Volume 22.
(as bibtex)
79 references.
Articles

17. An extension of the MOSUM technique for quality control
Bauer, Peter,
Hackl, Peter

109111. Some fundamental properties of KolmogorovSmirnov consonance sets
Salvia, Anthony A.

113119. Ranking (ordering) and selection: An overview of how to select the best
Dudewicz, Edward J.

121124. Awardee selection procedures, with special reference to the Frank Wilcoxon and Jack Youden prizes
Lee, Young Jack,
Dudewicz, Edward J.

125126. Is the regression equation adequate?  A further note (Ref: V19 p213216; V20 p491494)
Suich, Ronald,
Derringer, George C.

127128. Is the regression equation adequate?  A reply (Ref: V19 p213216)
Hill, R. Carter,
Judge, George G.,
Fomby, Thomas B.

139151. Kinetic modelling with multiresponse data
Ziegel, Eric R.,
Gorman, John W.

153164. Selftuning and adaptive controllers: An application to catalytic reactor control
Harris, T. J.,
MacGregor, J. F.,
Wright, J. D.

165177. Lifetest sampling plans for twoparameter Weibull populations
Fertig, K. W.,
Mann, Nancy R.

1722. Application of the Kalman filter to inventory control
Downing, D. J.,
Pike, D. H.,
Morrison, G. W.

179186. Properties of composite sampling procedures
Elder, Robert S.,
Thompson, William O.,
Myers, Raymond H.

187194. The properties of moment estimators for the Weibull distribution based on the sample coefficient of variation (Corr: V24 p90)
Newby, M. J.

195199. Testing adequacy of the Weibull and log linear rate models for a Poisson process
Lee, Larry

201204. Bayesian prediction for the left truncated exponential distribution
Evans, I. G.,
Nigm, A. H. M.

205212. Finite sample properties of ridge estimators
Dwivedi, T. D.,
Srivastava, V. K.,
Hall, R. L.

213224. An adaptive multiple regression procedure based on $M$estimators
Moberg, Thomas F.,
Ramberg, John S.,
Randles, Ronald H.

225237. Robust estimation of location using optimally chosen sample quantiles
Chan, Lai K.,
Rhodin, Lennart S.

2327. An optimum component testing procedure for a series system with redundant subsystems
Mazumdar, M.

239246. The Johnson system: Selection and parameter estimation
Slifker, James F.,
Shapiro, Samuel S.

247251. An explicit solution for $S_B$ parameters using four percentile points
Mage, David T.

253258. Variance of the MVUE for lognormal variance
Likes, Jiri,
Likeš, Jiří

259268. A comparative study of kernelbased density estimates for categorical data
Titterington, D. M.

269270. Fisher's exact test extended to more than two samples of equal size (Corr: V23 p220)
Carr, Wendell E.

271274. The asymptotic variance of the estimated proportion truncated from a normal population
Hansen, James N.,
Zeger, Scott

275276. $D$optimal designs for partially nonlinear regression models
Hill, Peter D. H.

287299. Aspects of optimal design in dynamic systems
Titterington, D. M.

2933. Jackknifing in nonlinear regression (Corr: V23 p220)
Fox, Terry,
Hinkley, David,
Larntz, Kinley

301313. Time and spacesaving computer methods, related to Mitchell's DETMAX, for finding $D$optimum designs
Galil, Z.,
Kiefer, J.

315324. A comparison of algorithms for constructing exact $D$optimal designs
Cook, R. Dennis,
Nachtsheim, Christopher J.

325331. Mixture models, outliers, and the EM algorithm (Corr: V23 p427)
Aitkin, Murray,
Wilson, Granville Tunnicliffe

333341. Augmented robust estimators
Askin, Ronald G.,
Montgomery, Douglas C.

343348. Composite points in weighted least squares regressions
Rubin, Donald B.

349356. Bias in Wilks' $\Lambda$ in stepwise discriminant analysis
Rencher, Alvin C.,
Larson, Steven F.

3547. A threestage iterative procedure for spacetime modeling
Pfeifer, Phillip E.,
Deutsch, Stuart Jay

357366. Prediction intervals for the ratios of normal distribution sample variances and exponential distribution sample means
Meeker, William Q., Jr,
Hahn, Gerald J.

367373. A comparison of the ``sometimes pool'', ``sometimes switch'', and ``never pool'' procedures in the twoway ANOVA random effects model
WoldeTsadik, Girma,
Afifi, A. A.

375380. Confidence intervals on variance components in threefactor crossclassification models
Jeyaratnam, S.,
Graybill, Franklin A.

