Handbook of Applied Economic Statistics
Statistics of Quality
Practical Sampling Techniques
Statistical Methods for Engineers and Scientists
Advanced Linear Models Theory and Applications
Introduction to Probability and Statistics
By Marvin Gruber
February 26, 1998
Offers a treatment of different kinds of James-Stein and ridge regression estimators from a frequentist and Bayesian point of view. The book explains and compares estimators analytically as well as numerically and includes Mathematica and Maple programs used in numerical comparison.;College or ...
Edited By Aman Ullah
February 03, 1998
This work examines theoretical issues, as well as practical developments in statistical inference related to econometric models and analysis. This work offers discussions on such areas as the function of statistics in aggregation, income inequality, poverty, health, spatial econometrics, panel and ...
Edited By Subir Ghosh, William R. Schucany, William B. Smith
September 26, 1996
Explains the role of statistics in improving the quality of collecting and analyzing information for a wide variety of applications. The book examines the function of statisticians in quality improvement. It discusses statistical process control, quality statistical tables, and quality and warranty...
By Andre I. Khuri, John A. Cornell
August 08, 1996
Response Surfaces: Designs and Analyses; Second Edition presents techniques for designing experiments that yield adequate and reliable measurements of one or several responses of interest, fitting and testing the suitability of empirical models used for acquiring information from the experiments, ...
By Jagdish K. Patel, Campbell B. Read
January 16, 1996
"Traces the historical development of the normal law. Second Edition offers a comprehensive treatment of the bivariate normal distribution--presenting entirely new material on normal integrals, asymptotic normality, the asymptotic properties of order statistics, and point estimation and statistical...
By Ranjan K. Som
September 13, 1995
Second Edition offers a comprehensive presentation of scientific sampling principles and shows how to design a sample survey and analyze the resulting data. Demonstrates the validity of theorems and statements without resorting to detailed proofs....
By Anant Kshirsagar, William Smith
April 19, 1995
This work describes several statistical techniques for studying repeated measures data, presenting growth curve methods applicable to biomedical, social, animal, agricultural and business research. It details the multivariate development of growth science and repeated measures experiments, covering...
By Robert M. Bethea
March 30, 1995
This work details the fundamentals of applied statistics and experimental design, presenting a unified approach to data handling that emphasizes the analysis of variance, regression analysis and the use of Statistical Analysis System computer programs. This edition: discusses modern nonparametric ...
By Shein-Chung Chow, Song-Gui Wang
December 14, 1993
This work details the statistical inference of linear models including parameter estimation, hypothesis testing, confidence intervals, and prediction. The authors discuss the application of statistical theories and methodologies to various linear models such as the linear regression model, the ...
Edited By Lynne Edwards
June 16, 1993
A reference devoted to the discussion of analysis of variance (ANOVA) techniques. It presents ANOVA as a research design, a collection of statistical models, an analysis model, and an arithmetic summary of data. Discussion focuses primarily on univariate data, but multivariate generalizations are to...
April 20, 1993
Beginning with the historical background of probability theory, this thoroughly revised text examines all important aspects of mathematical probability - including random variables, probability distributions, characteristic and generating functions, stochatic convergence, and limit theorems - and ...
By David Ratkowsky, Richard Alldredge, Marc A. Evans
December 22, 1992
Developing a model-based approach that enables any cross-over trial, of any degree of imbalance, to be analyzed both for direct effects and for residual effects, using consistent procedures that employ commercially available statistical software, this text offers a guide to the analysis of ...