Publications of Department of Applied Statistics

Publications

2016

2015

  1. Farzana Jahan, “Comparison of Procedures to select Appropriate Generalized Linear Models”, Bulletin of Calcutta Mathematical Society, 107(1),29-40, 2015
  2. Farzana Jahan, Shamima Hossain, Kazi Md. Farhad Mahmud, “Factors Influencing Women’s Decision Making Power: Evidence from Bangladesh Urban Health Survey Data”, IMPACT : International Journal of Research in Applied, Natural and Social Sciences., 3(3),133-150, 2015
  3. Dey, R and Islam MA. A Conditional Count Model for Repeated Count Data and Its Application to GEE Approach. Statistical Papers. DOI 10.1007/s00362-015-0708-9, 2015.
  4. Islam MA and Chowdhury RI. A Bivariate Poisson Model with Covariate Dependence. Bulletin of the Calcutta Mathematical Society, 107(1), 11-20, 2015.
  5. Mahanta, J, Biswas, SC, Roy, MK and Islam, MA. A Comparison of Bayesian and Classical Approach for Estimating Markov Based Logistic Model. American Journal of Mathematics and Statistics, 5(4), 178-183, 2015.

2014

  1. Farhana Alam Ripa,Mahmud Tareq Ibn Morshed, Afsana-Al-Sharmin, Shahed Bulbul Papon, Md. Rafiqul Islam and ZaraSheikh, “Central Nervous System Depressant, Analgesic and Antidiarrheal Effects of the Seed Extracts of Dimocarpus longan Lour in Rats”, Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 13 (2): 235-242, 2014
  2. Islam MA, Chowdhury RI, Bae S and Singh KP. Assessing the Association in Repeated Measures of Depression. Advances and Applications in Statistics, 42(2), 83-93, 2014.
  3. Islam MA, Chowdhury RI and Sultan KS. Bivariate Geometric Models with Covariate Dependence. To Appear in the Proceedings of the International Statistical Institute Regional Statistics Conference 2014. www.isi-rsc2014.my/index.php.
  4. Khanam PA, Islam MA, Sayeed MA, Begum T, Rabbani MG, Choudhury S and Mahtab H. A Competing Risk Hazard Model for Complications of Diabetes Mellitus. Journal of Biosciences and Medicines, 2, 1-11, 2014
  5. Sumi NS, Islam MA and Hossain MA Evaluation and computation of diagnostic tests: A simple alternative. Bulletin of the Malaysian Mathematical Sciences Society, 37(2), 411-423, 2014.
  6. Islam MA and Chowdhury RI. Prediction of Disease Status: Transition Model Approach for Repeated Measures. Pakistan Journal of Statistics, 30(2), 181-196, 2014.
  7. Sirdari MZ, Islam MA and Awang N. Dependence in Binary Outcomes of a Longitudinal Study and Test for Order: A Quadratic Expoential Form Approach. Bulletin of the Malaysian Mathematical Sciences Society, 37 (1), 129-137, 2014.

2013

  1. Islam MA, Alzaid AA, Chowdhury RI and Sultan K. , ” A Generalized Bivariate Bernoulli Model With Covariate Dependence”, Journal of Applied Statistics, 40 (5): 1064-1075, 2013
  2. Dey, R and Islam MA. The Relationship between Odds Ratios and Correlation for Bivariate Bernoulli Model. Journal of Applied Statistical Science, 21(4), 2013.
  3. M. Ataharul Islam, Rafiqul. I. Chowdhury, S. Bae, Karan. P. Singh, “A Model for Assessing the Association in the Repeated Measures of Depression among the Elderly “, 20th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, Adelaide, Australia, 1–6 December 2013, www.mssanz.org.au/modsim2013, 2013
  4. Noor NM, Islam MA and Ali Z. , “A Multistate Transition Model For Analyzing Diseases In Elderly Population”, World Applied Sciences Journal, 21 (12): 1700-1707, 2013
  5. Sirdari MZ, Islam MA and Awang N., ” A Stationarity Test on Markov Chain Models Based on Marginal Distribution”, Statistical Methodology, 11: 68-76, 2013
  6. Huque MH and Islam MA, ” Comparison of Statistical Tests for Assessing the Proportionality Assumption and Estimation of Parameters of the Cox Model”, Pakistan Journal of Statistics, 29(1); 111-128, 2013
  7. Ahmed ME, Islam MA and Alzaid AA , ” Estimation and Test of Measures of Association for Correlated Binary Data”, Bulletin of the Malaysian Mathematical Sciences Society, 36(4), 985-1008, 2013
  8. Ahbab Mohammad Fazle Rabbi and M.H.M. Imrul Kabir, “Factors Influencing Age at First Birth of Bangladeshi Women- A Multivariate Approach”, American Journal of Public Health Research, Volume:01, Issue:07, Page No :191-195, 2013
  9. Nazneen Sultana, “Generalized Linear Model for Binary Data with Missing Values: An EM Algorithm Approach”, International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research, Volume:4/Issue:5/ Page:8, 2013
  10. Islam MA, Chowdhury RI and Huda S. , “Multistate Transition Model for Analyzing Longitudinal Depression Data”, Bulletin of the Malaysian Mathematical Sciences Society, 36(3): 637-655, 2013
  11. Chowdhury RI, Islam MA, Huda S and Briollais L. , “Parameter Estimation in Logistic Regression for Transition, Reverse Transition and Repeated Transition from Repeated Outcomes”, Applied Mathematics , 3, 1739-1749, 2013

