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Thomas T. John

Thomas T. John

Assistant Teaching Professor

215 Carnegie Library

Research Interests

Statistical methods and applications, Econometric (especially Discrete Choice) Models, Associated Experimental Designs, Statistical Computing/Programming, Log-Location-Scale distributions used in survival analysis/reliability/quality control, and Censored data analysis.


Ph.D. in Mathematics, Syracuse University, 2004 

Research Articles:

Lognormal selection with applications to lifetime data (with P. Chen), IEEE Transactions on Reliability, 

Selection of the Best from Lognormal Populations Using Type-II Censored Data: Unknown Sigma-Squared Case (with P. Chen), Sequential Analysis, 

L-1 Limit of Trimmed Sums of Order Statistics from Location-Scale Distributions with Applications to Type II Censored Data Analysis (with P. Chen), Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods,