No.1 (1983)

Differential geometry of Edgeworth expansions in curved exponential family

Shun-ichi Amari and Masayuki Kumon (**35**, 1-24)

A class of admissible estimators of a finite population total

K.W. Tsui (**35**, 25-30)

The asymptotic expansion as well as the exact moments of the Stein estimator when the population means are nearly equal

A.J. van der Merwe (**35**, 31-39)

On the 'confidence bounds' of the ratio of the means of a bivariate normal distribution

Junjiro Ogawa (**35**, 41-48)

Accurate confidence intervals for distributions with one parameter

C.S. Withers (**35**, 49-61)

Some tests with unbalanced data from a bivariate normal population

S.K. Sarkar, B.K. Sinha and P.R. Krishnaiah (**35**, 63-75)

An approach to defining the pattern of interaction effects in a two-way layout

C. Hirotsu (**35**, 77-90)

On a characteristic property of the uniform distribution

R. Shimizu and J.S. Huang (**35**, 91-94)

Characterizations of discrete distributions by a conditional distribution and a regression function

T. Cacoullos and H. Papageorgiou (**35**, 95-103)

A method associated with characterizations of the exponential distribution

L.B. Klebanov and J.A. Melamed (**35**, 105-114)

A Bayesian approach to binary response curve estimation

Makio Ishiguro and Yosiyuki Sakamoto (**35**, 115-137)

No.2 (1983)

On minimum information prior distributions

Hirotugu Akaike (**35**, 139-149)

The decomposition of the Fisher information

Nobuo Inagaki (**35**, 151-165)

On a noninformative prior distribution for Bayesian inference of multinomial distribution's parameters

Shintaro Sono (**35**, 167-174)

Some properties of the risk set in multiple decision problems

Masakatsu Murakami (**35**, 175-183)

On an approximation for a multi-stage decision problem

Shintaro Sono (**35**, 185-191)

An admissible estimator in the one-parameter exponential family with ambiguous information

Yasushi Nagata (**35**, 193-199)

Estimation of frequency by random sampling

Y. Isokawa (**35**, 201-213)

An orthogonal series estimate of time-varying regression

Wlodzimierz Greblicki, Danuta Rutkowska and Leszek Rutkowski (**35**, 215-228)

A note on a consistent estimator of a mixing distribution function

Jogi Henna (**35**, 229-233)

A minimax result related to Stein's effect

Sam Gutmann (**35**, 235-241)

A decomposition of the beta distribution, related order and asymptotic behavior

Julian Keilson and Ushio Sumita (**35**, 243-253)

Inequalities for functions of order statistics under an additive model

Norman L. Smith and Y.L. Tong (**35**, 255-265)

The future occurrence of records

Ian R. Dunsmore (**35**, 267-277)

Infinite divisibility, completeness and regression properties of the univariate generalized Waring distribution

Evdokia Xekalaki (**35**, 279-289)

Stratified rejection and squeeze method for generating beta random numbers

H. Sakasegawa (**35**, 291-302)

No.3 (1983)

Large sample theory for distributions on the hypersphere with rotational symmetries

Geoffrey S. Watson (**35**, 303-319)

Joint moments of the number of + runs and the number of + signs in a random sequence

Eiji Yamamoto, Kazumasa Wakimoto and Seiji Nabeya (**35**, 321-328)

Uniform asymptotic joint normality of a set of increasing number of sample quantiles

Sadao Ikeda and Yoshiyuki Nonaka (**35**, 329-341)

A note on uniform approximation to distributions of extreme order statistics

W. Kohne and R.-D. Reiss (**35**, 343-345)

Quadratic forms of a matric-t variate

D.G. Marx (**35**, 347-353)

Completeness and self-decomposability of mixtures

M.H. Alamatsaz (**35**, 355-363)

Admissibility of some preliminary test estimators for the mean of normal distribution

Yasushi Nagata (**35**, 365-373)

Lower bound of risk in linear unbiased estimation and its application

Czeslaw Stepniak (**35**, 375-378)

Simultaneous estimation of parameters in exponential families

Malay Ghosh and Richard Auer (**35**, 379-387)

Nonparametric Bayesian estimation of a survival curve with dependent censoring mechanism

E.G. Phadia and V. Susarla (**35**, 389-400)

On L_{p}-convergence rates for statistical functions with application to L-estimates

Ibrahim A. Ahmad (**35**, 401-406)

On the most powerful quantile test of the scale parameter

Smiley W. Cheng (**35**, 407-414)

Asymptotic mean efficiency of a selection of regression variables

Ritei Shibata (**35**, 415-423)

The least squares estimation of the transition probabilities of binary processes on the basis of sample paths

Hirohisa Kishino (**35**, 425-438)

Density estimation for linear processes

Kamal C. Chanda (**35**, 439-446)

Note on the construction of optimum chemical balance weighing designs

S. Kageyama and G.M. Saha (**35**, 447-452)

The polytopal association scheme

C.D. O'Shaughnessy, Abdul Hoque, D.C. Frank and Hee Tang Ooi (**35**, 453-459)

Optimal allocation of units in experimental designs with hierarchical and cross classification

Czeslaw Stepniak (**35**, 461-473)