Chapter 5
Incomplete Block Designs
If the number of treatments to be compared is large, then we need large number of blocks
accommodate all the treatments. This requires more experimental material and so
to
the cost of
experimentation becomes high which m
Chapter 17
Simultaneous Equations Models
In any regression modeling, generally an equation is considered to represent a relationship describing a
phenomenon.
Many situations involve a set of relationships which explain the behaviour of certain
variables.
Chapter 4
Experimental Design and Their Analysis
Design of experiment means how to design an experiment in the sense that how the observations or
measurements should be obtained to answer a query in a valid, efficient and economical way. The designing
of
Chapter 16
Measurement Error Models
A fundamental assumption in all the statistical analysis is that all the observations are correctly measured. In
the context of multiple regression model, it is assumed that the observations on study and explanatory
var
Chapter 13
Asymptotic Theory and Stochastic Regressors
The nature of explanatory variable is assumed to be nonstochastic or fixed in repeated samples in any
regression analysis. Such an assumption is appropriate for those experiments which are conducted
Chapter 11
Specification Error Analysis
The specification of a linear regression model consists of a formulation of the regression relationships and of
statements or assumptions concerning the explanatory variables and disturbances. If any of these is vio
Chapter 14
SteinRule Estimation
The ordinary least squares estimation of regression coefficients in linear regression model provides the
estimators having minimum variance in the class of linear and unbiased estimators. The criterion of
linearity is desi
Chapter 6
Balanced Incomplete Block Design (BIBD)
The designs like CRD and RBD are the complete block designs. We now discuss the balanced
incomplete block design (BIBD) and the partially balanced incomplete block design (PBIBD) which
are the incomplete b
MSO 201a: Probability and Statistics
20162017II Semester
AssignmentIX
A. Illustrative Discussion Problems
1. Let X = (X1 , X2 , X3 )0 be a discrete random vector with p.m.f.
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MSO 201a: Probability and Statistics
20162017II Semester
AssignmentV
A. Illustrative Discussion Problems
1. (a) Find the moments of the random variable that has the m.g.f. M (t) = (1 t)3 ,
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Chapter 15
Instrumental Variables Estimation
A basic assumption in analyzing the performance of estimators in a multiple regression is that the
explanatory variables and disturbance terms are independently distributed. The violation of such assumption
dis
MSO 201A: PROBABILITY & STATISTICS
Summer Semester: 2017
Assignment 10
Instructor: Shalabh
1. Let
cfw_X n
be a sequence a random variables with E ( X n ) c and V ( X n ) 0 as n . Show
p
that X n c.
2. Let cfw_ X n be a sequence a random variables with E
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1
BACKGROUND
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
General:
Mumbai: Strengths and Constraints:
Transport Related Pollution:
Committee for Coastal Freeway:
Reference (TOR):
Meetings:
CHAPTER 2
NEED OF A RING ROAD/ COASTAL FREEWAY FOR MUMBAI
2.1
2.2
2.3
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7. Soil sample taken from a bunded rice eld shows that 170 g of moist soil exactly ts into a stainless
steel cylindrical core of volume 100 cm. This soil sample weighs (without the core) 186 g when fully
saturated and 140 g when dried in an oven at 105 C
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cantilever beams supporting the active pressure transmitted to it from the contributory slab
area.
Figure 34. Structural Elements of a Rigid Cantilever Retaining Wall
Sometimes the upright member is constructed using unreinforced masonry or gabion baskets
LESSONS 14 TO 18, AUGUST 19 TO 26, 2004
LATERAL EARTH PRESSURE THEORIES
Lateral earth pressure theories developed by Coulomb (1776) and Rankine (1857) are among
the earliest quantitative developments in geotechnical engineering. Although the Coulomb
theor
LESSON 13. AUGUST 16 2004.
14. FACTORS AFFECTING THE SHEAR STRENGTH OF SOILS
Main factors that affect the shear strength of soils are discussed in the following subsections.
14.1. LOADING RATE
Whether the loading is applied rapidly or slowly: In rapid loa