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 Summary
 Sri Gopal Mohanty has made pioneering contributions to lattice path counting and its applications to probability and statistics. This is clearly evident from his lifetime publications list and the numerous citations his publications have received over the past three decades. My association with him began in 1982 when I came to McMaster Univer sity. Since then, I have been associated with him on many different issues at professional as well as cultural levels; I have benefited greatly from him on both these grounds. I have enjoyed very much being his colleague in the statistics group here at McMaster University and also as his friend. While I admire him for his honesty, sincerity and dedication, I appreciate very much his kindness, modesty and broadmindedness. Aside from our common interest in mathematics and statistics, we both have great love for Indian classical music and dance. We have spent numerous many different subjects associated with the Indian music and hours discussing dance. I still remember fondly the long drive (to Amherst, Massachusetts) I had a few years ago with him and his wife, Shantimayee, and all the hearty discussions we had during that journey. Combinatorics and applications of combinatorial methods in probability and statistics has become a very active and fertile area of research in the recent past
 Language

 eng
 eng
 Edition
 1st ed. 1997.
 Extent
 1 online resource (XXXIV, 562 p.)
 Note
 Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
 Contents

 I—Lattice Paths and Combinatorial Methods
 1 Lattice Paths and Faber Polynomials
 2 Lattice Path Enumeration and Umbral Calculus
 3 The Enumeration of Lattice Paths With Respect to Their Number of Turns
 4 Lattice Path Counting Simple Random Walk Statistics, and Randomizations: An Analytic Approach
 5 Combinatorial Identities: A Generalization of Dougall’s Identity
 6 A Comparison of Two Methods for Random Labelling of Balls by Vectors of Integers
 II—Applications to Probability Problems
 7 On the Ballot Theorems
 8 Some Results for TwoDimensional Random Walk
 9 Random Walks on SL(2, F2) and Jacobi Symbols of Quadratic Residues
 10 Rank Order Statistics Related to a Generalized Random Walk
 11 On a Subset Sum Algorithm and Its Probabilistic and Other Applications
 12 I and J Polynomials in a Potpourri of Probability Problems
 13 Stirling Numbers and Records
 III—Applications to Urn Models
 14 Advances in Urn Models During The Past Two Decades
 15 A Unified Derivation of Occupancy and Sequential Occupancy Distributions
 16 Moments Binomial Moments and Combinatorics
 IV—Applications to Queueing Theory
 17 Nonintersecting Paths and Applications to Queueing Theory
 18 Transient Busy Period Analysis of Initially NonEmpty M/G/l Queues—Lattice Path Approach
 19 Single Server Queueing System with Poisson Input: A Review of Some Recent Developments
 20 Recent Advances in the Analysis of Polling Systems
 V—Applications to Waiting Time Problems
 21 Waiting Times and Number of Appearances of Events in a Sequence of Discrete Random Variables
 22 On Sooner and Later Problems Between Success and Failure Runs
 23 Distributions of Numbers of SuccessRuns Until the First Consecutive k Successes in Higher Order Markov Dependent Trials
 24 On Multivariate Distributions of Various Orders Obtained by Waiting for the rth Success Run of Length k in Trials With Multiple Outcomes
 25 A Multivariate Negative Binomial Distribution of Order k Arising When Success Runs are Allowed to Overlap
 VI—Applications to Distribution Theory
 26 The Joint Energy Distributions of the BoseEinstein and of the FermiDirac Particles
 27 On Modified gBessel Functions and Some Statistical Applications
 28 A gLogarithmic Distribution
 29 Bernoulli Learning Models: Uppuluri Numbers
 VII—Applications to Nonparametric Statistics
 30 Linear Nonparametric Tests Against Restricted Alternatives: The SimpleTree Order and The Simple Order
 31 Nonparametric Estimation of the Ratio of Variance Components
 32 Limit Theorems for MProcesses Via Rank Statistics Processes
 Author Index
 Isbn
 9781461241409
 Label
 Advances in Combinatorial Methods and Applications to Probability and Statistics
 Title
 Advances in Combinatorial Methods and Applications to Probability and Statistics
 Statement of responsibility
 edited by N. Balakrishnan
 Language

