No.1 (1965)

On estimating multinomial probabilities by pooling incomplete samples

Chooichiro Asano (**17**, 1-13)

Controlled selection : A technique in random sampling

B.V. Sukhatme and M.S. Avadhani (**17**, 15-28)

Estimates of parameters of truncated inverse Gaussian distribution

R.C. Patel (**17**, 29-33)

On the simultaneous ANOVA and MANOVA tests

P.R. Krishnaiah (**17**, 35-53)

On multivariate signed rank tests

B.M. Bennett (**17**, 55-61)

A multivariate extension of the Gauss-Markov theorem

J.N. Srivastava (**17**, 63-66)

On testing the hypothesis that submatrices of the multivariate regression matrices of k populations are equal

Takesi Hayakawa and D.G. Kabe (**17**, 67-73)

On the noncentral distribution of Rao's U statistic

D.G. Kabe (**17**, 75-80)

A lower bound to the probability of variance ratio

A.K.P.C. Swain (**17**, 81-84)

Tippett's formulas and other results on sample range and extremes

K.V. Mardia (**17**, 85-91)

On characterizing the exponential distribution by order statistics

A.P. Basu (**17**, 93-96)

On a life test distribution with stochastic deviations in the mean

S.K. Bhattacharya and M.S. Holla (**17**, 97-104)

The optimal sampling procedure for estimating the mean of stationary Markov processes

Yasushi Taga (**17**, 105-112)

Corrections *

(**17**, 113)

No.2 (1965)

Certain class of infinitely divisible characteristic functions

Ryoichi Shimizu (**17**, 115-132)

Existence and determination of optimal estimators relative to convex loss

M.M. Rao (**17**, 133-147)

A necessary condition for the existence of regular and symmetrical PBIB designs of T_{3} type

Kumaichi Kusumoto (**17**, 149-165)

On a multivariate generalization of the simultaneous analysis of variance test

P.R. Krishnaiah (**17**, 167-173)

A note on the confidence bounds for the characteristic roots of dispersion matrices of normal variates

C.G. Khatri (**17**, 175-183)

On the statistical estimation of the frequency response function of a system having multiple input

Hirotugu Akaike (**17**, 185-210)

Truncation in quantal assay

T. Krishnan (**17**, 211-231)

On some asymptotic properties of a class of non-parametric tests based on the number of rare exceedances

P.K. Sen (**17**, 233-255)

Note on the multivariate Burr's distribution

Koiti Takahasi (**17**, 257-260)

An example of the two-sided Wilcoxon test which is not unbiased

Nariaki Sugiura (**17**, 261-263)

An identity involving Stirling numbers

H.W. Gould (**17**, 265-269)

No.3 (1965)

A consistent estimator for the mean deviation of the Pearson type distribution

Giitiro Suzuki (**17**, 271-285)

A property of the mean deviation (of some discrete distributions)

A.R. Kamat (**17**, 287-293)

On Bouman-Velden-Yamamoto's asymptotic evaluation formula for the probability of visual response in a certain experimental research in quantum-biophysics of vision

Sadao Ikeda (**17**, 295-310)

Inequality constrained maximum likelihood estimation

M.A. Hanson (**17**, 311-321)

On some tests of homogeneity of variances

Madan L. Puri (**17**, 323-330)

Runs test for a circular distribution and a table of probabilities

Chooichiro Asano (**17**, 331-346)

The goodness of fit of two (or more) hypothetical principal components

A.M. Kshirsagar and R.P. Gupta (**17**, 347-356)

The distribution of a projected least squares estimator

R.R. Hocking (**17**, 357-362)

A note on the problem of optimum truncation of a bivariate population in stratified random sampling

M. Samanta (**17**, 363-375)

On a discrete compound distribution

M.S. Holla and S.K. Bhattacharya (**17**, 377-384)

Uber eine numerische Methode zur Auflosung der komplexen Gleichungen

Satoki Ninomija (**17**, 385-398)