Srivastav, Sudesh K.
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Articles (13)

Shaffer, Jeffrey G., Srivastav, Sudesh K..
A simple technique for constructing optimal complete diallel cross designs.
Statistics & Probability Letters
2009.
79:11811185

Srivastav, Sudesh K., Shankar, Arti.
Some methods of constructing generalized group divisible designs with two groups.
Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods
2005.
34:127133

Srivastav, Sudesh K., Shankar, Arti.
On the Eoptimality of certain class of block designs.
Statistics & Probability Letters
2003.
65:187193

Morgan, John P., Srivastav, Sudesh K..
The completely symmetric designs with blocksize three.
Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference
2002.
106:2130

Morgan, John P., Srivastav, Sudesh K..
On the Eoptimality of truncated block designs.
Metrika
2002.
56:239245

Srivastav, Sudesh K..
On construction of generalized group divisible designs with two groups.
Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods
2002.
31:639647

Srivastav, Sudesh K., Morgan, John P..
On the $E$optimality of truncated block designs.
Metrika
2002.
56:239245

Srivastav, Sudesh K., Morgan, John P..
Constructions for generalized group divisible designs in settings admitting symmetry.
American Journal of Mathematical and Management Sciences
2001.
21:6988

Morgan, John P., Srivastav, Sudesh K..
On the type1 optimality of nearly balanced incomplete block designs with small concurrence range.
Statistica Sinica
2000.
10:10911116

Srivastav, Sudesh K., Morgan, John P..
Optimality of designs with generalized group divisible structure.
Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference
1998.
71:313330

Srivastav, Sudesh K..
On the class of $t$designs.
Statistics & Probability Letters
1998.
39:167172

Lu, Ying, Ye, Keying, Mathur, Ashwini K., Srivastav, Sudesh K., Yand, Su, Genant, Harry K..
Application of random effects models in comparative calibration.

Srivastav, Sudesh K., Morgan, John P..
On the class of $2 × 2$ balanced incomplete block designs with nested rows and columns.
Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods
1996.
25:18591870