No.1 (1963)

On the limiting distributions in Markov renewal processes with finitely many states

Yasushi Taga (**15**, 1-10)

Discriminant analysis

M.M. Rao (**15**, 11-24)

The F-test in the intrablock analysis of a class of PBIB designs

P.V. Rao (**15**, 25-36)

Bivariate life-testing models for two component systems

Samir Kumar Bhattacharya and Mahabaleshwara Holla (**15**, 37-43)

On estimating quantiles

J.R. Blum and Judah Rosenblatt (**15**, 45-50)

Estimation of a set of fixed variates for observed values of dependent variates with normal multivariate regression models subjected to linear restrictions

D.G. Kabe (**15**, 51-59)

Randomized unbiased estimation of restricted parameters

Masaaki Sibuya (**15**, 61-66)

On two systems of unequal probability sampling without replacement

J.N.K. Rao (**15**, 67-72)

On the come-and-stay interarrival time in a modified queueing system M/G/1

Shunro Takamatsu (**15**, 73-78)

Minimax interval estimates with a shortness criterion : A new formulation

H.S. Konijn (**15**, 79-81)

A note on an identity involving binomial coefficients

Zakkula Govindarajulu and Yukio Suzuki (**15**, 83-85)

No.2 (1963)

Asymptotic equivalence of probability distributions with applications to some problems of asymptotic independence

Sadao Ikeda (**15**, 87-116)

On weighted rank-sum tests for dispersion

P.K. Sen (**15**, 117-135)

Information theory and the limit-theorem for Markov chains and processes with a countable infinity of states

David G. Kendall (**15**, 137-143)

A note on bounds for the asymptotic sampling variance of the maximum likelihood estimator of a parameter in the negative binomial distribution

L.R. Shenton (**15**, 145-151)

Bounded probability properties of Kolmogorov-Smirnov and similar statistics for discrete data

John E. Walsh (**15**, 153-158)

On a functional transform

Giitiro Suzuki (**15**, 159-165)

No.3 (1964)

On a limit theorem for a stochastic process related to quantum biophysics of vision

Keiiti Isii (**15**, 167-175)

Sequential Bayes procedures which never observe more than a bounded number of observations

Lionel Weiss (**15**, 177-185)

On high order moments of the number of renewals

Yasushi Taga (**15**, 187-196)

Sampling efficiency in Monte Carlo analyses

Charles E. Clark (**15**, 197-206)

On the come-and-stay interarrival time in a modified queueing system GI/M/1

Shunro Takamatsu (**15**, 207-213)

A characterization of a bivariate distribution by the marginal and the conditional distributions of the same component

V. Seshadri and G.P. Patil (**15**, 215-221)