139 references. 1980-1980

- Comments on the ``Special issue of communications in statistics'' (Vol. A8, No. 10) concerned with weather modification experiments (Further comments: VA9 p1989-1996). Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:965-992 .
- A two-stage procedure for testing homogeneity of means against ordered alternatives in analysis of variance with unequal variances. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:949-963 .
- On comparing two Poisson intensity functions. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:943-948 .
- Some distributional problems connected with order statistics. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:935-942 .
- A comparison of the mixture and classification approaches to cluster analysis. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:923-933 .
- ``Faulty inspection'' distributions. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:917-922 .
- Sequential discrimination. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:905-916 .
- Distribution-free partially sequential placement procedures. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:883-904 .
- Shrinkage estimation of scale in exponential distribution from censored samples. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:875-882 .
- A probabilistic model for predicting total basal area growth of closed uneven-aged stand. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:865-874 .
- On selecting a subset which contains all populations better than a control. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:851-864 .
- An asymptotic justification for using a jackknifed two stage least squares estimator for bias reduction in a simultaneous equation model. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:81-86 .
- Estimating the proportions of two populations in a mixture using linear maps. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:837-849 .
- Point-of-expansion, structure, and selection in multivariable polynomial regression. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:821-836 .
- Locally robust correlation coefficients. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:803-819 .
- Moments of the trace of a noncentral Wishart matrix. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:795-801 .
- A class of $D_0$ designs for two-way elimination of heterogeneity. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:75-80 .
- A note on the effect of logarithmic transformation on the probability of misclassification. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:777-794 .
- Use of the 27% rule in experimental design. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:765-776 .
- Optimal allocation with fixed power in a completely randomized design with levels of subsampling. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:757-763 .
- Maximum likelihood estimation of variance components in a completely random BIB design. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:725-756 .
- Performance of traditional $F$ tests in repeated measures designs under covariance heterogeneity. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:61-74 .
- Measurement error in regression analysis. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:717-723 .
- A note on the inequalities for tail probability of the multivariate normal distribution. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:711-715 .
- Estimation of the derivative of a density and related functions. Communications in Statistics, A: Theory and Methods 1980. 9:697-709 .