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- Bounded risk estimation of linear combinations of the location and scale parameters in exponential distributions under two-stage sampling. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 2007. 137:3672-3686 .
- Distributions of sequential and two-stage stopping times for fixed-width confidence intervals in Bernoulli trials: application in reliability. Sequential Analysis 2007. 26:425-441 .
- Bounded risk estimation of the exponential parameter in a two-stage sampling. Sequential Analysis 2006. 25:437-452 .
- On some one-parameter families where maximal invariants do not distinguish hypothesized models. Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods 2005. 34:23-36 .
- Two-stage estimation of mean in a negative binomial distribution with applications to Mexican bean beetle data. Sequential Analysis 2005. 24:99-137 .
- A two-stage point estimation procedure for the mean of an exponential distribution and second-order results. Statistics & Decisions 2001. 19:155-171 .
- Accelerated sequential sampling for generalized linear and AR$(p)$ models. International Journal of Stochastic Modelling and Applications 1999. 2:1-15 .
- Accelerated sequential shrinkage estimation. METRON 1999. 57:159-171 .
- Second-order properties of a two-stage fixed-size confidence region for the mean vector of a multivariate normal distribution. Journal of Multivariate Analysis 1999. 68:250-263 .
- A robust methodology for selecting the smaller variance. Journal of Nonparametric Statistics 1999. 11:361-376 .
- On an improved accelerated sequential methodology with applications in selection and ranking. .
- A look at piecewise sequential sampling under allocation. Calcutta Statistical Association Bulletin 1998. 48:29-44 .
- Nonparametric sequential procedures for selecting the largest center of symmetry and some associated second-order properties. Journal of Statistical Research 1998. 32:1-14 .
- Estimation after sequential selection and ranking. Metrika 1997. 45:95-106 .
- On sequential fixed-size confidence regions for the mean vector. Journal of Multivariate Analysis 1997. 60:233-251 .
- An alternative formulation of accelerated sequential procedures with applications to parametric and nonparametric estimation. Sequential Analysis 1996. 15:253-269 .
- On a two-stage selection procedure for the largest mean when between group variances are unknown and unequal (STMA V37 1529). Journal of Statistical Research 1995. 29:15-20 .
- Second-order approximations in the time-sequential point estimation methodologies for the mean of an exponential distribution. Sequential Analysis 1995. 14:133-142 .
- Replicated piecewise multistage sampling with applications. Sequential Analysis 1994. 13:253-276 .
- Sequential estimation via replicated piecewise stopping number in a two-parameter exponential family of distributions. Sequential Analysis 1994. 13:1-10 .
- Improved sequential estimation of means of exponential distributions. Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics 1994. 46:509-519 .
- Simultaneous estimation of proportions in a finite population. Calcutta Statistical Association Bulletin 1993. 43:65-73 .
- Further developments in estimation of the largest mean of $K$ normal populations. Metrika 1993. 40:173-183 .
- Further developments in estimation of the largest mean ofK normal populations. Metrika 1993. 40:173-183 .
- A note on three-stage confidence intervals for the difference of locations: The exponential case. Metrika 1993. 40:121-128 .
- A nonparametric accelerated sequential procedure for selecting the largest center of symmetry. Journal of Nonparametric Statistics 1993. 3:155-166 .
- Accelerated sequential procedure for selecting the largest mean. Sequential Analysis 1992. 11:137-148 .
- On sequential comparisons of means of first-order autoregressive models. Metrika 1992. 39:155-164 .
- Sequential sampling methodologies for comparing strata means. Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods 1992. 21:485-500 .
- Three-stage procedures for selecting the largest normal mean. American Journal of Mathematical and Management Sciences 1991. 11:241-261 .
- Multistage and sequential minimum risk point estimation procedures for the means of generalized $U$-statistics. Sankhyā, Series A 1991. 53:220-254 .
- Sequential methodologies for comparing exponential mean survival times. Sequential Analysis 1991. 10:139-148 .
- Parametric sequential point estimation. .
- Improved sequential and accelerated sequential procedures for estimating the scale parameter in a uniform distribution. Sequential Analysis 1991. 10:235-246 .
- Second order properties of accelerated stopping times with applications in sequential estimation. Sequential Analysis 1991. 10:99-123 .
- Point estimation of the largest location of $k$ negative exponential populations. Sequential Analysis 1990. 9:297-304 .
- Comparing several populations by means of accelerated sequential procedures. Statistics & Decisions 1990. 8:331-355 .
- A note on a permutation-invariant sequential selection procedure. Sequential Analysis 1990. 9:81-88 .
- Multi-stage point and interval estimation of the largest mean of $K$ normal populations and the associated second-order properties. Metrika 1990. 37:291-300 .
- Likelihood based sequential procedures for selecting the best exponential population. METRON 1990. 48:255-282 .
