# Journal of Applied Statistics
1997 - 2018
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**Volume 45, issue 3, 2018**
- Heteroscedastic log-exponentiated Weibull regression model pp. 384-408
*Edwin M. M. Ortega*, *Artur J. Lemonte*, *Gauss M. Cordeiro*, *Vicente G. Cancho* and *Fábio L. Mialhe*
- Comparative GMM and GQL logistic regression models on hierarchical data pp. 409-425
*Bei Wang* and *Jeffrey Wilson*
- Estimating the population proportion in pair ranked set sampling with application to air quality monitoring pp. 426-437
*Ehsan Zamanzade* and *M. Mahdizadeh*
- A Bayesian analysis of clustered discrete and continuous outcomes pp. 438-449
*Dale Bowman* and *E. Olusegun George*
- Testing discontinuities in nonparametric regression pp. 450-473
*Wenlin Dai*, *Yuejin Zhou* and *Tiejun Tong*
- An improved meta-analysis for analyzing cylindrical-type time series data with applications to forecasting problem in environmental study pp. 474-486
*Shuo Wang*, *Sungsu Kim* and *Thelge Buddika Peiris*
- Statistical learning on emerging economies pp. 487-507
*Eftychia Solea*, *Bing Li* and *Aleksandra Slavković*
- Development of an urban intensity index to facilitate urban ecosystem studies in Trinidad and Tobago pp. 508-527
*Samantha Chadee* and *Valerie Stoute*
- Inferences from logistic regression models in the presence of small samples, rare events, nonlinearity, and multicollinearity with observational data pp. 528-546
*Jason Bergtold*, *Elizabeth A. Yeager* and *Allen Featherstone*
- Addressing the problem of missing data in decision tree modeling pp. 547-557
*Saiedeh Haji-Maghsoudi*, *Azam Rastegari*, *Behshid Garrusi* and *Mohammad Reza Baneshi*
- Layered clays in PP polymer dispersion: the effect of the processing conditions pp. 558-567
*M. F. de Almeida*, *Aldina Correia* and *Eliana Costa e Silva*
- Spatially explicit survival modeling for small area cancer data pp. 568-585
*Georgiana Onicescu*, *Andrew B. Lawson*, *Jiajia Zhang*, *Mulugeta Gebregziabher*, *Kristin Wallace* and *Jan M. Eberth*
**Volume 45, issue 2, 2018**
- L-moments of the Birnbaum–Saunders distribution and its extreme value version: estimation, goodness of fit and application to earthquake data pp. 187-209
*Camilo Lillo*, *Víctor Leiva*, *Orietta Nicolis* and *Robert G. Aykroyd*
- Classification rules for identifying individuals at high risk of developing myocardial infarction based on ApoB, ApoA1 and the ratio were determined using a Bayesian approach pp. 210-224
*S. Islam*, *S. Anand*, *M. McQueen*, *J. Hamid*, *L. Thabane*, *S. Yusuf* and *J. Beyene*
- Selection of terms in random coefficient regression models pp. 225-242
*Francisco M. M. Rocha* and *Julio M. Singer*
- Detection of a pair of outliers in a sample from a Gumbel distribution with known scale parameter pp. 243-254
*S. Lalitha* and *Pratyasha Tripathi*
- A comparative simulation of multiple testing procedures in circular data problems pp. 255-269
*Feridun Tasdan* and *Ozgur Yeniay*
- Bayesian inference for the randomly censored Burr-type XII distribution pp. 270-283
*Muhammad Yameen Danish*, *Irshad Ahmad Arshad* and *Muhammad Aslam*
- The uniform distribution product: an approach to the inventory model using R pp. 284-297
*Amílcar Oliveira*, *Teresa Oliveira* and *Antonio Seijas-Macías*
- A Bayesian hierarchical model for estimating the cost of postponing the cyclo-cross national championships pp. 298-305
*J. T. Fry*, *Andrew Hoegh*, *Scotland Leman* and *Matthew Montesano*
- Evaluation of different statistical methods using SAS software: an in silico approach for analysis of real-time PCR data pp. 306-319
*Mohammadreza Nassiri*, *Mahdi Elahi Torshizi*, *Shahrokh Ghovvati* and *Mohammad Doosti*
- Bayesian truncated beta nonlinear mixed-effects models pp. 320-346
*Carolina Costa Mota Paraíba*, *Natalia Bochkina* and *Carlos Alberto Ribeiro Diniz*
- A new algorithm for clustering based on kernel density estimation pp. 347-366
*L. C. Matioli*, *S.R. Santos*, *M. Kleina* and *E. A. Leite*
- Robust modelling of the relationship between CD4 and viral load for complex AIDS data pp. 367-383
*Tingting Yu* and *Lang Wu*
