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Statistics in Medicine > 42 > 3 > 281 - 296

World Scientific News > 2023 > 175 > 53-70

Naval Research Logistics (NRL) > 69 > 4 > 566 - 580

Statistics in Medicine > 41 > 8 > 1361 - 1375

Statistics in Medicine > 41 > 7 > 1172 - 1190

Quality and Reliability Engineering International > 37 > 6 > 2900 - 2915

*burn‐in study*. In parallel, as long...

Statistica Neerlandica > 75 > 3 > 238 - 256

International Journal of Intelligent Systems > 36 > 4 > 1876 - 1897

International Journal of Quantum Chemistry > 121 > 4 > n/a - n/a

International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science > 2021 > Vol. 31, no. 3 > 525--538

Random Structures & Algorithms > 58 > 1 > 94 - 149

Biometrical Journal > 62 > 5 > 1337 - 1342

*Biometrical Journal*, 46:375–378]. We have corrected this mistake and proposed the corresponding corrected estimator of sensitive population proportion. Furthermore, we have obtained the variance of our proposed estimator...

Quality and Reliability Engineering International > 36 > 2 > 592 - 603

_{3}is achiral in solution. If crystallization is performed under a static set‐up, it is recognized that the stochastic nucleation probability results in a racemic mixture of the conglomerate. In this paper, we report a reexamination of the crystallization of NaClO

_{3}from static solution in petri dishes that was conducted over a number of years and is based on the count and analysis of several thousand...

Computational Statistics > 2002 > 17 > 1 > 17-28

*JAP*1982) gave a saddlepoint approximation to the probabilities of a general birth process. This paper gives an improved approximation which is only slightly more complex than Daniels’ approximation and which has considerably reduced relative error in most cases. The new approximation has the characteristic that it is exact whenever the birth rates can be reordered into a linear increasing...

*teach*, it has become a fascination. The problem stated below was given to second year students of the IISER BS-MS programme as an examination question; they answered it in interesting ways. An earlier article in

*Resonance*[1] also talks about martingales.

Statistics in Medicine > 38 > 18 > 3460 - 3475

*p*: the root mean squared error and the mean absolute deviation. We also devise a confidence interval for

*p*based on the actual coverage function that combines several existing approximate confidence intervals. This “Ensemble” confidence interval has improved statistical properties over the constituent confidence...

Teaching Statistics > 41 > 1 > 14 - 17

Applied Mathematics and Computation > 2018 > 338 > C > 44-54

Microwave and Optical Technology Letters > 60 > 9 > 2288 - 2293

^{2}exhibiting a beamwidth of...