# Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice

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*1 imbalanced bivariate Poisson distribution,*is introduced for dependence modeling among the random number of visits made by a patient and the number of prescriptions written by a physician. By utilizing the proposed model, the article discovers patterns on the implications of the over-visits made by the patients. This new discrete...

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*n*is the sample size. Generally the asymptotic normality of the estimator results from central limit theorems that requires to center $$T_n$$ Tn and the function $$\phi$$ ϕ does not depend on

*n*. In this paper, we provide an...

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*a*of candidates or let us say populations $$P_{k}$$ Pk with expectations $$\mu_{k} t$$ μkt , we can first select a smaller subset using Gupta’s procedure and then from this subset the best one by Bechhofer’s approach. A simulation experiment for normal distribution indicates when such a two-stage...

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*s*levels of a factor with the

*s*-th roots of the unity. We focus on the notion of regular fraction in the complex coding, called $${{\mathbb {C}}}$$ C -regularity. We introduce methods to check whether a given symmetric orthogonal array can or cannot be transformed into a...

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*R*(

*t*) =

*P*(

*X*>

*t*) and

*P*=

*P*(

*X*>

*Y*). Point and interval estimation procedures are developed for unknown parameter(s),

*R*(

*t*) and

*P*, based on records. Two types of point estimators are considered, namely (1) uniformly minimum variance unbiased estimators...