**Volume 45, issue 1, 2018**
- Spatial–temporal variation of casuarina spread in Cauvery delta and north eastern zone of Tamil Nadu, India: a spatial autoregressive model pp. 1-7
*M. Vijayabhama*, *R. Jaisankar*, *S. Varadha Raj* and *K. Baranidharan*
- Variable selection in gamma regression models via artificial bee colony algorithm pp. 8-16
*Emre Dunder*, *Serpil Gumustekin* and *Mehmet Ali Cengiz*
- Energy performance evaluation of OECD countries using Bayesian stochastic frontier analysis and Bayesian network classifiers pp. 17-25
*Mehmet Ali Cengiz*, *Emre Dünder* and *Talat Şenel*
- Lasso-type estimation for covariate-adjusted linear model pp. 26-42
*Feng Li* and *Yiqiang Lu*
- Verification in biometric systems: problems and modern methods of their solution pp. 43-62
*Kartlos Joseph Kachiashvili* and *Archil Iveri Prangishvili*
- Simultaneous edit-imputation and disclosure limitation for business establishment data pp. 63-82
*Hang J. Kim*, *Jerome P. Reiter* and *Alan F. Karr*
- Simple components pp. 83-99
*T. F. Cox* and *D. S. Arnold*
- Robust regression: an inferential method for determining which independent variables are most important pp. 100-111
*Rand R. Wilcox*
- A functional data approach to model score difference process in professional basketball games pp. 112-127
*Tao Chen* and *Qingliang (Michael) Fan*
- Poisson–exponential distribution: different methods of estimation pp. 128-144
*Giovani Carrara Rodrigues*, *Francisco Louzada* and *Pedro Luiz Ramos*
- Generalized Tobit models: diagnostics and application in econometrics pp. 145-167
*Michelli Barros*, *Manuel Galea*, *Víctor Leiva* and *Manoel Santos-Neto*
- Gaussian Markov random field spatial models in GAMLSS pp. 168-186
*Fernanda De Bastiani*, *Robert A. Rigby*, *Dimitrios M. Stasinopoulous*, *Audrey H.M.A. Cysneiros* and *Miguel A. Uribe-Opazo*
**Volume 44, issue 16, 2017**
- Fractionally integrated GARCH model with tempered stable distribution: a simulation study pp. 2837-2857
*L. Feng* and *Y. Shi*
- MARS as an alternative approach of Gaussian graphical model for biochemical networks pp. 2858-2876
*Ezgi Ayyıldız*, *Melih Ağraz* and *Vilda Purutçuoğlu*
- The evaluation study on tourism websites: from the perspective of triangular intuitionistic fuzzy multiple attribute group decision making pp. 2877-2889
*Tonghui Lian*, *Caihua Yu*, *Zhongqun Wang* and *Zhiping Hou*
- Analyzing dependence in incidence of diabetes and heart problem using generalized bivariate geometric models with covariates pp. 2890-2907
*M. Ataharul Islam*, *Rafiqul I. Chowdhury* and *K. S. Sultan*
- Causal inferences from many experiments pp. 2908-2922
*Wendy K. Tam Cho*
- Empirical likelihood-based robust tests for genetic association analysis with quantitative traits pp. 2923-2935
*Wenjun Xiong*, *You Su* and *Juan Ding*
- The evaluation of socio-economic development of development agency regions in Turkey using classical and robust principal component analyses pp. 2936-2948
*Hasan Bulut* and *Yüksel Öner*
- A clustering cure rate model with application to a sealant study pp. 2949-2962
*Diego I. Gallardo*, *Heleno Bolfarine* and *Atonio Carlos Pedroso-de-Lima*
- Exponentiated-exponential geometric regression model pp. 2963-2977
*Felix Famoye* and *Carl Lee*
- A new generalized weighted Weibull distribution with decreasing, increasing, upside-down bathtub, N-shape and M-shape hazard rate pp. 2978-2993
*Filippo Domma*, *Francesca Condino* and *Božidar V. Popović*
- Valid estimates for repeated randomized response methods pp. 2994-3010
*Heiko Groenitz*
- Multivariate hierarchical Bayesian models and choice of priors in the analysis of survey data pp. 3011-3032
*Diego Montano*
- Estimation and diagnostic for skew-normal partially linear models pp. 3033-3053
*Clécio S. Ferreira* and *Gilberto A. Paula*
**Volume 44, issue 15, 2017**
- Model selection with missing covariates for policy considerations in fox enclosures pp. 2645-2658
*Andrew Hoegh*, *Ian Crandell*, *Scott Klopfer* and *Mike Fies*
- Generalized Poisson–Lindley linear model for count data pp. 2659-2671
*Weerinrada Wongrin* and *Winai Bodhisuwan*
- Case study: shipping trend estimation and prediction via multiscale variance stabilisation pp. 2672-2684
*Antonis Michis* and *Guy P. Nason*
