Publications- Dr. Johnson     


  1. Asymptotic expansions associated with the n-th power of a density. Ann. Math. Stat., (1967), 38, 1266-1272.
  2. An asymptotic expansion for posterior distributions. Ann. Math. Stat., (1967), 38, 1899-1907.
  3. A nonparametric approach to the detection of shift at an unknown time point. Ann. Math. Stat., (1968), 39, 1731-1743, with G. K. Bhattacharyya.
  4. A re-examination of Hougen-Watson rate models including a weighted least squares approach, with R. Mezaki and N. Standal. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Fund, (1968) 7, 181-183.
  5. Approach to degeneracy and the efficiency of some multivariate tests. Ann. Math. Stat., (1968), 39, 1654-1660, with G. K. Bhattacharyya.
  6. Asymptotically most powerful tests for Markov processes. Ann. Math. Stat., (1969), 40, 1207-1215, with G. Roussas.
  7. On Hodges’ bivariate sign test and a test for uniformity of a circular distribution. Biometrika, (1969), 56, 446-448, with G. K. Bhattacharyya.
  8. A note on weighted linear plots for discrimination of nonlinear rate models. Can. J. Chem. Engr., (1969), 517-518, with R. Mezaki.
  9. Asymptotic expansions associated with posterior distributions. Ann. Math. Stat., (1970), 41, 851-864.
  10. Properties of a rank test of Cronholm and Revusky, J. Amer. Statist. Assoc., (1970), 65, 1308-1319, with G. K. Bhattacharyya.
  11. Asymptotically optimal tests for Markov processes. Ann. Math. Stat., (1970), 41, 918-938, with G. Roussas.
  12. A layer rank test for ordered bivariate alternatives. Ann. Math. Stat., (1970), 41, 1296-1310, with G. K. Bhattacharyya.
  13. Applications of contiguity to multiparameter hypotheses testing. Sixth Berkeley Symposium, (1970), 1, 195-226, with G. Roussas.
  14. Applications of contiguity to multiparameter hypotheses testing. Sixth Berkeley Symposium, (1970), 1, 195-226, with G. Roussas.
  15. Percentage points of the normal score layer rank tests for independence and empirical power comparisons. J. Amer. Statist. Assoc., (1970), 65, 976-983, with G. K. Bhattacharyya and H. Neave.
  16. A comparative power study of the bivariate rank sum test and T2. Technometrics, (1971), 13, 191-198, with G. K. Bhattacharyya and H. Neave.
  17. Locally most powerful rank tests for the two-sample problem with censored data. Ann. Math. Stat., (1972), 43, 823-831, with K. G. Mehrotra.
  18. A nonparametric test for ordered alternatives in the bivariate case, J. Multivariate Analysis, (1972), 2, 219-229, with K. G. Mehrotra.
  19. On Robustness of rank tests in life testing. J. Statistical Computation and Simulation, (1973), 2, 159-169, with G. K. Bhattacharyya.
  20. On the violation of assumptions in nonlinear least squares by interchange of response and predictor variables. I. and E. C. Fundamentals, (1973), 12 251-254, with N. Draper and R. Mezaki.
  21. On a test of independence in a bivariate exponential distribution. J. Amer. Statistical Assoc., (1973), 68, 704-706, with G. K. Bhattacharyya.
  22. Some c-sample nonparametric tests for ordered alternatives. J. Indian Statistical Assoc., (1971), 9, [printed in 1973] 8-23, with K. G. Mehrotra.
  23. Some optimality results for one and two sample procedures based on the smallest r order statistics. Reliability and Biometry, (1974) 459-493, eds. F. Proschan and R. Serfling, S.I.A.M., Philadelphia.
  24. The effect of serial correlation on the performance of cusum tests, Technometrics, (1974), 16, 103-112, with M. Bagshaw.
  25. Estimation of reliability in a multicomponent stress-strength model. J. Amer. Statistical Assoc., (1974), 69, (1974) 966-970, with G. K. Bhattacharyya.
  26. Asymptotic results for inference procedures based on the r smallest order statistics. Ann. Statist., (1974), 2, 1138-1151.
  27. The effect of serial correlation on the performance of cusum tests II. Technometrics, (1975), 17 (1975) 73-80, with M. Bagshaw.
