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Amina Shahzadi

Studying for Doctor of Philosophy

Area of study:
Hidden markov models with nonhomogeneous transition probabilities.

Supervisor: Ting Wang


Email: amina@maths.otago.ac.nz  


Thesis

Title: Hidden Markov models with non-homogeneous transition probabilities

Supervisors: Ting Wang, Richard Barker, Matthew Parry (Otago) and Mark Bebbington (Massey)

Previous Degrees: Master of Philosophy in Statistics (Punjab University, Lahore-Pakistan), Master of Science in Statistics (Punjab University Lahore-Pakistan)

Publications:

  1. Shahzadi, A., Akhter, A. S. and Saf, B. (2013) Regional Frequency Analysis of annual maximum rainfall in monsoon region of Pakistan using L-moments, Pakistan Journal of Statistics and Operation Research, 9(1), 111-136.
  2. Shahzadi, A. (2013). A Review: Regional Frequency Analysis of annual maximum rainfall in Monsoon region of Pakistan using L-moments, International Journal of Advanced Statistics and Probability. 1(3), 97-101.
  3. Tahir, I., Mehmood, Y. and Shahzadi, A. (2013). Perception of educated youth about career and family priorities for males and females. International Journal of Advanced Statistics and Probability. 1(3), 92-96.
  4. Razzaque, M., Shahzadi, A., Hanif, M. and Ali, U. (2010) Economic reliability group acceptance sampling plan for truncated life test having Weibull distribution, Journal of Statistics, 17, 66-76.