The journal focuses on traditional areas such as statistical inference, multivariate analysis, design of experiments, sampling theory, regression analysis, re-sampling methods, time series, nonparametric statistics, statistical tools and analysis in human resources management, etc., and also gives special emphasis to established as well as emerging applied areas. All submitted manuscripts, written in English, Arabic or French Language, will undergo normal review process and the publication decision will be adjudged by quality, novelty, suitability and interest.
The journal publishes 3 issues annually and accepts papers through peer review by professional colleagues in the relevant fields.
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Frequency: 3 issues annually
Current Issue: Volume 9, Issue 3 (2020) Nov. 2020
Implementing Logarithmic Type Estimation Procedure For Population Mean in Successive Sampling
P. Mukhopadhyay, A. Bandyopadhyay, and G. N. Singh
Univariate and Multivariate Double Slash Distribution: Properties and Application
M. El-Morshedy, A. H. EL- Bassiouny, M. H. Tahir, and M. S. Eliwa
Optimal Discrete Search for a Randomly Moving COVID19
A. A. M. Teamah, W. A. Afifi, Javid Gani Dar, Abd Al-Aziz Hosni El-Bagoury, and Sndus Naji Al-Aziz
Inferences from Ailamujia Distribution based on Progressive Type-II Censored Data
Mohamad A. Fawzy and Haseeb Athar
Feasibility of Investment in HR Training to Develop Employee Performance - Applied Study in the Ministry of Education in the Kingdom of Bahrain
Talal Al-Alkawi and Amina Jassim Al-Qallaf
Accelerated Life Test Plans and Age-Replacement Policy under Warranty on Burr Type-X distribution with Type-II Censoring
Intekhab Alam, Arif Ul Islam, and Aquil Ahmed
Statistical Analysis of Fertility Control Measures in Diverse Group of Females
Brijesh Pratap Singh, Sonam Maheshwari, and Puneet Kumar Gupta
Piecewise Baseline Hazard Model with Gamma Frailty: Analysing the Transitions into The Labour Force Entry by The Youths in India
Tapan Kumar Chakrabarty and Jayanta Deb
Study of Disaster Probability when Strength Follows Power Function Distribution and Stress Follows Odd Generalised Exponential Gompertz Distribution(OGE-G)
Surinder Kumar, Vaidehi Singh, and Prem Lata Gautam
Model Suitability Analysis of Survival Time to Ovarian Cancer Patients Data
Manoj Kumar, Sandeep K. Maurya, Sanjay K. Singh, Umesh Singh, and Anurag Pathak