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- Incidence matrices and inequalities for combinatorial designs. Journal of Combinatorial Designs 2002. 10:17-26 .
- A method of constructing 3-designs (STMA V40 0824). Utilitas Mathematica (Canada) 1997. 52:91-96 .
- Some optimal matrix designs in stability studies (Corr: 97V7 p667). Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics 1997. 7:205-213 .
- Nested Youden square designs. Biometrika 1996. 83:242-245 .
- Two methods of analyses for a complex behavioral experiment. Journal of Biopharmaceutical Statistics 1994. 4:437-447 .
- Untruthful answering in repeated randomized response procedures. Canadian Journal of Statistics 1993. 21:233-236 .
- Principal component analysis of large dispersion matrices. Applied Statistics 1991. 40:309-316 .
- A class of optimally embedded resolution III designs (STMA V33 0566). Utilitas Mathematica (Canada) 1991. 39:33-39 .
- Group testing with at most two defectives when every item is included in exactly two group tests (STMA V32 2750). Utilitas Mathematica (Canada) 1990. 38:161-164 .
- Response models and minimal designs for mixtures of $n$ of $m$ items useful for intercropping and other investigations. Biometrika 1987. 74:571-577 .
- Undiminished residual effects designs and their suggested applications. Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods 1987. 16:1345-1359 .
- Crossover designs for comparing treatments with a control. Biometrika 1987. 74:321-328 .
- Non-adaptive hypergeometric group testing designs for identifying at most two defectives. Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods 1987. 16:2991-3006 .
- Some optimum non-adaptive hypergeometric group testing designs for identifying two defectives. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 1987. 16:55-61 .
- Nonexistence of certain pseudo $(v,k,\lambda)$-designs (STMA V28 3561). Utilitas Mathematica (Canada) 1986. 30:213-217 .
- Characteristics for distinguishing among balanced incomplete block designs with repeated blocks. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 1986. 13:151-163 .
- Proving the nonexistence of a balanced residual effects design by using the Hasse-Minkowski invariant (STMA V28 1657). Utilitas Mathematica (Canada) 1985. 27:195-198 .
- Efficiency bounds for partially balanced change-over designs based on $M$-associate class PBIB designs. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B: Methodological 1985. 47:132-135 .
- New combinatorial designs and their applications to group testing. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 1984. 10:335-343 .
- On the estimation of fixed effects in a mixed model. Gujarat Statistical Review 1981. 8:1-6 .
- A class of $D_0$ designs for two-way elimination of heterogeneity. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:75-80 .
- Partially balanced change-over designs based on $m$-associate class PBIB designs. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B: Methodological 1980. 42:334-338 .
- Block total response as an alternative to the randomized response method in surveys. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B: Methodological 1979. 41:40-45 .
- On an estimation problem in Warner's randomized response technique. Biometrics 1978. 34:87-90 .
- Optimality of two and three factor designs. The Annals of Statistics 1976. 4:419-422 .
- Application of higher associate class PBIB designs in multidimensional cluster sampling. EstadÃstica 1976. 30:202-209 .
- On augmented designs. Biometrics 1975. 31:29-36 .
- Application of linked block designs in successive sampling. .
- Further contributions to the theory of $F$-squares design. The Annals of Statistics 1975. 3:712-716 .
- On connectedness in two-way elimination of heterogeneity designs. The Annals of Statistics 1975. 3:730-735 .
- Three-way BIB designs. Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series A 1975. 18:207-209 .
- Some augmented row-column designs. Biometrics 1975. 31:361-373 .
- Some new series of PBIB designs and their applications. Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics 1974. 26:153-161 .
- Cubic designs. The Annals of Mathematical Statistics 1964. 35:389-397 .