- Updating a nonlinear discriminant function estimated from a mixture of two Burr Type III distributions pp. 2685-2696
*A. S. Al-Moisheer*
- Penalized multidimensional fitting for protein movement detection pp. 2697-2715
*Hiba Alawieh*, *Nicolas Wicker*, *Baydaa Al Ayoubi* and *Luc Moulinier*
- A general location model with zero-inflated counts and skew normal outcomes pp. 2716-2728
*Sayed Jamal Mirkamali* and *Mojtaba Ganjali*
- CO-tucker: a new method for the simultaneous analysis of a sequence of paired tables pp. 2729-2755
*Susana Mendes*, *M. José Fernández-Gómez*, *Sónia Cotrim Marques*, *Miguel Ângelo Pardal*, *Ulisses Miranda Azeiteiro* and *M. Purificación Galindo-Villardón*
- Simulated maximum likelihood estimation in joint models for multiple longitudinal markers and recurrent events of multiple types, in the presence of a terminal event pp. 2756-2777
*M. H. Hof*, *J. Z. Musoro*, *R. B. Geskus*, *G. H. Struijk*, *I. J. M. ten Berge* and *A. H. Zwinderman*
- Analysis of interval censored failure time data with competing risk pp. 2778-2790
*Yang-Jin Kim*
- Bayesian binary quantile regression for the analysis of Bachelor-to-Master transition pp. 2791-2812
*Cristina Mollica* and *Lea Petrella*
- A shared parameter model of longitudinal measurements and survival time with heterogeneous random-effects distribution pp. 2813-2836
*Taban Baghfalaki*, *Mojtaba Ganjali* and *Geert Verbeke*
**Volume 44, issue 14, 2017**
- A Monte Carlo-based pseudo-coefficient of determination for generalized linear models with binary outcome pp. 2458-2482
*Selen Cakmakyapan* and *Haydar Demirhan*
- Measuring and estimating the interaction between exposures on a dichotomous outcome for observational studies pp. 2483-2498
*Xiaoqin Wang*, *Weimin Ye* and *Li Yin*
- Parameter estimation of the flexible Weibull distribution for type I censored samples pp. 2499-2512
*Arwa Nasr*, *Soufiane Gasmi* and *Fayçal Ben Hmida*
- A fuzzy clustering approach to evaluate individual competencies from REFLEX data pp. 2513-2533
*Abdul Suleman*
- Modeling and predicting extreme cyber attack rates via marked point processes pp. 2534-2563
*Chen Peng*, *Maochao Xu*, *Shouhuai Xu* and *Taizhong Hu*
- Linear regression: robust heteroscedastic confidence bands that have some specified simultaneous probability coverage pp. 2564-2574
*Rand R. Wilcox*
- Estimation of the Burr type III distribution with application in unified hybrid censored sample of fracture toughness pp. 2575-2592
*Hanieh Panahi*
- Short-run price forecast performance of individual and composite models for 496 corn cash markets pp. 2593-2620
*Xiaojie Xu*
- Ties in one block comparison experiments: a generalization of the Mallows–Bradley–Terry ranking model pp. 2621-2644
*Amadou Sawadogo*, *Simplice Dossou-Gbété* and *Dominique Lafon*
**Volume 44, issue 13, 2017**
- Statistical monitoring of a web server for error rates: a bivariate time-series copula-based modeling approach pp. 2287-2300
*Anderson Ara*, *Francisco Louzada* and *Carlos A. R. Diniz*
- Joint modeling of bottle use, daily milk intake from bottles, and daily energy intake in toddlers pp. 2301-2316
*Yungtai Lo*
- Extraction of sea temperature in the Barents Sea by a scale space multiresolution method – prospects for Atlantic salmon pp. 2317-2336
*Leena Pasanen*, *Päivi Laukkanen-Nevala*, *Ilkka Launonen*, *Sergey Prusov*, *Lasse Holmström*, *Eero Niemelä* and *Jaakko Erkinaro*
- Combined asymmetric spatial weights matrix with application to housing prices pp. 2337-2353
*Haiyong Zhang* and *Xinyu Wang*
- Jointly modeling skew longitudinal survival data with missingness and mismeasured covariates pp. 2354-2367
*Tao Lu*
- A generalized binomial exponential 2 distribution: modeling and applications to hydrologic events pp. 2368-2387
*A. Asgharzadeh*, *Hassan S. Bakouch* and *M. Habibi*
- A link-free sparse group variable selection method for single-index model pp. 2388-2400
*Bilin Zeng*, *Xuerong Meggie Wen* and *Lixing Zhu*
- Modelling and classification of species abundance: a case study in the Barro Colorado Island plot pp. 2401-2409
*Abdollah Jalilian*
- A Bayesian model for multiple change point to extremes, with application to environmental and financial data pp. 2410-2426