  28. The influence of reference values and estimated variance on the ARL of cusum tests. J. Royal Statist. Soc., (1975), B, 37 413-420, with M. Bagshaw.
  29. Sequential detection of a drift change in a Wiener process. Comm. Statist., (1975), 4, 787-796, with M. Bagshaw.
  30. Stress-strength models for system reliability. Reliability and Fault Tree Analysis, (1975), 509-532, eds. R. Barlow et. al. S.I.A.M., Philadelphia.
  31. Asymptotic sufficiency and asymptotically most powerful tests for the two sample censored situation. Ann. Statist., (1976), 4, 589-596, with K. G. Mehrotra.
  32. Linear discrimination and some further results on best lower dimensional representations. Classification and Clustering. (Editor: J. Van Ryzin) (1977) 371-394, Academic Press, with R. Hudlet.
  33. On the completeness of minimal sufficient statistics with censored observations. Ann. Statist., (1977), 5, 547-553, with G. K. Bhattacharyya and K. G. Mehrotra.
  34. On the completeness of minimal sufficient statistics with censored observations. Ann. Statist., (1977), 5, 547-553, with G. K. Bhattacharyya and K. G. Mehrotra.
  35. Sequential procedures for detecting parameter changes in a time series model. J. Amer. Statist. Assoc., (1977), 72, 593-597, with M. Bagshaw.
  36. Locally most powerful rank tests for multiple censored data. Comm. Statist. Theor. Meth., (1977), 6, 459-469, with G. K. Bhattacharyya and K. G. Mehrotra.
  37. Measures and models for angular correlation and angular-linear correlations. J. Royal Statistical Soc. B, (1977), 39, 222-229, with T. Wehrly.
  38. Nonparametric estimation of reliability for an s out of k stress-strength system. Bull. Greek Math. Soc. (Memorial Volume for C. Papakyridkopoulos), (1977), 18, 94-105, with G. K. Bhattacharyya.
  39. Some angular-linear distributions and related regression models. J. Amer. Statist. Assoc., (1978), 73, 602-606, with T. Wehrly.
  40. Differential Relations, in the original parameters, which determine the first two moments of the multiparameter exponential family.Ann. Statist., (1979), 7, 232-235, with J. Ladalla and S. T. Liu.
  41. Extended hazard rate functions: properties and applications. Comm. Statist. Theor. Meth., (1979), 8, 1493-1510, with G. K. Bhattacharyya and K. G. Mehrotra.
  42. Bayesian nonparametric estimation for age-dependent branching processes. Stochastic Processes and Their Applications, (1979), 9, 307-318, with V. Susarla and J. Van Ryzin.
  43. The large sample behavior of posterior distributions when sampling from multiparameter exponential family models, and allied results. Sankhya, (1979), 41B, 196-215, with J. Ladalla.
  44. Current Statistical Methods for Estimating Lumber Properties by Proofloading.
    Forest Products Journal, (1980), 30, 14-22.
  45. Bivariate models for dependence of angular observations and a related Markov process. Biometrika, (1980), 67, 255-256, with T. Wehrly.
  46. The large sample behavior of transformations to normality. J. Amer. Statist. Assoc., (1980), 75, 855-861, with F. Hernandez.
  47. Asymptotic inference in Levy processes of the discontinuous type, Ann. Statist., (1981), 9, 604-614, with M. Akritas.
  48. Estimation of concomitant properties of lumber. Metal Plate Wood Truss Conference Proceedings, (1981), 65-70, Forest Products Research Society, with W. Galligan and J. Taylor.
  49. Transformation of a discrete distribution to near normality. Statistical Distributions in Scientific Work, C. Taillie et al. (eds.) 5, 257-270, D. Reidel Dordrecht, Holland, with F. Hernandez.
  50. An extension of some optimal properties of principal components. Ann. Inst. Stat. Math., (1982), 34, 105-110, with R. Hudlet,
  51. The contiguity of probability measures and asymptotic inferences in continuous time stationary diffusions and Gaussian processes with known covariance. J. Multivariate Analysis, (1982), 12, 123-135, with M. Akritas.
  52. Some reliability concepts useful in materials testing, with G. K. Bhattacharyya. Reliability in the Acquisitions Process (1983) D. J. DePriest and R. L. Launer (eds.), Marcel Dekker, 115-131,
  53. Use of the Box-Cox transformation with binary response models. Biometrika, (1982), 69, 309-314, with V. Guerrero.
  54. Efficiencies of tests and estimates for p-order autoregressive processes when the error distribution is nonnormal. Ann. Inst. Stat. Math., (1982), 34, 579-589, with M. Akritas.
