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Dr. Hafiz M. R. Khan

Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work

Florida International University, USA


Email: hmkhan@fiu.edu


Qualifications

2003  Ph.D., The University of Western Ontario, Canada, statistics

1998  M.Sc., Western Michigan University, USA, statistics

1990  M.Sc., Chittagong University, Bangladesh, statistics


Publications (Selected)

  1. Hafiz M. R. Khan, Ahmed N. Albatineh and Tarang N. Kheradia (2013). “Local predictive estimates towards MLEs from the generalized half-normal model”, Journal of Statistics: Advances in Theory and Applications, in press, 2013.
  2. Hafiz M. R. Khan (2013) “On predictive inference from the compound Rayleigh model based on  censored samples”, Pakistan Journal of Statistics, in press.
  3. Hafiz M. R. Khan (2013). “Comparing relative efficiency from a right skewed model”, JP Journal of Biostatistics, 9(1): 1-26, 2013.
  4. Hafiz M. R.  Khan  (2013). “Inferential estimates from the one-parameter half-normal model”, Thailand Statistician, 11(1): 77-95, 2013.
  5. Hafiz M. R. Khan (2013). “Predictive inference from the half-normal model given a type II censored sample”, Communications in Statistics-Theory and Methods,  42(1): 42-55.
  6. Hafiz M. R.  Khan, Ahmed  N. Albatineh  (2013). “Bayesian modeling in extreme values under type II censoring with applications”, Pakistan Journal of Statistics”, 29(2): 181-202.
  7. Hafiz M. R.  Khan  (2012).  “Predictive inference for a future response using symmetrically trimmed sample from the half-normal model”, Computational Statistics & Data Analysis,  56 (6): 1350–1361.
  8. Hafiz M. R. Khan (2012). “Improved predictive inference for responses based on location parameter median from the Rayleigh model given a doubly censored Sample”, Communications in Statistics -Theory and Methods,  41(24): 4427-4438.
  9. Hafiz M. R.  Khan  (2012). “Estimating predictive inference for responses from the generalized Rayleigh model based on complete sample”, Thailand Statistician, 10(1): 53-68.
  10. Ahmed  N. Albatineh, Hafiz M.  R.  Khan, and Magdalena Niewiadomska-Bugaj  (2011). “On the equivalence of some indices of similarity: implication to binary presence/absence data”,  Australian & New Zealand Journal of Statistics,  54(2):189–198.
  11. Hafiz M. R.  Khan, Ahmed N. Albatineh, Saeed Alshahrani, Nadine Jenkins, and NasarU. Ahmed (2011).  “Sensitivity analysis of predictive modeling for responses from the three-parameter Weibull model with a follow-up doubly censored sample of cancer patients”, Computational Statistics & Data Analysis, 55 (12): 3093-3103.
  12. Hafiz M.  R.  Khan, Ahmed Albatineh, Salem Tesfa, Nadine R. Jenkins, and NasarU. Ahmed (2011).  “Predictive inference from two-parameter Weibull model given a doubly censored sample of hepatocellular carcinoma of liver patients”, Journal of Applied Statistical Science, 19(1):115-128.
  13. Hafiz M. R. Khan, Serge B. Provost and Ashima Singh (2010). “Predictive inference from a two parameter Rayleigh life model given a doubly censored sample”, Communications in Statistics -Theory and Methods,  39(7):1237-1246.
  14. Hafiz M. R. Khan and Serge B. Provost (2010). “Bayesian statistical inference for future responses from parallel systems”, Journal of Advances and Applications in Statistical Sciences,  1(2):487-510.
  15. Hafiz M. R. Khan and Serge B. Provost (2010). “Application of the Rayleigh life model to a type II censored remission times data set”, Journal of Advances and Applications in Statistical Sciences,  2(1):151-165.
  16. Hafiz M. R. Khan, Amparo Amparo and Serge B. Provost (2009). “Predictive inferences from Rayleigh life model under a type II censored sample”, Journal of Statistics and Management Systems, 12(2):305-317.
  17. Hafiz M. R. Khan and Serge B. Provost (2008). “On predictive inference for future responses from the compound exponential model”. Journal of Applied Probability and Statistics, 3(2):263-274.
  18. Hafiz M. R. Khan, Mohammad A. Faysel and Serge B. Provost (2008). “A Bayesian approach to measure mRNA quality levels for microarray experiments”. International Journal of Medical Engineering and Informatics, 1(1):125-133.
  19. Hafiz M. R. Khan, Serge B. Provost and Robert A. Hegele (2007). “Bayesian applications in cytogenetic studies”, Journal of Applied Probability and Statistics, 2(2): 157-172.
  20. Hafiz M. R. Khan, M. Safiul Haq and Serge B. Provost (2006). “Predictive inference for future responses given a doubly censored sample from a two parameter exponential distribution”, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 136(9): 3156-3172.
  21. Hafiz M. R. Khan, M. Safiul Haq and Serge B. Provost (2006). “Bayesian prediction for the lognormal model under type II censoring”, Journal of Statistical Theory and Applications, (2):141-160.
  22. Hafiz M. R. Khan, M. Safiul Haq and Serge B. Provost (2005). “Predictive inference for future responses from two component systems”, Pakistan Journal of Statistics, 21(1): 27-42.
  23. Hafiz M. R. Khan, M. Safiul Haq and Serge B. Provost (2004). “Predictive distributions for future responses from the Weibull life testing model”, Journal of Statistical Theory and Applications, 3(1):53-73.
  24. Hafiz M. R. Khan, M. Safiul Haq and Serge B. Provost (2003). “Predictive distributions for responses from the two-parameter exponential life testing model”, Journal of Applied Statistical Science, 12(2):137-156.

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