*Fernando Ferraz do Nascimento* and *Wyara Vanesa Moura e Silva*
- Modeling of paired zero-inflated continuous data without breaking down paired designs pp. 2427-2443
*Tiago R. Pellegrini*, *M. Tariqul Hasan* and *Renjun Ma*
- Outlier detection with Mahalanobis square distance: incorporating small sample correction factor pp. 2444-2457
*Meltem Ekiz* and *O.Ufuk Ekiz*
**Volume 44, issue 12, 2017**
- Variation in caesarean delivery rates across hospitals: a Bayesian semi-parametric approach pp. 2095-2107
*M. Cannas*, *C. Conversano*, *F. Mola* and *E. Sironi*
- Local influence in seemingly unrelated regression model with ridge estimate pp. 2108-2124
*Z. Naji*, *A. Rasekh* and *E. L. Boone*
- Partially linear models and their applications to change point detection of chemical process data pp. 2125-2141
*Clécio S. Ferreira*, *Camila B. Zeller*, *Aparecida M. S. Mimura* and *Júlio C. J. Silva*
- Self-selection and direct estimation of across-regime correlation parameter pp. 2142-2160
*Giorgio Calzolari* and *Antonino Di Pino*
- Difference-based matrix perturbation method for semi-parametric regression with multicollinearity pp. 2161-2171
*Chien-Chia L. Huang*, *Yow-Jen Jou* and *Hsun-Jung Cho*
- Multivariate analysis of variance for functional data pp. 2172-2189
*T. Górecki* and *Ł. Smaga*
- Analysis of a marker for cancer of the thyroid with a limit of detection pp. 2190-2203
*Nicholas T. Longford*, *José Rafael Tovar Cuevas* and *Carlos Alvear*
- A new confidence interval in errors-in-variables model with known error variance pp. 2204-2221
*Liang Yan*, *Rui Wang* and *Xingzhong Xu*
- Objective Bayesian analysis based on upper record values from two-parameter Rayleigh distribution with partial information pp. 2222-2237
*Jung In Seo* and *Yongku Kim*
- Marshall–Olkin distribution: parameter estimation and application to cancer data pp. 2238-2250
*Yeşim Güney*, *Yetkin Tuaç* and *Olcay Arslan*
- An evaluation of ridge estimator in linear mixed models: an example from kidney failure data pp. 2251-2269
*M. Revan Özkale* and *Funda Can*
- Multiple linear regression with compositional response and covariates pp. 2270-2285
*Jiajia Chen*, *Xiaoqin Zhang* and *Shengjia Li*
**Volume 44, issue 11, 2017**
- Functional analysis of high-content high-throughput imaging data pp. 1903-1919
*Xiaoqi Jiang*, *Steven Wink*, *Bob van de Water* and *Annette Kopp-Schneider*
- Joint GEEs for multivariate correlated data with incomplete binary outcomes pp. 1920-1937
*G. Inan* and *R. Yucel*
- Checking identifiability of covariance parameters in linear mixed effects models pp. 1938-1946
*Wei Wang*
- Inference with three-level prior distributions in quantile regression problems pp. 1947-1959
*Rahim Alhamzawi*
- Multiple-index varying-coefficient models for longitudinal data pp. 1960-1978
*Hongmei Lin*, *Wenchao Xu*, *Riquan Zhang*, *Jianhong Shi* and *Yuedong Wang*
- A varying coefficient approach to estimating hedonic housing price functions and their quantiles pp. 1979-1999
*Alan T. K. Wan*, *Shangyu Xie* and *Yong Zhou*
- A likelihood-based approach for multivariate one-sided tests with missing data pp. 2000-2016
*Guohai Zhou*, *Lang Wu*, *Rollin Brant* and *J. Mark Ansermino*
- Estimation of flood frequencies from data sets with outliers using mixed distribution functions pp. 2017-2035
*Milan Stojković*, *Stevan Prohaska* and *Nikola Zlatanović*
- Simultaneous confidence bands for restricted logistic regression models pp. 2036-2051
*Lucy Kerns* and *John T. Chen*
- Bayesian inference for sinh-normal/independent nonlinear regression models pp. 2052-2074
*Filidor Vilca*, *Caio L. N. Azevedo* and *N. Balakrishnan*
- A distribution-free multivariate CUSUM control chart using dynamic control limits pp. 2075-2093
*Wenjuan Liang*, *Xiaolong Pu* and *Dongdong Xiang*
**Volume 44, issue 10, 2017**
- Principal component analysis-based muscle identification for myoelectric-controlled exoskeleton knee pp. 1707-1720
*I.S. Dhindsa*, *R. Agarwal* and *H.S. Ryait*
- Stochastic correlation coefficient ensembles for variable selection pp. 1721-1742
*JinXing Che* and *YouLong Yang*
- Inflated assessments of disability pp. 1743-1760