381388. Confidence interval calibration of a standard curve
Makowski, Gary G.,
Downing, Darryl

389395. Maximum likelihood fitting of ARMA models to time series with missing observations
Jones, Richard H.

397408. Identification and interpretation of first order spacetime ARMA models
Pfeifer, Phillip E.,
Deutsch, Stuart Jay

409419. Inference in the generalized gamma and log gamma distributions
Lawless, J. F.

421426. Inferences on the parameters and current system reliability for a time truncated Weibull process
Bain, Lee J.,
Engelhardt, Max

427430. Comparing rates of several independent Weibull processes
Lee, Larry

431436. On the null distribution of Jonckheere's statistic used in twoway models for ordered alternatives
Skillings, John H.

437442. Percentage points of the asymptotic distributions of one and two sample Kuiper statistics for truncated or censored data
Koziol, James A.

443444. A note on continuous and discontinuous segmented regressions
Hawkins, Douglas M.

453464. Multivariate model identification and stochastic control of a chemical reactor (C/R: p465468)
MacGregor, John F.,
Wong, A. K. L.

465467. Comments on ``Multivariate model identification and stochastic control of a chemical reactor''
Bacon, David W.

468468. Reply to comments on ``Multivariate model identification and stochastic control of a chemical reactor''
MacGregor, John F.,
Wong, A. K. L.

469478. Extreme values from a nonstationary stochastic process: An application to air quality analysis (C/R: p479482)
Horowitz, Joel

479481. Comments on ``Extreme values from a nonstationary stochastic process: An application to air quality analysis''
Cleveland, William S.

482482. Reply to comments on ``Extreme values from a nonstationary stochastic process: An application to air quality analysis''
Horowitz, Joel

483493. Determining statistical characteristics of a vehicle emissions audit procedure
Lorenzen, Thomas J.

4953. Inflation of $R^2$ in best subset regression
Rencher, Alvin C.,
Pun, Fu Ceayong

495508. Characterizations of an empirical influence function for detecting influential cases in regression
Cook, R. Dennis,
Weisberg, Sanford

509516. Detection of unsuspected feedback in linear dynamic systems
Tsang, H. Y.,
Bacon, D. W.

517533. Suspension systems for small sample inspections
Troxell, Joseph R.

535542. Nonparametric selections in blocked data: Application to motor vehicle fatality rate data
Lee, Young Jack

543546. Subset selection procedures with application to motor vehicle fatality data in a twoway layout
Gupta, Shanti S.,
Hsu, Jason C.

547554. On a class of tests of exponentiality
Lee, S. C. S.,
Locke, Charles,
Spurrier, John D.

5563. Robustness to spurious observations of linearized HodgesLehmann estimators and Anscombe estimators
Guttman, Irwin,
Kraft, Charles H.

555565. Properties of the mixed exponential failure process
McNolty, Frank,
Doyle, James,
Hansen, Eldon

567573. On constructing prediction intervals for samples from a Weibull or extreme value distribution
Fertig, K. W.,
Meyer, M. Eugene,
Mann, Nancy R.

575581. Estimation of quantiles of locationscale distributions based on two or three order statistics
Kubat, Peter,
Epstein, Benjamin

583589. Large sample simultaneous confidence intervals for the multinomial probabilities based on transformations of the cell frequencies
Bailey, B. J. R.

591600. Finding the $K$ most likely outliers in twoway tables
Gentleman, Jane F.

601608. Minimum aberration $2^{kp}$ designs
Fries, Arthur,
Hunter, William G.

609612. On the use of ``elemental analysis'' in multivariate variable selection
Hintze, J. L.

613616. Functions approximating Mandel's tables for the means and standard deviations of the first three roots of a Wishart matrix
Cornelius, P. L.

617620. Comparisons of three minimax subset selection procedures
Bjoernstad, Jan F.,
Bjørnstad, Jan F.

621627. A note on bias correction in maximum likelihood estimation with logistic discrimination
McLachlan, G. J.

629630. How probable is a large resultant in a random walk?
Wilson, A. J. C.

630630. Reply to ``How probable is a large resultant in a random walk?''
Bingham, N. H.

6569. Bayesian analysis of the twoparameter gamma distribution
Miller, Robert B.

7178. Some Bayesian inferences for a changing linear model
Choy, J. H. Chin,
Broemeling, L. D.

7982. A test of exponentiality based on the bivariate $F$ distribution
Lin, ChingChuong,
Mudholkar, Govind S.

8397. An accurate approximation to the sampling distribution of the studentized extreme value statistic
Fertig, K. W.,
Mann, Nancy R.

915. Testing for three or fewer outliers in twoway tables
Draper, N. R.,
John, J. A.

99107. A reliability distribution with increasing, decreasing, constant and bathtubshaped failure rates
Hjorth, Urban