  55. Transformations of survival data. Survival Analysis, eds. J. Crowley and R. Johnson (1982), Institute of Mathematical Statistics, 118-136.
  56. Estimating the Concomitance of Lumber Strength Properties, Wood and Fiber Science, (1983), 15, 235-244, with W. Galligan.
  57. Sampling properties of estimators of a Weibull distribution of use in the lumber industry. Canadian J. Statist., (1983), 11, 155-169, with J. Haskell.
  58. The selection of an extreme-value distribution and the problem of transforming to a specified distribution. Operations Research, (1984), 32, 715-725, with F. Hernandez.
  59. Estimating the correlation between properties measured by destructive testing or how to break the same board twice. Technometrics, (1984), 26, 285-290, with J. Evans and D. Green.
  60. Investigation of the procedure for estimating concomitance of lumber strength properties. Wood and Fiber Science, (1984), 16, 427-440, with J. Evans and D. Green.
  61. An approximate lower tolerance bound for the three-parameter Weibull applied to lumber property characterization. Statistics and Probability Letters, (1984), 2, 67-76, with J. Haskell.
  62. Transformation of grouped or censored data to near normality. Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, (1984), 3, 257-262, with V. Guerrero.
  63. Comment on “The Analysis of Transformed Data”. J. Amer. Statist. Assoc., (1984), 79, 314-315.
  64. Panel Discussion on Current Trends on Quality Control and Reliability in the Literature. (Proceedings of the International Quality Control Conference, Winnipeg). Comm. Statistics, (1985), 2815-2824.
  65. Sequential probability ratio tests with application to quality control. Reliability and Quality Control Conference, North Holland, (1986), A. P. Basu Ed., 225-234, with S. Liu.
  66. Experimental designs for estimating the correlation between two destructively tested variables. J. Amer. Statist. Assoc., (1986), 81, 807-812, with S. Amorim.
  67. Two-sample rank tests for detecting changes that occur in a small proportion of the treated population. Biometrics, (1987), 43, 641-656, with S. Verrill and D. Moore.
  68. The asymptotic equivalence of some modified Shapiro-Wilk statistics - Complete sample and censored cases. Ann. Statist., (1987) 15, 413-419, with S. Verrill.
  69. Transforming grouped bivariate data to near normality. Statistics and Probability Letters, (1988), 6, 213-224, with V. Guerrero.
  70. Stress-strength models with covariates. Technometrics, (1988), 30, 161-168, with G. K. Bhattacharyya, I. Guttman and B. Reiser.
  71. Tables and large-sample distribution theory for censored-data correlation statistics for testing normality. J. Amer. Statist. Assoc., (1988), 83, 1192-1197, with S. Verrill.
  72. The large sample distribution of a quadratic form with application to goodness-of-fit. Comm. Statist., (1988), 17, 4011-4024, with S. Verrill.
  73. Properties of continuous analog estimators for a discrete reliability growth model. IEEE Transactions of Reliability, (1989), 38, 373-378, with G. K. Bhattacharyya and A. Fries.
  74. Two sample rank tests under a random truncation model. Statistics Probability Letters, (1990), 9, 409-422, with C. Morrell.
  75. Confidence estimation with discrete reliability growth models. Statistical Planning and Control, (1991), 29, 87-97, Proceedings of International Reliability Conference.
  76. Tests of fit for composite hypotheses with censored data. Statistics and Decision, (1991), 9, 21-43, with Lajos Horvath.
  77. A linear combination test for detecting serial correlation in multivariate samples. Dependence (1991). Inst. Math Statist. monograph on Dependence, Eds. Block et al., 299-313, with T. Langeland.
  78. Random truncation and neutrinos. Technometrics, (1991), 33, 429-440, with C. Morrell.
  79. The large sample distribution of the Shapiro-Wilk statistics and its variations under type I and type II right censoring. Statistics and Probability Letters, (1991), 12, 405-413, with S. Verrill.
  80. Inferences about correlation based on proof loading experiments. Special issue of Statistics and Probability Letters, (1991), 12, 517-524, ed. Sen Gupta, A. et al., with K. T. Wu.