*Nicholas T. Longford*
- Spatial prediction of crystalline defects observed in molecular dynamic simulations of plastic damage pp. 1761-1784
*Geoffrey Colin L. Peterson*, *Dong Li*, *Brian J. Reich* and *Donald Brenner*
- Bayesian networks and the assessment of universities' value added pp. 1785-1806
*F. Cugnata*, *G. Perucca* and *S. Salini*
- Marginal zero-inflated regression models for count data pp. 1807-1826
*Jacob Martin* and *Daniel B. Hall*
- Marginal models for the association structure of hierarchical binary responses pp. 1827-1838
*André G. F. C. Costa*, *Enrico A. Colosimo*, *Aline B. M. Vaz*, *José Luiz P. Silva* and *Leila D. Amorim*
- A robust variable screening method for high-dimensional data pp. 1839-1855
*Tao Wang*, *Lin Zheng*, *Zhonghua Li* and *Haiyang Liu*
- Nonparametric estimation of mean residual quantile function under right censoring pp. 1856-1874
*P.G. Sankaran* and *N.N. Midhu*
- A comparison of risk transfer strategies for a portfolio of life annuities based on RORAC pp. 1875-1892
*Fabio Baione*, *Paolo De Angelis*, *Massimiliano Menzietti* and *Agostino Tripodi*
- Does diversification promote risk reduction and profitability raise? Estimation of dynamic impacts using the pooled mean group model pp. 1893-1901
*Ying-Hsiu Chen* and *Po-Lin Lai*
**Volume 44, issue 9, 2017**
- Dependence between oil and commodities markets using time-varying Archimedean copulas and effectiveness of hedging strategies pp. 1509-1542
*Ahmed Ghorbel*, *Wajdi Hamma* and *Anis Jarboui*
- Bayesian inference for random coefficient dynamic panel data models pp. 1543-1559
*Fang Liu*, *Peng Zhang*, *Ibrahim Erkan* and *Dylan S. Small*
- A spatial analysis of health and pharmaceutical firm survival pp. 1560-1575
*Giuseppe Arbia*, *Giuseppe Espa*, *Diego Giuliani* and *Rocco Micciolo*
- Estimation and prediction for the generalized inverted exponential distribution based on progressively first-failure-censored data with application pp. 1576-1608
*Essam A. Ahmed*
- Complexity in applying spatial analysis to describe heterogeneous air-trapping in thoracic imaging data pp. 1609-1629
*Eran A. Barnoy*, *Hyun J. Kim* and *David W. Gjertson*
- Bayesian estimation for a mixture of simplex distributions with an unknown number of components: HDI analysis in Brazil pp. 1630-1643
*Rosineide Fernando da Paz*, *Jorge Luis Bazán* and *Luis Aparecido Milan*
- Comparison and robustness of the REML, ML, MIVQUE estimators for multi-level random mediation model pp. 1644-1661
*Ying Liu*, *Fang Luo*, *Danhui Zhang* and *Hongyun Liu*
- Penalized least squares smoothing of two-dimensional mortality tables with imposed smoothness pp. 1662-1679
*Eliud Silva* and *Víctor M. Guerrero*
- Investigating the sensitivity function's monotony of a health-related index pp. 1680-1706
*Fragkiskos Bersimis*, *Demosthenes Panagiotakos* and *Malvina Vamvakari*
**Volume 44, issue 8, 2017**
- Cusum control for data following the von Mises distribution pp. 1319-1332
*Douglas M. Hawkins* and *F. Lombard*
- Nonparametric predictive inference for stock returns pp. 1333-1349
*Rebecca M. Baker*, *Tahani Coolen-Maturi* and *Frank P. A. Coolen*
- Comparison of asymmetric stochastic volatility models under different correlation structures pp. 1350-1368
*Zhongxian Men*, *Don McLeish*, *Adam W. Kolkiewicz* and *Tony S. Wirjanto*
- Estimation on dependent right censoring scheme in an ordinary bivariate geometric distribution pp. 1369-1384
*N. Davarzani*, *L. Golparvar*, *A. Parsian* and *R. Peeters*
- Daily soil temperature modeling using ‘panel-data’ concept pp. 1385-1401
*A. Mahabbati*, *A. Izady*, *M. Mousavi Baygi*, *K. Davary* and *S. M. Hasheminia*
- A generalized pivotal quantity approach to portfolio selection pp. 1402-1420
*Philip L.H. Yu*, *Thomas Mathew* and *Yuanyuan Zhu*
- Employee turnover forecasting for human resource management based on time series analysis pp. 1421-1440
*Xiaojuan Zhu*, *William Seaver*, *Rapinder Sawhney*, *Shuguang Ji*, *Bruce Holt*, *Gurudatt Bhaskar Sanil* and *Girish Upreti*
- Designing and analyzing a mixture experiment to optimize the mixing proportions of polyvinyl chloride composites pp. 1441-1465
*Safwan A. Altarazi* and *Rula M. Allaf*
