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Cohort: 1958-1959
Cohort Student Advisor Name Committee Names Dissertation
1958-1959 William Dollard Commins, Jr. Chernoff Chernoff, Stein Asymptotic Variance as an Approximation to Expected Loss for Maximum Likelihood Estimates
1958-1959 Frank Proschan Scarf Scarf, Karlin Polya-Type Distributions in Renewal Theory, with an Application to an Inventory Problem
Cohort: 1957-1958
Cohort Student Advisor Name Committee Names Dissertation
1957-1958 Donald Guthrie, Jr. Johns Johns, Lieberman Bayes Acceptance Sampling Procedures for Large Lots
1957-1958 Bernard Harris Stein Stein, Chernoff Determining Bounds on Integrals with Applications to Cataloging Problems
1957-1958 Rupert Griel Miller, Jr. Karlin Karlin, Bowker A Contribution to the Theory of Bulk Queues
Cohort: 1956-1957
Cohort Student Advisor Name Committee Names Dissertation
1956-1957 Geoffrey Gregory Lieberman Lieberman, Savage An Economic Approach to the Choice of Continuous Sampling Plans
Cohort: 1955-1956
Cohort Student Advisor Name Committee Names Dissertation
1955-1956 John Winsor Pratt Karlin Karlin, Chernoff Some Results in the Decision Theory of One-Parameter Multivariate Polya-Type Distributions
1955-1956 Anadi Ranjan Roy Rubin Rubin, Chernoff On Chi-Square Statistics with Variable Intervals
1955-1956 Jagdish Sharan Rustagi Chernoff Chernoff, Lieberman On Minimizing and Maximizing a Certain Integral with Statistical Applications
1955-1956 Donald Robert Truax Karlin Karlin, Daly Multi-Decision Problems for the Multivariate Exponential Family
1955-1956 Irving Weiss Daly Daly, Chernoff Limiting Distributions in Some Occupancy Problems
1955-1956 Oscar Wesler Rubin Rubin, Chernoff A Modified Minimax Principle
Cohort: 1954-1955
Cohort Student Advisor Name Committee Names Dissertation
1954-1955 Charles Henri Boll Rubin Rubin, Bowker Comparison of Experiments in the Infinite Case and the Use of Invariance in Establishing Sufficiency
1954-1955 Paul Leopold Meyer Girshick Girshick, Rubin An Application of the Invariance Principle to the Student Hypothesis
1954-1955 George Joseph Resnikoff Bowker Bowker, Lieberman Contributions to Sampling Inspection by Variables
1954-1955 Anna Elizabeth Vaughan Rubin Rubin, Bowker Estimation of a Biological Population Which is Subject to a Biased Mortality
Cohort: 1953-1954
Cohort Student Advisor Name Committee Names Dissertation
1953-1954 Stephen Gatchell Allen, Jr. Girshick Girshick, Rubin A Class of Minimax Tests for One-Sided Composite Hypotheses
1953-1954 Russell Newton Bradt Girshick Girshick, Chernoff On the Design and Comparison of Certain Dichotomous Experiments
Cohort: 1952-1953
Cohort Student Advisor Name Committee Names Dissertation
1952-1953 Om Prakash Aggarwal Rubin Rubin, Girshick Bayes and Minimax Procedures in Sampling from Finite Populations
1952-1953 Kenneth David Cann Haley Bowker Bowker, Moses Estimation of the Dosage Mortality Response Relationship when the Dose is Subject to Error

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