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T.N. Sriram

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Department Head
  • Ph.D., Michigan State University, Michigan, August 1986
  • M.S., University of Pune, India, May 1981
  • B.S., Madras Christian College, August 1979
Research Interests:
  • Sequential estimation
  • branching processes
  • bootstrap
  • adaptive designs
  • linear and nonlinear time series
  • robust estimation in mixture models
  • dimension reduction in time series
  • Sub-sampling in big data & many more
Events featuring T.N. Sriram
Statistics Building Room 306

We consider a streaming time series data, which is assumed to come from a non-explosive p-th order autoregressive (AR(p)) model with p ≥ 1. Our goal is to estimate the parameters of this model using a subsample of random size drawn sequentially from the streaming data based on a stopping rule. Traditionally, sequential sampling is carried out after observing an…

Articles Featuring T.N. Sriram

It may be summer in Athens, but our Statistics faculty and students are still hard at work! Congratulations to Professor T.N. Sriram and our former Ph.D. student Ross Iaci on being awarded the 2015 Abraham Wald Prize in Sequential Analysis.

Congratulations to Dr. T. N. Sriram for receiving the UGA Summer 2012 Innovative Instruction Faculty Grant for the project titled "Statistical Analysis for Business-An Online Course."

We are truly delighted to learn that T.N. Sriram has been elected a 2009 Fellow of the American Statistical Association. This wonderful recognition is a reflection of his outstanding research and dedication to the profession. The award ceremony took place at…

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