- Comparison of dichotomized and distributional approaches in rare event clinical trial design: a fixed Bayesian design pp. 1466-1478
*Yang Lei*, *Susan Carlson*, *Lisa N. Yelland*, *Maria Makrides*, *Robert Gibson* and *Byron J. Gajewski*
- Estimation based on progressive first-failure censoring from exponentiated exponential distribution pp. 1479-1494
*Heba S. Mohammed*, *Saieed F. Ateya* and *Essam K. AL-Hussaini*
- Classification of form under heterogeneity and non-isotropic errors pp. 1495-1508
*Farag Shuweihdi*, *Charles C. Taylor* and *Arief Gusnanto*
**Volume 44, issue 7, 2017**
- An approach to measure distance between compositional diet estimates containing essential zeros pp. 1137-1152
*Connie Stewart*
- A new cure rate model based on the Yule–Simon distribution with application to a melanoma data set pp. 1153-1164
*Diego I. Gallardo*, *Héctor W. Gómez* and *Heleno Bolfarine*
- Bayesian prediction of unobserved values for Type-II censored data pp. 1165-1180
*Tatsuya Kubota* and *Takeshi Kurosawa*
- Path analysis and determining the distribution of indirect effects via simulation pp. 1181-1210
*Öznur İşçi Güneri*, *Atilla Göktaş* and *Uğur Kayalı*
- Comparison of bootstrap estimation intervals to forecast arithmetic mean and median air passenger demand pp. 1211-1224
*Rafael Bernardo Carmona-Benítez* and *María Rosa Nieto*
- Use of jump process to model mobility in massive multiplayer on-line games pp. 1225-1247
*Izabella A. R. A. Santos*, *Denise Duarte* and *Marcelo Azevedo Costa*
- Bayesian modeling of dynamic extreme values: extension of generalized extreme value distributions with latent stochastic processes pp. 1248-1268
*Jouchi Nakajima*, *Tsuyoshi Kunihama* and *Yasuhiro Omori*
- Estimating the turning point location in shifted exponential model of time series pp. 1269-1281
*Camillo Cammarota*
- Longitudinal shape analysis by using the spherical coordinates pp. 1282-1295
*M. Moghimbeygi* and *M. Golalizadeh*
- Bivariate multilevel models for the analysis of mathematics and reading pupils' achievements pp. 1296-1317
*C. Masci*, *F. Ieva*, *Tommaso Agasisti* and *A. M. Paganoni*
**Volume 44, issue 6, 2017**
- Failure probability estimation under additional subsystem information with application to semiconductor burn-in pp. 955-967
*D. Kurz*, *H. Lewitschnig* and *J. Pilz*
- S-estimator in partially linear regression models pp. 968-977
*Yunlu Jiang*
- Learning-based EM algorithm for normal-inverse Gaussian mixture model with application to extrasolar planets pp. 978-999
*Wen-Liang Hung* and *Shou-Jen Chang-Chien*
- Continuous single attribute control chart for Markov-dependent processes pp. 1000-1012
*M. P. Gadre*, *S. B. Adnaik* and *R.N. Rattihalli*
- Inference about regression parameters using highly stratified survey count data with over-dispersion and repeated measurements pp. 1013-1030
*S. Wang*, *N. G. Cadigan* and *H. P. Benoît*
- A proportional odds transition model for ordinal responses with an application to pig behaviour pp. 1031-1046
*I. A. R. de Lara*, *J. P. Hinde*, *A. C. de Castro* and *I. J. O. da Silva*
- Negative variance components for non-negative hierarchical data with correlation, over-, and/or underdispersion pp. 1047-1063
*I. R. C. Oliveira*, *G. Molenberghs*, *G. Verbeke*, *C. G. B. Demétrio* and *C. T. S. Dias*
- Application of hidden semi-Markov models for the seismic hazard assessment of the North and South Aegean Sea, Greece pp. 1064-1085
*C. E. Pertsinidou*, *G. Tsaklidis*, *E. Papadimitriou* and *N. Limnios*
- An statistic for fixed effects in the generalized linear mixed model pp. 1086-1105
*Byron C. Jaeger*, *Lloyd J. Edwards*, *Kalyan Das* and *Pranab K. Sen*
- New goodness of fit tests for the Cauchy distribution pp. 1106-1121
*M. Mahdizadeh* and *Ehsan Zamanzade*
- Nonparametric tests for strictly increasing virtual valuations pp. 1122-1136
*Rui Fang* and *Xiaohu Li*
**Volume 44, issue 5, 2017**
- A new four-parameter lifetime distribution pp. 767-797
*Mojtaba Alizadeh*, *Seyyed Fazel Bagheri*, *Mohammad Alizadeh* and *Saralees Nadarajah*
- Flexible objective Bayesian linear regression with applications in survival analysis pp. 798-810
*Francisco J. Rubio* and *Keming Yu*
