No.1 (1967)

On the distribution of the maximum latent root of a positive definite symmetric random matrix

Takesi Hayakawa (**19**, 1-17)

Bayes rules for comparisons of scale parameters of certain distributions

Umesh D. Naik (**19**, 19-37)

On the resolvent of a Brownian motion with drift

Tosiaki Kori (**19**, 39-53)

Queueing models with balking and reneging

S. Subba Rao (**19**, 55-71)

Association schemes of new types and necessary conditions for existence of regular and symmetrical PBIB designs with those association schemes

Kumaichi Kusumoto (**19**, 73-100)

On optimum stratification for the objective variable based on concomitant variables using prior information

Yasushi Taga (**19**, 101-129)

Two-phase sampling for pps estimation

M.S. Chikkagoudar (**19**, 131-142)

On the moments of traces of two matrices in multivariate analysis

C.G. Khatri and K.C.S. Pillai (**19**, 143-156)

Latent roots and vectors of a Wishart matrix

R.P. Gupta (**19**, 157-165)

On the distribution of the second elementary symmetric function of the roots of a matrix

K.C. Sreedharan Pillai and Arjun K. Gupta (**19**, 167-179)

No.2 (1967)

On the notion of affinity of several distributions and some of its applications

Kameo Matusita (**19**, 181-192)

Maximum probability estimators

L. Weiss and J. Wolfowitz (**19**, 193-206)

A decision theoretic approach to time series analysis

Bernt P. Stigum (**19**, 207-243)

Some applications of Loewner's ordering on symmetric matrices

Minoru Siotani (**19**, 245-259)

A two-sample estimate of a common mean

Khursheed Alam (**19**, 261-270)

A two-sample estimate of the largest mean

Khursheed Alam (**19**, 271-283)

Combining independent one-sample tests of significance

Madan L. Puri (**19**, 285-300)

On bilateral and unilateral statistics for tests concerning means of normal populations

Umesh D. Naik (**19**, 301-312)

On the null-distribution of the F-statistics for testing a 'partial' null-hypothesis in a randomized partially balanced incomplete block design with m associate classes under the Neyman model

Junjiro Ogawa, Sadao Ikeda and Motoyasu Ogasawara (**19**, 313-330)

Group-divisible rotatable designs

M.N. Das and A. Dey (**19**, 331-347)

The effect of truncation on the F-test for a class of PBIB designs

P.V. Rao (**19**, 349-354)

On the sample covariance from a bivariate normal distribution

S. James Press (**19**, 355-361)

Note on multidimensional quantification of data obtained by paired comparison

Chikio Hayashi (**19**, 363-365)

A Bayesian hypothesis-decision procedure

James M. Dickey (**19**, 367-369)

Corrections to 'On sequential decision problems with delayed observations' *

Yukio Suzuki (**19**, 371)

Corrections to 'On optimum stratification for the objective variable based on concomitant variables using prior information' *

Yasushi Taga (**19**, 372)

No.3 (1967)

On exact probabilities of some generalized Kolmogorov's D-statistics

Giitiro Suzuki (**19**, 373-388)

Some properties of a class of tests of fit

Lionel Weiss (**19**, 389-399)

BAN linear estimates of the parameters of the normal distribution from censored samples

Mir. M. Ali and L.K. Chan (**19**, 401-411)

Unbiased estimate for 1/p

Milan K. Gupta (**19**, 413-416)

On the extension of Gauss-Markov theorem to complex multivariate linear models

J.N. Srivastava (**19**, 417-437)

Multidimensional tolerance regions based on a large sample

Nobuyuki Nakajima and Keiiti Isii (**19**, 439-449)

On some nonparametric generalizations of Wilks' tests for H_{M}, H_{VC} and H_{MVC}, I

Pranab Kumar Sen (**19**, 451-471)

Classification into multivariate normal populations when the population means are linearly restricted

M.S. Srivastava (**19**, 473-478)

Kolmogorov's \epsilon-entropy of some Gaussian processes

Kimio Kazi (**19**, 479-503)

Comparison of two Bernoulli processes by multiple stage sampling using Bayesian decision theory

Armand V. Smith, Jr. (**19**, 505-518)

Correlation coefficients between nonparametric tests for location and scale

Jean D. Gibbons (**19**, 519-526)

On mixtures of \chi^{2}- and F-distributions which yield distributions of the same family

M.F. Neuts and S. Zacks (**19**, 527-536)

A note on the sum of Poisson probabilities and an application

Paul L. Meyer (**19**, 537-542)