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Dr. Abdulkadir Hussein

 

Chair, Graduate Studies Programs

B.Sc. (Trieste), M.Sc., Ph.D. (Alberta)
Professor

LT 9-104
Ext. 3033

Email: ahussein@uwindsor.ca

 

 

Research Interests:
My research areas include Sequential analysis and its applications, Survival and event history analysis, Finite mixtures and their applications, Statistical processes control, Health outcomes research.

Supervision:
I have successfully supervised several master’s students over the past 5 years.  I am currently seeking candidates who have strong background in the theory of probability, and stochastic processes and their estimation techniques. I have several projects with funding that could potentially lead to successful Ph.D thesis.

Recent Publications:

1.     Gombay, E. Heo, G. Hussein, A., Nonparametric Sequential Comparison of Two Treatments with Random Allocation of Samples, Sequential Analysis, 26(1), 71-87, 2007

2.     A. Hussein and J. Liu, Estimating parameters of 2-component uniform mixtures using L-moments, Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulations, 2007, In Press

3.     Anne W. Snowdon, Abdulkadir Hussein, Lisa High, Ejaz Ahmed, Jan Millar-Polgar, Linda Patrick,, The Effectiveness of a Multi-media Intervention for Parents on Knowledge of Safety Seat Use for Children, Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 2007, In Press.

4.     Ahmed SE, Hussein AA, Sen PK, Risk comparison of some shrinkage M-estimators in linear models, JOURNAL OF NONPARAMETRIC STATISTICS, 18(4-6), 401-415, 2006.

5.     Gombay, E and Hussein, A., A class of sequential tests for two-sample composite hypotheses., Canadian Journal of Statistics, 34(2), 217-232, 2006.

6.     Hussein, A., Sequential comparison of two treatments using weighted Wald type statistics, Communications in Statistics-Theory & Methods, 34(7), 2005.

7.     S. E. Ahmed, A. Hussein and A. Volodin, Robust Weighted Likelihood Estimation of Exponential Parameters, IEEE transactions on reliability, vol.54, no. 3, 389-395, 2005.

8.     Hussein, A. and Carriere, K. C., Group Sequential Procedures under Variance Heterogeneity, Statistical Methods in Medical Research., 14 (2), 121-128, 2005.

9.     Jones, T; Hussein, A; Kumar, S., Critical review of the Armitage and Bross sequential procedures in clinical rehabilitation trials., Journal of Musculoskeletal Research, Vol. 8, No. 4, 181-193, 2004.