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Graduation Year
Student
Dissertation
Advisor
Committee Members

Polya-Type Distributions in Renewal Theory, with an Application to an Inventory Problem

Scarf

Scarf, Karlin

Bayes Acceptance Sampling Procedures for Large Lots

Johns

Johns, Lieberman

Determining Bounds on Integrals with Applications to Cataloging Problems

Stein

Stein, Chernoff

A Contribution to the Theory of Bulk Queues

Karlin

Karlin, Bowker

An Economic Approach to the Choice of Continuous Sampling Plans

Lieberman

Lieberman, Savage

Some Results in the Decision Theory of One-Parameter Multivariate Polya-Type Distributions

Karlin

Karlin, Chernoff

On Chi-Square Statistics with Variable Intervals

Rubin

Rubin, Chernoff

On Minimizing and Maximizing a Certain Integral with Statistical Applications

Chernoff

Chernoff, Lieberman

Multi-Decision Problems for the Multivariate Exponential Family

Karlin

Karlin, Daly

Limiting Distributions in Some Occupancy Problems

Daly

Daly, Chernoff

A Modified Minimax Principle

Rubin

Rubin, Chernoff

Comparison of Experiments in the Infinite Case and the Use of Invariance in Establishing Sufficiency

Rubin

Rubin, Bowker

An Application of the Invariance Principle to the Student Hypothesis

Girshick

Girshick, Rubin

Contributions to Sampling Inspection by Variables

Bowker

Bowker, Lieberman

Estimation of a Biological Population Which is Subject to a Biased Mortality

Rubin

Rubin, Bowker

A Class of Minimax Tests for One-Sided Composite Hypotheses

Girshick

Girshick, Rubin

On the Design and Comparison of Certain Dichotomous Experiments

Girshick

Girshick, Chernoff

Bayes and Minimax Procedures in Sampling from Finite Populations

Rubin

Rubin, Girshick

Estimation of the Dosage Mortality Response Relationship when the Dose is Subject to Error

Bowker

Bowker, Moses

Contributions to Sampling Inspection

Bowker

Bowker, Girshick

An Iterative Construction of the Optimum Sequential Decision Procedure when the Cost Function is Linear

Girshick

Girshick, Bowker

Distribution of the Measure of a Two-Dimensional Random Set

Rubin

Rubin, Bowker