Volume 54.
(as bibtex)
30 references.
Articles

113. Conditioned databased simulations: Some examples from geometrical statistics
Young, Alastair

109114. A bibliography of statistical bibliographies: An eighteenth list
Lancaster, H. O.

117126. Some general aspects of the theory of statistics
Cox, D. R.

127138. Parameters of superpopulation and survey population: Their relationships and estimation
Godambe, V. P.,
Thompson, M. E.

139157. Survey nonresponse adjustments for estimates of means
Little, Roderick J. A.

1527. On birthday, collectors', occupancy and other classical urn problems
Holst, Lars

159167. Poststratification against bias in sampling
Jagers, Peter

169186. On multivariate Edgeworth expansions (Corr: V57 p183)
Skovgaard, Ib M.

187190. On a conjecture concerning inverse Gaussian regression
Letac, G.,
Seshadri, V.

191210. On sequential maximum likelihood estimation for exponential families of stochastic processes
Soerensen, Michael

211220. Galileo's statistical analysis of astronomical observations
Hald, A.

221226. Model robust confidence intervals using maximum likelihood estimators
Royall, Richard M.

227242. International Statistical Institute declaration on professional ethics
International Statistical Institute

243270. Some useful extensions of the usual correspondence analysis approach and the usual loglinear models approach in the analysis of contingency tables (C/R: p271309)
Goodman, Leo A.

271272. Comments on ``Some useful extensions of the usual correspondence analysis approach and the usual loglinear models approach in the analysis of contingency tables'' (Corr: V55 p229)
Andersen, Erling B.

273274. Comments on ``Some useful extensions of the usual correspondence analysis approach and the usual loglinear models approach in the analysis of contingency tables''
Kent, J. T.

274278. Comments on ``Some useful extensions of the usual correspondence analysis approach and the usual loglinear models approach in the analysis of contingency tables''
Caussinus, Henri

279283. Comments on ``Some useful extensions of the usual correspondence analysis approach and the usual loglinear models approach in the analysis of contingency tables''
Escoufier, Y.,
Junca, S.

284288. Comments on ``Some useful extensions of the usual correspondence analysis approach and the usual loglinear models approach in the analysis of contingency tables''
Clogg, Clifford C.

289291. Comments on ``Some useful extensions of the usual correspondence analysis approach and the usual loglinear models approach in the analysis of contingency tables'' (Corr: V55 p229)
Gill, R. D.,
Schriever, B. F.

2932. A note on the differentiation of cumulants of log likelihood derivatives
Skovgaard, Ib

291309. Reply to comments on ``Some useful extensions of the usual correspondence analysis approach and the usual loglinear models approach in the analysis of contingency tables''
Goodman, Leo A.

311326. The machine editing of largesample surveys: The experience of the World Fertility Survey
Pullum, Thomas W.,
Harpham, Trudy,
Ozsever, Nuri

327341. Operational derivation of some Brownian motion results
Imhof, J. P.,
Kuemmerling, P.

3350. Solutions to the problem of unequal probability sampling without replacement
Sunter, Alan

343349. Estimation of design effects and intraclass correlations when using outdated measures of size
Thomsen, Ib,
Tesfu, Dinke,
Binder, David A.

5166. Forecast functions implied by autoregressive integrated moving average models and other related forecast procedures
Abraham, Bovas,
Ledolter, Johannes

6782. A review of inference procedures for the intraclass correlation coefficient in the oneway random effects model
Donner, Allan

8396. The role of differential geometry in statistical theory
BarndorffNielsen, O. E.,
Cox, D. R.,
Reid, N.

97108. Obituary: Octav Onicescu, 18921983
Iosifescu, Marius