Advances in Combinatorial Methods and Applications to Probability and Statistics / Edition 1

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780817639082
  • Publisher: Birkhauser Verlag
  • Publication date: 5/1/1997
  • Series: Statistics for Industry and Technology Series
  • Edition description: 1996
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 562
  • Product dimensions: 10.00 (w) x 7.00 (h) x 1.31 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Sri Gopal Mohanty - Life and Works
List of Contributors
List of Tables
List of Figures
1 Lattice Paths and Faber Polynomials 3
2 Lattice Path Enumeration and Umbral Calculus 15
3 The Enumeration of Lattice Paths With Respect to Their Number of Turns 29
4 Lattice Path Counting, Simple Random Walk Statistics, and Randomizations: An Analytic Approach 59
5 Combinatorial Identities: A Generalization of Dougall's Identity 77
6 A Comparison of Two Methods for Random Labelling of Balls by Vectors of Integers 89
7 On the Ballot Theorems 97
8 Some Results for Two-Dimensional Random Walk 115
9 Random Walks on SL(2, F[subscript 2]) and Jacobi Symbols of Quadratic Residues 125
10 Rank Order Statistics Related to a Generalized Random Walk 135
11 On a Subset Sum Algorithm and Its Probabilistic and Other Applications 153
12 I and J Polynomials in Potpourri of Probability Problems 165
13 Stirling Numbers and Records 189
14 Advances in Urn Models During The Past Two Decades 203
15 A Unified Derivation of Occupancy and Sequential Occupancy Distributions 259
16 Moments, Binomial Moments and Combinatorics 275
17 Nonintersecting Paths and Applications to Queueing Theory 287
18 Transient Busy Period Analysis of Initially Non-Empty M/G/1 Queues - Lattice Path Approach 301
19 Single Server Queueing System with Poisson Input: A Review of Some Recent Developments 317
20 Recent Advances in the Analysis of Polling Systems 339
21 Waiting Times and Number of Appearances of Events in a Sequence of Discrete Random Variables 363
22 On Sooner and Later Problems Between Success and Failure Runs 385
23 Distributions of Numbers of Success-Runs Until the First Consecutive k Successes in Higher Order Markov Dependent Trials 401
24 On Multivariate Distributions of Various Orders Obtained by Waiting for the r-th Success Run of Length k in Trials With Multiple Outcomes 411
25 A Multivariate Negative Binomial Distribution of Order k Arising When Success Runs are Allowed to Overlap 427
26 The Joint Energy Distributions of the Bose-Einstein and of the Fermi-Dirac Particles 441
27 On Modified q-Bessel Functions and Some Statistical Applications 451
28 A q-Logarithmic Distribution 465
29 Bernoulli Learning Models: Uppuluri Numbers 471
30 Linear Nonparametric Tests Against Restricted Alternatives: The Simple-Tree Order and The Simple Order 483
31 Nonparametric Estimation of the Ratio of Variance Components 507
32 Limit Theorems for M-Processes Via Rank Statistics Processes 521
Author Index 535
Subject Index 545
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