  81. Testing Reliability in a Stress-Strength Model When X and Y are Normally Distributed. Technometrics, (1992), 34, 83-91, with S. Weerahandi.
  82. Symmeterized rank tests with randomly censored data. J. Inst. Statist. Math., (1992), 44, 745-753, with M. Akritas.
  83. Two sample nonparametric estimation and confidence intervals under truncation. Biometrics, (1992), 48, 1043-1056, with C. Morrell and A. Schick.
  84. Estimation with K independent randomly truncated samples: Application to Neutrino Energies. Comm. in Statist..-Theory Meth., (1992), 21, 3335-3350, with C. Morrell.
  85. Estimating hot numbers and testing for uniformity in the lottery. J. Amer. Statist. Assoc., (1993), 88, 662-668, with J. Klotz.
  86. A Bayesian decision theory approach to screening problems. Advances in Reliability, ed. A.P. Basu, (1993), 181-206, North Holland, with A. Mouhab.
  87. The Influence of Random Effects on the Unconditional Hazard Rate and Survival Functions Biometrika, (1993), 80, 910-914 with Y. Omori.
  88. Testing independence of bivariate circular data and weighted degenerate U statistics. Statistica Sinica, (1994), 4, 729-747, with Shieh and E. Frees.
  89. Bayesian inference for stress-strength models with explanatory variables, Gujarat Statistical Review (Professor Khatri Memorial Volume) (1990 appeared 1994), 55-67, with G.K. Bhattacharyya, I. Guttman, and B. Reiser.
  90. Goodness-of-fit using very small but related samples with application to censored data estimation of PCB contamination. Environmetrics (1995), 6, 341-348, with P. Berthouex and R. Gan.
  91. Predictive distributions for order statistics, Recent Advances Life Testing (1995), 9, 506-521, Editors N. Balakrishnan, with J. Evans and D. Green.
  92. Nonparametric Tests for Ordered c-sample Contaminated Distributions. Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods (1995), 24, 861-879, with S. Sim.
  93. A Bayesian approach to multi-category screening problems, class="cmti-12">World Congress of Nonlinear Analysts (1996), 2851-2859, ed. V. Lakshmikantham, de Grauter, Berlin, with A. Mouhab.
  94. A Bayesian Decision Theory Approach to Classification Problems, J. Multivariate Analysis (1996), 56, 232-244, with A. Mouhab.
  95. Minimum Distance Estimation Using the Lotka Limit for Age Dependent Branching Processes, Nonlinear Analysis, Theory, Methods & Applications (1997), 30, 447-458, with J. Taylor.
  96. Goodness-of-Fit Tests for Two-Parameter and Three-Parameter Weibull Distributions, Advances in the Theory and Practice of Statistics (1997), 159-178, Editors, N. L. Johnson and N. Balakrishnan, with J. Evans and D. Green.
  97. Multivariate Multisample Quantile Test for Ordered Alternatives, with S. Sim, B. Klein, and R. Klein. J. American Statistical Assoc. (1998) 93, 807-818.
  98. Comparisons of Spatially Correlated Binary Data, with S. Sim. Statistics and Probability Letters (1998) 39, 81-97.
  99. The Generalized Logistic Models with Transformations, with I. Yeo, J. Korean Statistical Society (1998), 27, 495-506.
  100. Nonparametric Bayesian Predictive Distributions for Future Order Statistics, with J. Evans and D. Green. Statistics and Probability Letters (Special issue in honor of V. Susarla) (1999), 41, 247-254.
  101. The Influence of Random Effects on Bivariate and Trivariate Survival Models, with Y. Omori. J. Nonparametric Statist. (Special issue) (1999), 11, 137-160.
  102. Some Consequences of Random Effects in Multivariate Survival Models, Multivariate Analysis, Design of Experiments, and Survey Sampling- A tribute to Jagdish Srivastava, editor, Subir Ghosh, Marcel Dekker, (1999), 301-347, with Y. Omori.
  103. A New Multiple Proof Loads Approach for Estimating Correlation, Reliability 2000, Recent Advances in Reliability Theory- Methodology, Practice, and Inference, Editors N. Limnios and M. Nikulin, Birkhauser, (2000), 345-357, with W. Lu.
