International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics™

The main aim of the International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics™ [ISSN 0973-1377 (Print); 0973-7545 (Online)] is to publish refereed, well-written original research articles, and studies that describe the latest research and developments in the area of applied mathematics and statistics. This is a broad-based journal covering all branches of mathematics, statistics and interdisciplinary research. International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics (IJAMAS) is a peer-reviewed journal and published  by CESER Publications.

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2017, Volume 56, Issue Number: 5

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Table of Contents

Articles

Comparison of Weibull and Normal Distributions for Bivariate Survival Data PDF
A. H. Turkan, N. Calis 1-12
A New Lifetime Distribution Based On Finite Mixtures PDF
Mahmoud Riad Mahmoud, Rasha Mandouh, Ehab Rasheedy 12-23
Hybrid Reliability Sampling Plan for Gamma Lifetime Model PDF
S. Balamurali, Muhammad Aslam, Il-Gyo Chong, Mansour Sattam Aldosari 24-33
Application of Kumaraswamy Inverse Exponential Distribution to Real Lifetime Data PDF
P. E. Oguntunde, A. O. Adejumo, E. A. Owoloko 34-47
Forecasting with incomplete set of factors determining the predicted factor. Neural network error extrapolation method PDF
Andrey Gusev, Alexander Okunev 48-52
Comparison of Bivariate Negative Binomial Regression Models for Handling Over dispersion PDF
Y.S. Dewi, Purhadi, Sutikno, S.W. Purnami 53-62
Highlighting the regularization properties of PLS regression using the conjugate gradient algorithm PDF
Abdelmounaim KERKRI, Jelloul ALLAL, Zoubir ZARROUK 63-74
An Improved Approach on Sensitivity and Stability Analysis in DEA PDF
N. Ebrahimkhani Ghazi, F. Hosseinzadeh Lotfi, M. Rostamy-Malkhalifeh, G.R. Jahanshahloo, M. Ahadzadeh Namin 75-84
Second Law Analysis of a Reactive MHD Couple Stress Fluid Through Porous Medium PDF
A. A. Opanuga, J. A. Gbadeyan, S. A. Iyase 85-100
Composite Gamma(2; λ)-Pareto Distribution PDF
Nouara Lazri, Halim Zeghdoudi, Mohamed Riad Remita 101-107
Most Efficient Estimator of Population Mean Using Known Information of Population Mode of Auxiliary variable PDF
Mukesh K. Sharma, Sarbjit S. Brar, Harinder Kaur 108-117
Bayesian Analysis of Change Point Detection in Autoregressive Time Series Model with Markov Process States PDF
A. Jafari, M. Yarmohammadi, A. ‎Rasekhi 118-129
Detecting outliers in multivariate time series using genetic algorithm PDF
Ahad Rahimpoor, Masoud Yarmohammadi 130-140
Construction of a Novel Water Quality Classifier: A case study in the Sebou region PDF
Mariam ELKHECHAFI, Hanaa ACHIMI, Aouatif AMINE, Youssfi El KETTANI 141-158
A test for comparing the hazard rate functions of two Lindley distributions under Type II censoring PDF
Sayyed Mahmoud Mirjalili, Hamzeh Torabi 159-169
Optimization of the number of customers who make purchases: A probabilistic approach. PDF
Miltiadis Chalikias, Panagiota Lalou 170-176
Interactive Algorithm for Obtain the Most Preferred Solution in DEA PDF
M. Moradi Dalini, A.A. Noura 177-184


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