 eng
 eng
 Summary
 Sri Gopal Mohanty has made pioneering contributions to lattice path counting and its applications to probability and statistics. This is clearly evident from his lifetime publications list and the numerous citations his publications have received over the past three decades. My association with him began in 1982 when I came to McMaster Univer sity. Since then, I have been associated with him on many different issues at professional as well as cultural levels; I have benefited greatly from him on both these grounds. I have enjoyed very much being his colleague in the statistics group here at McMaster University and also as his friend. While I admire him for his honesty, sincerity and dedication, I appreciate very much his kindness, modesty and broadmindedness. Aside from our common interest in mathematics and statistics, we both have great love for Indian classical music and dance. We have spent numerous many different subjects associated with the Indian music and hours discussing dance. I still remember fondly the long drive (to Amherst, Massachusetts) I had a few years ago with him and his wife, Shantimayee, and all the hearty discussions we had during that journey. Combinatorics and applications of combinatorial methods in probability and statistics has become a very active and fertile area of research in the recent past
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 English
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 Balakrishnan, N.
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 Distribution (Probability theory
 Combinatorics
 Discrete Mathematics
 Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes
 Combinatorics
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 Advances in Combinatorial Methods and Applications to Probability and Statistics, edited by N. Balakrishnan, (electronic resource)
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 Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
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 mixed
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and indexes
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 online resource
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 Contents
 I—Lattice Paths and Combinatorial Methods  1 Lattice Paths and Faber Polynomials  2 Lattice Path Enumeration and Umbral Calculus  3 The Enumeration of Lattice Paths With Respect to Their Number of Turns  4 Lattice Path Counting Simple Random Walk Statistics, and Randomizations: An Analytic Approach  5 Combinatorial Identities: A Generalization of Dougall’s Identity  6 A Comparison of Two Methods for Random Labelling of Balls by Vectors of Integers  II—Applications to Probability Problems  7 On the Ballot Theorems  8 Some Results for TwoDimensional Random Walk  9 Random Walks on SL(2, F2) and Jacobi Symbols of Quadratic Residues  10 Rank Order Statistics Related to a Generalized Random Walk  11 On a Subset Sum Algorithm and Its Probabilistic and Other Applications  12 I and J Polynomials in a Potpourri of Probability Problems  13 Stirling Numbers and Records  III—Applications to Urn Models  14 Advances in Urn Models During The Past Two Decades  15 A Unified Derivation of Occupancy and Sequential Occupancy Distributions  16 Moments Binomial Moments and Combinatorics  IV—Applications to Queueing Theory  17 Nonintersecting Paths and Applications to Queueing Theory  18 Transient Busy Period Analysis of Initially NonEmpty M/G/l Queues—Lattice Path Approach  19 Single Server Queueing System with Poisson Input: A Review of Some Recent Developments  20 Recent Advances in the Analysis of Polling Systems  V—Applications to Waiting Time Problems  21 Waiting Times and Number of Appearances of Events in a Sequence of Discrete Random Variables  22 On Sooner and Later Problems Between Success and Failure Runs  23 Distributions of Numbers of SuccessRuns Until the First Consecutive k Successes in Higher Order Markov Dependent Trials  24 On Multivariate Distributions of Various Orders Obtained by Waiting for the rth Success Run of Length k in Trials With Multiple Outcomes  25 A Multivariate Negative Binomial Distribution of Order k Arising When Success Runs are Allowed to Overlap  VI—Applications to Distribution Theory  26 The Joint Energy Distributions of the BoseEinstein and of the FermiDirac Particles  27 On Modified gBessel Functions and Some Statistical Applications  28 A gLogarithmic Distribution  29 Bernoulli Learning Models: Uppuluri Numbers  VII—Applications to Nonparametric Statistics  30 Linear Nonparametric Tests Against Restricted Alternatives: The SimpleTree Order and The Simple Order  31 Nonparametric Estimation of the Ratio of Variance Components  32 Limit Theorems for MProcesses Via Rank Statistics Processes  Author Index
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 1st ed. 1997.
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 Advances in Combinatorial Methods and Applications to Probability and Statistics, edited by N. Balakrishnan, (electronic resource)
 Note
 Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
 Antecedent source
 mixed
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and indexes
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 online resource
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 Contents
 I—Lattice Paths and Combinatorial Methods  1 Lattice Paths and Faber Polynomials  2 Lattice Path Enumeration and Umbral Calculus  3 The Enumeration of Lattice Paths With Respect to Their Number of Turns  4 Lattice Path Counting Simple Random Walk Statistics, and Randomizations: An Analytic Approach  5 Combinatorial Identities: A Generalization of Dougall’s Identity  6 A Comparison of Two Methods for Random Labelling of Balls by Vectors of Integers  II—Applications to Probability Problems  7 On the Ballot Theorems  8 Some Results for TwoDimensional Random Walk  9 Random Walks on SL(2, F2) and Jacobi Symbols of Quadratic Residues  10 Rank Order Statistics Related to a Generalized Random Walk  11 On a Subset Sum Algorithm and Its Probabilistic and Other Applications  12 I and J Polynomials in a Potpourri of Probability Problems  13 Stirling Numbers and Records  III—Applications to Urn Models  14 Advances in Urn Models During The Past Two Decades  15 A Unified Derivation of Occupancy and Sequential Occupancy Distributions  16 Moments Binomial Moments and Combinatorics  IV—Applications to Queueing Theory  17 Nonintersecting Paths and Applications to Queueing Theory  18 Transient Busy Period Analysis of Initially NonEmpty M/G/l Queues—Lattice Path Approach  19 Single Server Queueing System with Poisson Input: A Review of Some Recent Developments  20 Recent Advances in the Analysis of Polling Systems  V—Applications to Waiting Time Problems  21 Waiting Times and Number of Appearances of Events in a Sequence of Discrete Random Variables  22 On Sooner and Later Problems Between Success and Failure Runs  23 Distributions of Numbers of SuccessRuns Until the First Consecutive k Successes in Higher Order Markov Dependent Trials  24 On Multivariate Distributions of Various Orders Obtained by Waiting for the rth Success Run of Length k in Trials With Multiple Outcomes  25 A Multivariate Negative Binomial Distribution of Order k Arising When Success Runs are Allowed to Overlap  VI—Applications to Distribution Theory  26 The Joint Energy Distributions of the BoseEinstein and of the FermiDirac Particles  27 On Modified gBessel Functions and Some Statistical Applications  28 A gLogarithmic Distribution  29 Bernoulli Learning Models: Uppuluri Numbers  VII—Applications to Nonparametric Statistics  30 Linear Nonparametric Tests Against Restricted Alternatives: The SimpleTree Order and The Simple Order  31 Nonparametric Estimation of the Ratio of Variance Components  32 Limit Theorems for MProcesses Via Rank Statistics Processes  Author Index
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Edition
 1st ed. 1997.
 Extent
 1 online resource (XXXIV, 562 p.)
 File format
 multiple file formats
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 9781461241409
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