# Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice

Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice > 2015 > 9 > 2 > 330-360

Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice > 2015 > 9 > 2 > 313-329

Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice > 2015 > 9 > 2 > 305-312

Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice > 2015 > 9 > 2 > 227-249

Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice > 2015 > 9 > 2 > 288-304

Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice > 2015 > 9 > 2 > 219-226

Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice > 2015 > 9 > 2 > 436-462

*m*two-level factors using

*n*= 2

^{m−k}experimental units arranged in 2

^{p}blocks of size 2

^{m−k−p}but where a follow-up design is desired to further study main effects and two-factor interactions. A typical follow-up would consist of folding over some of the experimental factors but...

Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice > 2015 > 9 > 2 > 419-435

Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice > 2015 > 9 > 2 > 376-394

Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice > 2015 > 9 > 2 > 361-375

*k*). For

*k*> 5, the standard CCD becomes very large and when, with the purpose of reduction of design size,...

Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice > 2015 > 9 > 2 > 395-418

*π*

_{1},…,

*π*

_{k}be

*k*(≥ 2) independent gamma populations, where the population

*π*

_{i}has an unknown scale parameter

*θ*

_{i}> 0 and known shape parameter

*ν*

_{i}> 0,

*i*= 1,…,

*k*. We call the population associated with

*μ*

_{[k]}= max {

*μ*

_{1},…,

*μ*

_{k}},

*μ*

_{i}=

*ν*

_{i}

*θ*

_{i}the best population. For the goal of selecting the best population, Misra and Arshad (2014) proposed a class D 0 of selection rules...

Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice > 2015 > 9 > 2 > 250-265

Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice > 2015 > 9 > 2 > 266-287