- Bayesian and maximum likelihood estimations of the inverted exponentiated half logistic distribution under progressive Type II censoring pp. 811-832
*Kyeongjun Lee* and *Youngseuk Cho*
- Generalized linear models with covariate measurement error and unknown link function pp. 833-852
*Nels Johnson* and *Inyoung Kim*
- Bayesian elastic net single index quantile regression pp. 853-871
*Taha Alshaybawee*, *Habshah Midi* and *Rahim Alhamzawi*
- A sequential discrimination procedure for two almost identically shaped wrapped distributions pp. 872-881
*Mian Arif Shams Adnan* and *Shongkour Roy*
- A practical method to calculate probabilities: illustrative example from the electronic industry business pp. 882-896
*Douglas Moura Miranda* and *Samuel Vieira Conceição*
- Correlated random effects regression analysis for a log-normally distributed variable pp. 897-915
*Rabindra Nath Das* and *Anis Chandra Mukhopadhyay*
- Bayesian estimation and prediction based on lognormal record values pp. 916-940
*Sukhdev Singh*, *Yogesh Mani Tripathi* and *Shuo-Jye Wu*
- Inference for the common mean of several Birnbaum–Saunders populations pp. 941-954
*Xu Guo*, *Hecheng Wu*, *Gaorong Li* and *Qiuyue Li*
**Volume 44, issue 4, 2017**
- Intervention time series analysis of voluntary, counselling and testing on HIV infections in West African sub-region: the case of Ghana pp. 571-582
*Patrick Aboagye-Sarfo*, *James Cross* and *Ute Mueller*
- Fuzzy clustering of probability density functions pp. 583-601
*Thao Nguyentrang* and *Tai Vovan*
- Critical values improvement for the standard normal homogeneity test by combining Monte Carlo and regression approaches pp. 602-619
*Michele Rienzner* and *Francesca Ieva*
- Local influence diagnostics for generalized linear mixed models with overdispersion pp. 620-641
*Trias Wahyuni Rakhmawati*, *Geert Molenberghs*, *Geert Verbeke* and *Christel Faes*
- Statistical measurement of the inventory shortage cost pp. 642-648
*Feng Xu*
- A new Bayesian wavelet thresholding estimator of nonparametric regression pp. 649-666
*M. Afshari*, *F. Lak* and *B. Gholizadeh*
- Seemingly unrelated systems of econometric equations pp. 667-684
*Eudoxia Kakarantza* and *Spyridon D. Symeonides*
- Comparison of data analysis procedures for real-time nanoparticle sampling data using classical regression and ARIMA models pp. 685-699
*Seunghon Ham*, *Sunju Kim*, *Naroo Lee*, *Pilje Kim*, *Igchun Eom*, *Byoungcheun Lee*, *Perng-Jy Tsai*, *Kiyoung Lee* and *Chungsik Yoon*
- A high breakdown, high efficiency and bounded influence modified GM estimator based on support vector regression pp. 700-714
*Waleed Dhhan*, *Sohel Rana* and *Habshah Midi*
- Distribution analysis of train interval journey time employing the censored model with shifting character pp. 715-733
*Maosheng Li*, *Zhengqiu Liu*, *Yonghong Zhang*, *Weijun Liu* and *Feng Shi*
- Exploratory tools for outlier detection in compositional data with structural zeros pp. 734-752
*M. Templ*, *K. Hron* and *P. Filzmoser*
- More efficient logistic analysis using moving extreme ranked set sampling pp. 753-766
*Hani M. Samawi*, *Haresh Rochani*, *Daniel Linder* and *Arpita Chatterjee*
**Volume 44, issue 3, 2017**
- -distance and classification problem by Bayesian method pp. 385-401
*Tai Vovan*
- Coefficient of variation: the second-order alternative pp. 402-415
*Tarald O. Kvålseth*
- Application of trajectories from growth curve in identification of longitudinal biomarker for the multivariate survival data pp. 416-426
*Feng-shou Ko*
- Spatio-temporal model for crop yield forecasting pp. 427-440
*Panudet Saengseedam* and *Nantachai Kantanantha*
- A nonlinear mixed-effects model for multivariate longitudinal data with partially observed outcomes with application to HIV disease dynamics pp. 441-456
*A. G. Luwanda* and *H. G. Mwambi*
- On stratified bivariate ranked set sampling with optimal allocation for naïve and ratio estimators pp. 457-473
*Lili Yu*, *Hani Samawi*, *Daniel Linder*, *Arpita Chatterjee*, *Yisong Huang* and *Robert Vogel*
- Empirical likelihood inferences for varying coefficient partially nonlinear models pp. 474-492
*Xiaoshuang Zhou*, *Peixin Zhao* and *Xiuli Wang*
