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Selected Papers of C.R. Rao (in five volumes) The statistical career of C.R. Rao, the most famous statistician from India, a Fellow of the Royal Society and founder of the Research-and Training School of the Indian Statistical Institute spans nearly half a century. The Selected papers reflect the trends of research in statistical methodology and data analysis during the last fifty years. These volumes constitute a rich and valuable source of reference for all statisticians who are interested in research, education or practice of statistical methods in any area of application.
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A landmark collection of autobiographical essays reflecting the scientific lives of 10 eminent Indian statisticians who emerged from the movement initiated and guided by P. C. Mahalanobis, founder of the Indian Statistical Institute. Describes the success achieved in their creative endeavors as well as the difficulties they encountered.From the Inside Flap:
The first one of its kind, this book compiles autobiographical essays on the scientific lives of ten leading Indian statisticians who emerged from the great statistical movement initiated and guided by P.C. Mahalanobis, the founder of the Indian Statistical Institute. The success achieved by them in their creative endeavours as well as the difficulties that they encountered have been detailed. The present volume will serve as a source of inspiration for aspiring young statisticians as well as a permanent record of development of statistics as a discipline in India.
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