Distinguished Professor Emeritus
Ph.D., 1962, Columbia University
At Binghamton since 1980 Areas of Interest: Statistics Summary of research interests
E-mail:
shelly@math.binghamton.edu
Fax:
(607) 777-2450
Ph. D. Students:
Fatima Jaafari, Summer, 2013 Thesis: Adaptive Method for Estimating The Mean of a Finite Population
Yifan Xu, Spring, 2013 Thesis: On First Crossing Times of Mixed Compound Poisson Processes Under Various Boundary Conditions with Applications in Queuing and Risk Theories
Can Zhang, Spring, 2013 Thesis: Two-Stage and Sequential Procedures for the Behrens-Fisher Problem
Dina Haner, Spring, 2012 Thesis: On Two-Stage and Three-Stage Sampling Procedures for Fixed-Width Interval Estimation of the Common Variance of Correlated Normal Random Variables
Marlo Brown, Spring, 2004 Thesis: Detection of Change-Points in Categorical Data
Gary Greenfield, Fall, 2002 Thesis: Variance Estimation After Using the Chow-Robbins Stopping Rule to Determine a Fixed Width Confidence Interval For the Mean of a Normal DistributionFall
Matthew Haner, Spring, 2002 Thesis: Random Designs in Factorial Experiments For Estimation And Searching
Daniel Ghezzi, Spring, 2001 Thesis: Estimation of and confidence intervals for the common variance of correlated normal random variables
Xiaodong Wang, Spring, 1997 Thesis: Contribution to Dynamical Systems
James Babb, Fall, 1995 Thesis: Estimating Change Points in Linear and Non-Linear Time Series
Elizabeth Lamprecht, January, 1995 Thesis: A Bernoulli One-Armed Bandit Problem Involving a Changepoint
Jeffrey Scott Reitz, Spring, 1993 Thesis: An Approximation to the Bayes Estimate of a Time-Varying Parameter Vector
Mei-Hsiu Chen, Spring, 1989 Thesis: Contributions to Estimation Theory of LLPD Time Series
Marian Baumler, June, 1988 Thesis: Dose Escalation Themes for Phase I Clinical Trials for Discrete Observations
Benzion Boukai, Spring, 1988 Thesis: On the Change-Point Problem and Related Topics
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