Items where Subject is "Mathematics and Statistics > Statistics"
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Behera, DiptiranJan (2014) Numerical solution of static and dynamic problems of imprecisely defined structural systems. PhD thesis.
Das, Subhrajyoti (2010) Removal of congo red dye onto coconut (cocos nucifera) shell and bael (aegle marmelos) extracts using taguchi approach. BTech thesis.
Dila, Gopal Krishna (2015) Review on Some G-Family Distributions. MSc thesis.
Gupta, Arun Kumar (2016) Wavelet Methods for the Solutions of Partial and Fractional Differential Equations Arising in Physical Problems. PhD thesis.
Mohanta, Mitragupta (2015) Estimation of Parameters in Exponentiated-Weibull Distribution in Presence of Mask Data. MSc thesis.
Mohanty, Sulagna (2012) Estimation of Parameters of Some Continuous Distribution Functions. MSc thesis.
Mohapatra, Chinmay and Ron, Srinivas (2007) FLANN Based Model to Predict Stock Price Movements of Stock Indices. BTech thesis.
Mohapatra, Swaraj (2010) Classification of Electrocardiogram Waveforms Using PNN. BTech thesis.
Moharana, Rajesh (2019) Information Measures for Truncated Random Variables. PhD thesis.
Moka, Vijay Krishna (2012) Estimation of calorific value of biomass from its elementary components by regression analysis. BTech thesis.
Munda, Sonu (2015) Study on the Problem of Estimation of Parameters of Generalized Exponential Distribution. MSc thesis.
Nagamani, Nadiminti (2019) Estimating Quantiles and Common Parameter in Certain Stochastic Models. PhD thesis.
Nayak, Saudamini (2016) Some Studies on Infinite-Dimensional Lie(Super) Algebra. PhD thesis.
Panda, Akshaya Kumar (2016) Some Variants of the Balancing Sequence. PhD thesis.
Patnaik, K and Samantaray, B (2010) A Study of Wind Energy Potential in India. BTech thesis.
Rath, Satarupa (2012) Estimation of Parameters of Some Distribution Functions and its Application to Optimization Problem. MSc thesis.
Tiwari, Prashant (2015) Study on Zografos-Balakrishnan G-Family of Distributions. MSc thesis.