No.1 (1968)

On unbiased estimates of the population mean based on the sample stratified by means of ordering

Koiti Takahasi and Kazumasa Wakimoto (**20**, 1-31)

Minimax invariant prediction regions

Goro Ishii (**20**, 33-53)

On the use of an index of bias in the estimation of power spectra

Hirotugu Akaike (**20**, 55-69)

On testing certain hypotheses

Yukio Suzuki (**20**, 71-78)

Some distribution-free statistics and their application to the selection problem

Noel S. Bartlett and Zakkula Govindarajulu (**20**, 79-97)

Multi-sample scale problem : Unknown location parameters

Madan L. Puri (**20**, 99-106)

Concentration-curve methods and structures of skew populations - A methodology for the analysis of economic data -

Tokio Taguchi (**20**, 107-141)

A note on exact moments of arc sine correlation coefficient with the help of characteristic function

C.G. Khatri (**20**, 143-149)

Discrete distributions with prior information

M.S. Holla (**20**, 151-157)

On the allocation of sample size in stratified sampling

T.J. Rao (**20**, 159-166)

Corrections to 'Multidimensional quantification of the data Obtained by the method of paired comparison' *

Chikio Hayashi (**20**, 167)

Cancellation of Section 5 of 'Some applications of Loewner's ordering on symmetric matrices' *

Minoru Siotani (**20**, 168)

No.2 (1968)

On the empirical Bayes procedure (1)

Hirosi Hudimoto (**20**, 169-185)

Characteristic functions satisfying a functional equation (1)

Ryoichi Shimizu (**20**, 187-209)

Response errors and biased information

Chikio Hayashi (**20**, 211-228)

Distribution-free confidence bounds for P(X lt Y)

Zakkula Govindarajulu (**20**, 229-238)

Non-normality and heterogeneity in two sample t-test

G.P. Bhattacharjee (**20**, 239-254)

On asymptotic relative efficiencies of a class of rank tests for independence of two variables

D.V. Gokhale (**20**, 255-261)

Investigations of the optimality of a confidence region for the parameters of a non-linear regression model

L.D. Broemeling and H.O. Hartley (**20**, 263-269)

Low pass filter design

Hirotugu Akaike (**20**, 271-297)

Robust estimates of linear trend in multivariate time series

G.K. Bhattacharyya (**20**, 299-310)

A property of the log-likelihood-ratio process for Gaussian processes

B.L.S. Prakasa Rao and Herman Rubin (**20**, 311-314)

On the growth of a random walk

C.C. Heyde (**20**, 315-321)

A note on projections of continuous additive functionals

R.J. Griego (**20**, 323-326)

A uniqueness result for compound normal and compound exponential distributions

S.W. Dharmadhikari (**20**, 327-329)

On a compound Gaussian distribution

M.S. Holla and S.K. Bhattacharya (**20**, 331-336)

Corrections to 'Group divisible rotatable designs' *

M.N. Das and A. Dey (**20**, 337)

No.3 (1968)

Asymptotic equivalence of real probability distributions

Sadao Ikeda (**20**, 339-362)

Bayesian sufficiency in survey-sampling

V.P. Godambe (**20**, 363-373)

Bayes approach to compound distributions arising from truncated mixing densities

S.K. Bhattacharya (**20**, 375-381)

On a property of the Wiener process

R.G. Laha and E. Lukacs (**20**, 383-389)

Notes on a local limit theorem for discrete time Galton-Watson branching processes

Haruo Imai (**20**, 391-410)

Estimation of the transition distributions of a Markov renewal process

Erin H. Moore and Ronald Pyke (**20**, 411-424)

On the use of a linear model for the identification of feedback systems

Hirotugu Akaike (**20**, 425-439)

Multivariate regression estimates for finite populations

Md. Anwar Hossain Talukder (**20**, 441-455)

On the estimation of generalized linear probability model involving discrete random variables

A.R. Roy and V.K. Srivastava (**20**, 457-467)

Analysis of a balanced incomplete two-way design

A.M. Kshirsagar and P.S. Simha (**20**, 469-476)

Group divisible rotatable designs - Some further considerations

A. Dey and A.K. Nigam (**20**, 477-481)

A note on a k-sample model of Conover

P.V. Rao (**20**, 483-487)

Some statistical methods for large scale and preliminary data analyses

J.T. Chu (**20**, 489-499)

On the rate of convergence of the range of cumulative sums

V.K. Rohatgi (**20**, 501-503)

Numerical comparison of improved methods of testing in contingency tables with small frequencies

Nariaki Sugiura and Masanori Otake (**20**, 505-517)

On estimating the parameter of a truncated geometric distribution

R.L. Thomasson and C.H. Kapadia (**20**, 519-523)