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  1. Report of the Editor for 1948

    Wilks, S. S.

  2. Report of the Secretary-Treasurer of the Institute for 1948

    Dwyer, Paul S.

  3. Report of the President of the Institute for 1948

    Wald, Abraham

  4. Report on the Cleveland Meeting of the Institute

    Voorhis, W. R. Van

  5. Report on the Seattle Meeting of the Institute

    Birnbaum, Z. W.

  6. Election of Officers and Council and Revision of By-Laws

    Dwyer, Paul S.

  7. News and Notices


  8. Abstracts of Papers


  9. Correction to "Asymptotic Formulas for Significance Levels of Certain Distributions"

    Peiser, A. M.

  10. A Note on Kac's Derivation of the Distribution of the Mean Deviation

    Godwin, H. J.

  11. The Point Biserial Coefficient of Correlation

    Lev, Joseph

  12. The Variance of the Proportions of Samples Falling within a Fixed Interval for a Normal Population

    Baker, G. A.

  13. A Formula for the Partial Sums of Some Hypergeometric Series

    von Schelling, Hermann

  14. Independence of Non-Negative Quadratic Forms in Normally Correlated Variables

    Matern, Bertil

  15. The 5% Significance Levels for Sums of Squares of Rank Differences and a Correction

    Olds, Edwin G.

  16. Tests of Independence in Contingency Tables as Unconditional Tests

    Mood, A. M.
    Since the ordinary tests for independence in contingency tables use test criteria whose distributions depend on unknown parameters, the justification for the tests is usually made either by an appeal to asymptotic theory or by interpreting the tests as conditional tests. The latter approach employs the conditional distribution of the cell frequencies given the marginal totals, and was first described by Fisher [1]. The purpose of the present note is to show how these tests may be regarded as unconditional tests even though the parameters are unknown by augmenting the test criterion to include estimates of the unknown parameters. We...

  17. An Approximation to the Sampling Variance of an Estimated Maximum Value of Given Frequency Based on Fit of Doubly Exponential Distribution of Maximum Values

    Kimball, Bradford F.

  18. On Distinct Hypotheses

    Berger, Agnes; Wald, Abraham

  19. A Modified Extreme Value Problem

    Epstein, Benjamin
    Consider the following problem. Particles are distributed over unit areas in such a way that the number of particles to be found in such areas is a random variable following the law of Poisson, with $\nu$ equal to the expected number of particles per unit area. Furthermore, the particles themselves are assumed to vary in magnitude according to a size distribution specified (independently of the particular unit area chosen) by a d.f. $F(x)$ defined over some interval $a \leq x \leq b$, with $F(a) = 0$ and $F(b) = 1$. The problem is to find the distribution of the smallest,...

  20. A Multiple Decision Procedure for Certain Problems in the Analysis of Variance

    Paulson, Edward

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