By Leon Jay Gleser, Michael D. Perlman, S. James Press, Allan R. Sampson (auth.), Leon Jay Gleser, Michael D. Perlman, S. James Press, Allan R. Sampson (eds.)
Published in honor of the sixty-fifth birthday of Professor Ingram Olkin of Stanford collage. half I incorporates a short biography of Professor Olkin and an interview with him discussing his profession and his study pursuits. half II comprises 32 technical papers written in Professor Olkin's honor via his collaborators, colleagues, and Ph.D. scholars. those unique papers hide a wealth of subject matters in mathematical and utilized data, together with chance inequalities and characterizations, multivariate research and organization, linear and nonlinear types, rating and choice, experimental layout, and methods to statistical inference. the quantity displays the wide variety of Professor Olkin's pursuits in and contributions to analyze in information, and offers an outline of latest advancements in those parts of research.
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Extra info for Contributions to Probability and Statistics: Essays in Honor of Ingram Olkin
This program is supported by the National Science Foundation. The first Fellows program was with the Census Bureau, and later was extended to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. There is a similar program in the Department of Agriculture, and the potential for one at the National Bureau of Standards. I was invited to be a Fellow at the Center, and before accepting this opportunity, it was important to me that I be engaged in a project that could have an impact in education.
G. Madow, H. Nisselson and I. Olkin), Academic Press: New York. Incomplete Data in Sample Surveys, Vol. 2, Theory and Bibliographies (ed. G. Madow, I. B. Rubin), Academic Press: New York. Incomplete Data in Sample Surveys, Vol. 3, Proceedings of the Symposium (ed. G. Madow and I. Olkin), Academic Press: New York. 1986 Inequalities in Statistics and Probability (ed. L. Tong with the cooperation of I. D. Periman, F. R. Rao), IMS Lecture Notes Monograph Series, Volume 5. Institute of Mathematical Statistics: Hayward, CA.
Press: Has tlie number of doctorates been going up or down? Olkin: The number is going up. 's in statistics and probability in 1970, 240 in 1975, and there are now about 300. Thus we have doubled in about 15 years. But this growth is not commensurate with the needs and growth of other fields. Press: Do you mean that we are not producing enough doctorates to meet the demand? 26 A Conversation with Ingram Olkin Olkin: We are definitely not producing enough doctorates to meet the demand. An example of an area of high demand is the drug companies, which could use almost all the doctoral students produced each year.
Contributions to Probability and Statistics: Essays in Honor of Ingram Olkin by Leon Jay Gleser, Michael D. Perlman, S. James Press, Allan R. Sampson (auth.), Leon Jay Gleser, Michael D. Perlman, S. James Press, Allan R. Sampson (eds.)