS) detects process shifts faster than the traditional

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^{2}chart. This article extends these studies for processes that are monitored with VSI and VSS using double warning lines (

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*—DWL*). It is assumed that the length of time the process remains in control has exponential...