- Sequential likelihood rules for selecting the negative exponential population having the smallest scale parameter. Calcutta Statistical Association Bulletin 1990. 39:31-44 .
- Some properties of a three-stage procedure with applications in sequential analysis. Sankhyā, Series A 1990. 52:218-231 .
- Second order expansions for a sequential selection procedure. Sankhyā, Series A 1989. 51:318-327 .
- Sequential estimation of a linear function of mean vectors. Sequential Analysis 1989. 8:381-394 .
- Sequential estimation of the difference of means of two negative exponential populations. Sequential Analysis 1988. 7:165-190 .
- Convergence rates for two-stage confidence intervals based on $U$-statistics. Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics 1988. 40:111-117 .
- Triple sampling to construct fixed-width confidence intervals for estimable parameters based on $U$-statistics. METRON 1988. 46:165-174 .
- Simultaneous estimation after selection and ranking and other procedures: The negative exponential case. Metrika 1988. 35:275-286 .
- Convergence rates for two-stage confidence intervals based on U-statistics. Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics 1988. 40:111-117 .
- Triple stage point estimation for the exponential location parameter. Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics 1988. 40:785-797 .
- Fixed precision estimation of a positive location parameter of a negative exponential population. Calcutta Statistical Association Bulletin 1988. 37:101-104 .
- Sequential estimation problems for negative exponential populations. Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods 1988. 17:2471-2506 .
- Sequential estimation problems for the scale parameter of a Pareto distribution. Scandinavian Actuarial Journal 1987. :83-103 .
- Minimum risk point estimation of the mean of a negative exponential distribution. Sankhyā, Series A 1987. 49:105-112 .
- A note on minimum risk point estimation of the shape parameter of a Pareto distribution. Calcutta Statistical Association Bulletin 1987. 36:69-78 .
- Three-stage point estimation procedures for a normal mean. Sequential Analysis 1987. 6:21-36 .
- A note on estimating the range of a uniform distribution. South African Statistical Journal 1987. 21:27-38 .
- Three-stage estimation procedures for the negative exponential distributions. Metrika 1987. 34:83-93 .
- On selecting the best exponential population. Journal of the Indian Statistical Association 1986. 24:31-41 .
- Fixed-size confidence regions for the mean vector of a multinormal distribution. Sequential Analysis 1986. 5:139-168 .
- On fixed-size confidence regions for the regression parameters. METRON 1986. 44:297-306 .
- Sequential simultaneous estimation of the mean and variance: The rate of convergence. Metrika 1986. 33:291-297 .
- Fixed-size confidence regions for the difference of the means of two multinormal populations. Sequential Analysis 1986. 5:169-191 .
- Two-stage and sequential procedures for estimating the location parameter of a negative exponential distribution. South African Statistical Journal 1986. 20:117-136 .
- Asymptotic results for stopping times based on $U$-statistics. Sequential Analysis 1985. 4:83-109 .
- Asymptotic considerations for selecting the best component of a multivariate normal population. Metrika 1985. 32:363-374 .
- A note on two stage James-Stein estimators for two-sample problems. Journal of the Indian Statistical Association 1985. 23:19-26 .
- A note on three-stage and sequential point estimation procedures for a normal mean. Sequential Analysis 1985. 4:311-319 .
- Two-stage sampling for estimating the mean of a negative binomial distribution. Sequential Analysis 1985. 4:1-18 .
- A further study on selecting the smaller variance: The correlated case (STMA V28 2367). Journal of the Indian Statistical Association 1985. 23:45-58 .
- On selecting the best component of a multivariate normal population. Sequential Analysis 1984. 3:1-22 .
- Nonparametric two-sample sequential problems for truncation parameters of unknown distributions. Calcutta Statistical Association Bulletin 1984. 33:27-34 .
- Sequential and two-stage procedures for selecting the better exponential population covering the case of unknown and unequal scale parameters. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 1984. 9:33-43 .
- Theoretical investigations of some sequential and two-stage procedures to select the larger mean. Sankhyā, Series A 1983. 45:346-356 .
- Selecting the largest normal mean through likelihoods. Statistics & Decisions 1983. 1:171-182 .
- Optimal sequential estimation procedures for the normal mean when the variance is known. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 1982. 6:131-134 .
- Stein's two-stage procedure and exact consistency. Scandinavian Actuarial Journal 1982. :110-122 .
- Sequential approach to simultaneous estimation of the mean and variance. Metrika 1981. 28:133-136 .
- A consistent and asymptotically efficient two-stage procedure to construct fixed width confidence intervals for the mean. Metrika 1980. 27:281-284 .
- Sequential procedures in identification. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:1625-1639 .
- Remarks on sequential estimation of a linear function of two means: The normal case. Metrika 1977. 24:197-202 .