2012

  1. Islam MA, Chowdhury RI and Briollais L., ” A Bivariate Binary Model for Testing Dependence in Outcomes”, Islam MA, Chowdhury RI and Briollais L. A Bivariate Binary M Bulletin of the Malaysian Mathematical Sciences Society, 35(4), 845-858, 2012
  2. Islam MA, Chowdhury RI and Singh KP., ” A Markov Model for Analyzing Polytomous Outcome Data”, Pakistan Journal of Statistics and Operations Research, 8(3), 593-603, 2012
  3. Islam MA and Chowdhury RI., “Elimination of Causes in Competing Risks: A Hazards Model Approach”, World Applied Sciences Journal, 19(5): 608-614, 2012
  4. Farhana Alam Ripa,Mahmuda Haque,Israt Jahan Bulbul, Afsana-Al-Sharmin, Yesmin Begum and Afroza Habib, “Screen of central nervous system (CNS) depressant and antinociceptive activities of methanolic extracts of the peel and seed of Nephelium longan fruits”, African journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 6 (11), pp. 828-854, 2012
  5. Afsana-Al-Sharmin, “Statistical Principles on Education Sector With Special Reference to Bangladesh”, Southeast University Journal of Science & Engineering(SEUJSE), Volume 6, issue 6, 2012
  6. Islam MA, Chowdhury RI and Alzaid AA., “Tests for Dependence in Binary Repeated Measures Data”, Journal of Statistical Research, 46: 203-217, 2012

2011

  1. Khondoker MR and Islam MA, ” A Comparison of Alternative Methods for Testing Proportional Hazards Hypothesis”, Journal of Applied Statistical Science, 18(4), 2011
  2. Afsana Al-Sharmin, “A Composite Index to Assess the Regional Development: A Districts-Level analysis”, VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller Akt.ges.&Co.KG, http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/a-composite-index-to-assess-the-regional-development-afsana-al-sharmin/1105684904?ean=9783639360301, 2011
  3. Chowdhury S, Islam MA and Islam JN. , “Higher Order Markov Structure based Logistic Model and Likelihood Inference for Ordinal Data”, Chowdhury S, Islam MA and Islam JN. Higher Order Markov Structure based Journal of Modern Applied Statistical Methods, 10(2), 528-538, 2011
  4. Sinha NC, Islam MA and Ahamed KS., ” Logistic Regression Models for Higher Order Transition Probabilities of Markov Chain for Analyzing the Occurrences of Daily Rainfall Data”, Sinha NC, Islam MA and Ahamed KS. Logistic Regression Models for Higher Order Transition Probabilities of Ma Journal of Modern Applied Statistical Methods, 10(1), 337-348, 2011
  5. Chowdhury S, Islam MA and Islam JN., ” Second Order Markov Model Without Covariate Dependence for Binary Data”, Journal of Applied Statistical Science, 18(2), 2011

2010

  1. Ping HL and Islam MA., ” Analyzing Incomplete Categorical Data: A Logistic Regression Approach”, Journal of Applied Statistical Science, 17(2): 259-278, 2010
  2. Muhammad Iftakhar Alam and M H M Imrul Kabir, “An Application of Non-Parametric, Semi-Parametric and Parametric Survival Methods on Infant Mortality Data of Bangladesh”, Dhaka University Journal of Science, Volume:58, Issue:02, Page: , 2010
  3. R. H. M. Alaol Kabir, Md. Atikur Rahman, Mohammad Ahsanul haque, Mohammad Osiur Rahman and M. H. M. Imrul Kabir, “A Simple Approach to Recognize a Person Using Hand Geometry”, ULAB Journal of Science and Engineering, ISSN:2079-4398, Vol:01, Page:19-25, 2010
  4. Haque H and Islam MA, ” Assessment of Proportionality in the Proportional Hazards Model: A Comparative Study”, Journal of Applied Statistical Science, 18(3): 375-396, 2010
  5. Sinha NC, Islam MA and Ahmed KS, “Order Determination for the Transition Probabilities of Markov Chain Based on Logistic Regression Model”, Journal of Applied Statistical Science, 17(4): 519-540, 2010
  6. Baharum A and Islam MA., “The Analysis of Transitions in Economic Performance Using Covariate Dependent Statistical Models”, Journal of Developing Areas , 43(2), 289-298, 2010

