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Kalimuthu Krishnamoorthy

Kalimuthu Krishnamoorthy
Professor
Statistics

425 Maxim Doucet Hall
337-482-5283
krishna@louisiana.edu
Krishnamoorthy's webpage

Ph.D. (Statistics) 1985 Indian Institute of Technology-Kanpur, India
M.Sc. (Statistics) 1978 Madras University, India
B.Sc. (Statistics) 1976 Madras University, India

My research interests are in developing statistical methodologies for occupational exposure data analysis, inference with missing data, meta analysis, tolerance regions, data analysis with multiple detection limits, and statistical calibration.

Selected research publications:

  • Tests for an upper percentile of a lognormal distribution based on samples with multiple detection limits and sample size calculation(with Mathew, T. and Xu, Z), Annals of Occupational Hygiene, to appear, (2013).
  • The symmetric-range accuracy under a one-way random model with balanced or unbalanced data (with Mathew, T.), Annals of Occupational Hygiene, to appear, (2013).
  • Approximate and fiducial confidence intervals for the difference between two binomial proportions (with Zhang, D.), Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods, to appear, (2013).
  • Comparison of confidence intervals for correlation coefficients based on incomplete monotone samples and those based on listwise deletion. Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 114 (2013), 378-388.
  • Multivariate Behrens-Fisher problem with missing data (with Yu, J.), Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 105 (2012), 141-150.
  • New approximate confidence intervals for the difference between two Poisson means and comparison (with Lee, M.), Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, online, (2012).
  • Closed-form approximate tolerance intervals for some general linear models and comparison studies (with Lian, X.), Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, 82 (2012), 547-563.
  • Confidence limits for lognormal percentiles and for lognormal mean based on samples with multiple detection limits (with Xu, Z.), Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 55 (2012), 495-509.
  • Confidence limits for lognormal percentiles and for lognormal mean based on samples with multiple detection limits (with Z. Xu), Annals of Occupational Hygiene, 55 (2011), 495-509.
  • Inference for the lognormal mean and quantiles based on samples with nondetects (with A. Mallick and T. Mathew), Technomterics, 53 (2011), 72-83.