- Split-plot designs for multistage experimentation pp. 493-510
*Murat Kulahci* and *John Tyssedal*
- Dealing with big data: comparing dimension reduction and shrinkage regression methods pp. 511-532
*Hamideh D. Hamedani* and *Sara Sadat Moosavi*
- Proximal support vector machine techniques on medical prediction outcome pp. 533-553
*Krystallenia Drosou* and *Christos Koukouvinos*
- Elite players’ perceptions of football playing surfaces: a mixed effects ordinal logistic regression model of players’ perceptions pp. 554-570
*A. Owen*, *A. C. Smith*, *P. Osei-Owusu*, *A. Harland* and *J. R. Roberts*
**Volume 44, issue 2, 2017**
- Redefining standards for body mass index of the US population based on BRFSS data using mixtures pp. 197-211
*Tatjana Miljkovic*, *Saleem Shaik* and *Dragan Miljkovic*
- Weighting variables in Kohonen competitive learning algorithms pp. 212-232
*Wen-Liang Hung*, *De-Hua Chen* and *Jenn-Hwai Yang*
- A new log-location regression model: estimation, influence diagnostics and residual analysis pp. 233-252
*Rodrigo R. Pescim*, *Edwin M. M. Ortega*, *Gauss M. Cordeiro* and *Morad Alizadeh*
- Bayesian variable selection and estimation in maximum entropy quantile regression pp. 253-269
*Shiyi Tu*, *Min Wang* and *Xiaoqian Sun*
- Multiple imputation for ordinal longitudinal data with monotone missing data patterns pp. 270-287
*A.Y. Kombo*, *H. Mwambi* and *G. Molenberghs*
- The weighted general linear model for longitudinal medical cost data – an application in colorectal cancer pp. 288-307
*Y. T. Hwang*, *C. H. Huang*, *W. L. Yeh* and *Y. D. Shen*
- Statistics and recognition for software birthmark based on clustering analysis pp. 308-324
*YangXia Luo*
- Monitoring foreclosure rates with a spatially risk-adjusted Bernoulli CUSUM chart for concurrent observations pp. 325-341
*Matthew J. Keefe*, *Christopher T. Franck* and *William H. Woodall*
- A new test to detect monotonic and non-monotonic types of heteroscedasticity pp. 342-361
*Reşit Çelik*
- Testing of homogeneity of variance and autocorrelation coefficients of nonlinear mixed models with AR(1) errors based on M-estimation pp. 362-375
*Huihui Sun*
- Economic design of acceptance sampling plans for truncated life test using Frechet distribution pp. 376-384
*D. Malathi* and *S. Muthulakshmi*
**Volume 44, issue 1, 2017**
- Editorial pp. 1-2
*Jie Chen*
- Inference for a series system with dependent masked data under progressive interval censoring pp. 3-15
*Jing Cai*, *Yimin Shi* and *Bin Liu*
- Analysis of ranked data in randomized blocks when there are missing values pp. 16-23
*D. J. Best* and *J. C. W. Rayner*
- Missing data methods for arbitrary missingness with small samples pp. 24-39
*Daniel McNeish*
- The equivalence of two approaches to incorporating variance uncertainty in sample size calculations for linear statistical models pp. 40-56
*Gwowen Shieh*
- Beta approximation of ratio distribution and its application to next generation sequencing read counts pp. 57-70
*Shengping Yang* and *Zhide Fang*
- A continuous-time HMM approach to modeling the magnitude-frequency distribution of earthquakes pp. 71-88
*Shaochuan Lu*
- Real-time monitoring of carbon monoxide using value-at-risk measure and control charting pp. 89-108
*Sotirios Bersimis*, *Stavros Degiannakis* and *Dimitrios Georgakellos*
- Competing risks quantile regression at work: in-depth exploration of the role of public child support for the duration of maternity leave pp. 109-122
*Stephan Dlugosz*, *Simon M.S. Lo* and *Ralf Wilke*
- A control chart for multivariate Poisson distribution using repetitive sampling pp. 123-136
*Muhammad Aslam*, *G. Srinivasa Rao*, *Liaquat Ahmad* and *Chi-Hyuck Jun*
- A robust statistical approach to select adequate error distributions for financial returns pp. 137-161
*J. Hambuckers* and *C. Heuchenne*
- Shrinkage estimation in lognormal regression model for censored data pp. 162-180
*Shakhawat Hossain* and *Hatem A. Howlader*
- Fiscal decentralization, financial efficiency and upgrading the industrial structure: an empirical analysis of a spatial heterogeneity model pp. 181-196
*Jianmin Liu*, *Xiaomei Hu* and *Jinguang Wu*
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