  104. A New Family of Power Transformations to Improve Normality or Symmetry, Biometrika (2000), 954-959, with I. Yeo.
  105. Uniform Strong Law of Large Numbers for U-statistics with application to Transforming to Near Symmetry, Statistics and Probability Letters(2000) 51, 63-69, with I. Yeo.
  106. Asymptotic Theory for Box-Cox Transformations in Linear Models, Statistics and Probability Letters(2001), 51, 337-343, with K. Cho, I.-K. Yeo and W.-Y. Loh
  107. Prediction Interval Estimation in Transformed Linear Models, Statistics and Probability Letters(2001), 51, 345-350, with K. Cho, I.-K. Yeo and W.-Y. Loh
  108. Nonparametric Estimation of Conditional Survival Under Destructive Testing, with K. T. Wu. Collection of Papers in Honor of George Roussas., Ed. Puri, M., Birkhauser.
  109. On Tests of Independence for Spherical Data-Invariance and Centering, Statistics and Probability Letters (2002), 57, 327-335, with G. Shieh.
  110. Forecasting Peak Daily Ozone Levels-I. A Regression with Time Series Errors Model having a Principal Component Trigger to Fit 1991 Ozone Levels. Journal of Air and Waste Management Association (2002), 52, 1064-1074, with Pao-Wen Grace Liu.
  111. Comments on the paper by Lockhart, Chen and Stephens. Journal of the Canadian Statistics Society (2002), 30, 215-219, with K. Doksum.
  112. Some Exact and Approximate Confidence Regions for the Ratio of Percentiles from Two different Distributions (2003) Mathematical and Statistical Methods in Reliability Eds. Bo Lindqvist and Kjell Doksum, 455-468, World Scientific, New Jersey.
  113. Forecasting Peak Daily Ozone Levels-II. A Regression with Time Series Errors Model having a Principal Component Trigger. Journal of Air and Waste Management Association (2003), 53, 1472-1489, with Pao-Wen Grace Liu.
  114. New tests for multivariate ordered alternatives for special issue of Comm. Stat. (2004) in honor of Z. Govindarajulu, 33 issue 8 2027-2040, with S. Sim.
  115. Inferences Based on a Bivariate Von Mises Distribution, Annals Institute Statistical Mathematics (2005) 57 789-802 with G. Shieh.
  116. Multivariate CUSUM Procedure and A Most Active Bivariate Chart, Quality Technology and Quantitative Management (2006) 3, 401-414, with Ruojia Li.
  117. A Linear Combination CUSUM Statistic for Controlling a Multivariate Mean, special issue of Statistical Planning and Inference (2006) in honor of S. N. Roy, with Roujia Li.
  118. Confidence Regions for the Ratio of Percentiles, Statistics and Probability Letters (2006), 77, with L. F. Hwang,
  119. The influence of random effect on univariate and bivariate discrete proportional hazards models Communications in Statistics-Theory and Methods (2006) 35, no. 9 with Y. Omori.
  120. Bayesian nonparametric estimation of functions of quantiles, with S Sim. Collection of papers in honor of K. Doksum. Ed. V. Nair. (2007) World Scientific Publishers
  121. Confidence bounds and hypothesis tests for normal distribution coefficients of variation, Communications in Statistics-Theor. and Meth. (2007), 36, 2187-2206, with S. Verrill
  122. Proof load designs for estimation of dependence in a bivariate weibull model, Statistics and Probability Letters (2008), 77, 1061-1069, with W. Lu.
  123. Preservation of some lige length classes for age distributions associated with age-dependent branching processes, Statistics and Probability Letters (2008),78, 2981-1987, with J. Taylor.
  124. Modeling and comparing the organization of circular genomes, Bioinformatics (2012), 27, 912-918, with G. S Shieh, et. al.
  125. An empirical characteristic function approach to selecting a transformation to Symmetry, Contemporary Developments in Statistical Theory (2014), S. Lahiri, A. Schick, A. SenGupta and T. Sriram, Eds.,191-202, Springer, with In-kwon Yeo.
  126. An Empirical Characteristic Function approach to selecting a transformation to normality. Communications for Statistical Analysis and Methods (2014),21, 213-234, with In-Kwon Yeo.
  127. Asymptotic results for Crosier’s CUSUM tatistic, J. Indian Statistical Assoc., (2014), 51,19-43, with R. Li.