Journal of Statistical Theory and Applications

ISSN: 1538-7887
Volume 13, Issue 4, December 2014
Desale Habtzghi, Chand K. Midha, Ashish Das
Pages: 296 - 310
We introduce expected coverage probability as a measure for constructing confidence intervals for the binomial proportion, p. We propose a model based confidence interval for p using the expected coverage probabilities of the Clopper-Pearson interval. The method provides intervals comparable or better...
Samaneh Eftekhari Mahabadi
Pages: 317 - 332
Most of statistical analysis for longitudinal data are based on normality assumption for the continuous response of interest which might be violated in some practical areas due to skewed data which possibly contain excess zeros. Some authors have proposed frequentist and Bayesian approaches to model...
Angel Mathew, N. Balakrishna
Pages: 356 - 366
The interval reliability of a repairable system is the probability that the system is operating at a specified time and will continue to operate for a specified interval of time. This quantity is especially important for equipment, which must be working when an emergency situation arises. The present...