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2009On a method to construct magic rectangles of even orderDE LOS REYES, JP; DAS, A; MIDHA, CK; VELLAISAMY, P
1998On compound Poisson approximation for sums of random variablesVELLAISAMY, P; CHAUDHURI, B
2013ON NEGATIVE BINOMIAL APPROXIMATIONVELLAISAMY, P; UPADHYE, NS; CEKANAVICIUS, V
2017On Stein operators for discrete approximationsUPADHYE, NS; CEKANAVICIUS, V; VELLAISAMY, P
2016ON THE LONG-RANGE DEPENDENCE OF FRACTIONAL POISSON AND NEGATIVE BINOMIAL PROCESSESMAHESHWARI, A; VELLAISAMY, P
2001On the nature of the binomial distributionVELLAISAMY, P; PUNNEN, AP
2007On the negative binomial distribution and its generalizationsVELLAISAMY, P; UPADHYE, NS
1996On the number of successes in dependent trialsVELLAISAMY, P
2016On the occurrence of boundary solutions in multidimensional incomplete tablesGHOSH, S; VELLAISAMY, P
2009ON THE SUMS OF COMPOUND NEGATIVE BINOMIAL AND GAMMA RANDOM VARIABLESVELLAISAMY, P; UPADHYE, NS
1993ON UMVU ESTIMATION FOLLOWING SELECTIONVELLAISAMY, P
1996Poisson and compound Poisson approximations for random sums of random variablesVELLAISAMY, P; CHAUDHURI, B
2004Poisson approximation for (k(1), k(2))-events via the Stein-Chen methodVELLAISAMY, P
2003Quantile estimation of the selected exponential populationVELLAISAMY, P
2009Reliability estimation of the selected exponential populationsKUMAR, S; MAHAPATRA, AK; VELLAISAMY, P
2017Saigo space-time fractional Poisson process via Adomian decomposition methodKATARIA, KK; VELLAISAMY, P
2010SEQUELAE OF PROSPECTIVE VERSUS RETROSPECTIVE REPORTS OF ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCESHARDT, J; VELLAISAMY, P; SCHOON, I
2001Sequential and systematic sampling plans for the Markov-dependent production processVELLAISAMY, P; SANKAR, S
2016SIMPLE PARAMETRIZATION METHODS FOR GENERATING ADOMIAN POLYNOMIALSKATARIA, KK; VELLAISAMY, P
2012Simultaneous estimation of hazard rates of several exponential populationsMAHAPATRA, AK; KUMAR, S; VELLAISAMY, P