2009

  1. Islam MA et al., ” Estimation and Tests for a Longitudinal Regression Model Based on the Markov Chain”, Statistical Methodology, 6(5): 475-489, 2009
  2. slam MA and Chowdhury RI, ” Prediction of Disease Status: A Regressive Model Approach for Repeated Measures”, Statistical Methodology, 7, 520-540, 2009
  3. Aboobaider BM, Ahmad AR, Islam MA and Prabuwono AS. , “Reliability Analysis of Repair Time Data Using Semi-parametric Measures”, European Journal of Scientific Research, 33(4), 692-702, 2009
  4. Khondoker MR and Islam MA, “Use of log-log Survival Function in Modeling Time-Covariate Interactions in Cox Regression”, Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 139 (6): 1968-1973, 2009

2008

  1. Islam MA, Chowdhury RI, Singh KP. , ” An Extended Logistic Regression Model for Analyzing Binary Outcomes at Different Phases of Experiment”, Journal of Applied Statistical Science, 16(4): 93-103, 2008
  2. Islam MA, Chowdhury RI, Singh KP, ” An Extended Logistic Regression Model for Analyzing Binary Outcomes at Different Phases of Experiment”, Journal of Applied Statistical Science, 16(4): 93-103, 2008
  3. Latif AHMM, Hossain MZ, Islam MA., ” Model Selection Using Modified Akaike’s Information Criterion: An Application to Maternal Morbidity Data”, Austrian Journal of Statistics, 37(2): 175-184, 2008

2007

  1. Chowdhury RI, Islam MA, Gulshan J, , ” Delivery Complications and Healthcare-Seeking Behaviour: the Bangladesh Demographic Health Survey, 1999-2000″, Health Soc Care Community, 15(3):254-64, 2007
  2. Rahman MS and Islam MA., ” Markov Structure Based Logistic Regression for Repeated Measures: An Application to Diabetes Mellitus Data”, Statistical Methodology , 4: 448-460, 2007

2006

  1. Islam MA, Chowdhury RI., “A Higher Order Markov Model for Analyzing Covariate Dependence”, Applied Mathematical Modelling, 30, 477-488, 2006
  2. Sinha NC, Islam MA and Ahmed KS., ” Chain Dependence and Stationarity Test for Transition Probabilities of Markov Chain under Logistic Regression Model”, Journal of the Korean Statistical Society, 35, 355-376, 2006
  3. Islam MA, Chowdhury, RI and Akhter HH. , ” Complications During Pregnancy, Delivery, and Postnatal Stages and Place of Delivery in Rural Banglades”, Health Care for Women International, 27: 1-15, 2006
  4. Islam MA, Chowdhury RI and Singh KP. , “Statistical Methods for Analysis of Repeated Measures on Maternal Morbidity”, Australian Journal of Rural Health, 14: 154-159, 2006

2005

  1. Chowdhury RI, Islam MA, Shah MA, Al-Enezi N. , ” A Computer Program to Estimate the Parameters of Covariate Dependence Higher Order Markov Model”, Chowdhury RI, Islam MA, Shah MA, Al-Enezi N. , 77: 175-181, 2005
  2. Gulshan J, Chowdhury RI, Islam MA, Akhter HH. , “GEE Models for Maternal Morbidity in Rural Bangladesh”, Austrian Journal of Statistics, 34, 295-304, 2005

2004

  1. Islam MA, Chowdhury RI, Chakroborty N and Bari W., “A Multistage Model for Maternal Morbidity During Antenatal, Delivery and Postpartum Periods”, Statistics in Medicine , 23(1): 137-158, 2004
  2. Islam MA, Chowdhury RI, Chakraborty N, Bari W, Akhter HH. , ” Factors Associated with Delivery Complications in Rural Bangladesh”, The European Journal of Contraception and Reproductive Health Care, 9:203-213., 2004
  3. Islam MM, Islam MA, Chakraborty N. , “Fertility Transition in Bangladesh: Understanding the Role of the Proximate Determinants”, Journal of Biosocial Science 2004, 36(3): 351-370, 2004

2003

  1. Chakraborty N, Islam MA, Chowdhury RI, Bari W, and Akhter HH. 2003., ” Determinants of the Use of Maternal Health Services in Rural Bangladesh”, Health Promotion International , 18: 327-337., 2003