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Name:PARMINDER SINGH
Areas of Interest / SpecializationMULTIPLE COMPARISON PROCEDURES
e Mail:singhparm@gmail.com
Best Ten Publications:1. Singh, P. (2009). Multiple comparisons of Several Populations with more than one control with respect to scale parameter. Journal of Applied Statistics, 36 (9), 989-998. 2. Singh, P. Gill, A. N. and Kumar, N. (2009). A Test of Homogeneity Of Several Variances Against Tree Ordered Alternative. Statistics and Probability Letter. 79, 2315-2320. 3. Singh, P. Gill, A. N. and Kumar, N. (2009). Distribution of ratio of extreme of isotonic estimators of chi-square variables with applications. . Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 139, 3262-3269. 4. Singh, P., Abebe, A. (2009). Comparing Several Exponential Populations With More Than One Control. Statistical Methods and Applications, 19, 359-374. 5. Gill, A. N. Singh, P. (2009). Step Up Test for Comparing Several Exponential Populations with Control: Location Case, American Journal of Mathematical and Management Sciences, 29, 189-199 6. Ash, A. and Singh, P. (2008). An Exact Test for U Shaped Ordered Alternatives of Location Parameters: the Exponential Case. Communications in Statistics, Theory & Methods, 37, 37-45. 7. Singh, P. (2006) Simultaneous Confidence Interval for the Ratios of Scale Parameters. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inferences. 136.1007-1019. 8. Singh, P., Ash, A. and Mishra, S.N. (2006). Simultaneous Testing for the Successive Differences of Exponential Location Parameters. Communications in Statistics - Simulation and Computation, 35, 547-561. 9. Singh, P. and Liu, W. (2006). A Test Against an Umbrella Ordered Alternative. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 51, 1957-1964. 10. Singh, P. and Gill, A.N. (2004). A One Sided Test Based on Sample Quasi Ranges. Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods, 33, (4), 835-849.
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