Computer Science and Statistics

College of Arts and Sciences

Professor R. Choudary Hanumara

R. Choudary HanumaraContact Information

Office Dept. of Computer Science and Statistics
Tyler Hall
9 Greenhouse Road, Suite 2
University of Rhode Island
Kingston, RI, 02881
Telephone (401) 874-2701
Fax (401) 874-4617
Email rch@cs.uri.edu

Education

1968 Ph.D. Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida
Statistics
1962 M.S. Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan
Statistics

Teaching Appointments

1992 Professor University of Maryland
Department of Computer Science and Mathematics
College Park, Maryland
1990 – 1991 Acting Chair University of Rhode Island
Department of Computer Science and Statistics
Kingston, Rhode Island
1985 – Present Section Head of Statistics University of Rhode Island
Department of Computer Science and Statistics
Kingston, Rhode Island
1985 Professor University of Pittsburgh
Department of Statistics
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
1977 – 1978 Visiting Faculty Imperial College
Department of Mathematics
London, UK
1977 – 1978 Visiting Faculty Trinity College
Department of Statistics
Dublin, Ireland
1975 – 1988 Associate Professor University of Rhode Island
Department of Computer Science and Statistics
Kingston, Rhode Island
1968 – 1975 Assistant Professor University of Rhode Island
Department of Computer Science and Statistics
Kingston, Rhode Island

Other Experience

1994 – 1996 President American Statistical Association, R.I. Chapter Kingston, Rhode Island
1965 Member American Statistical Association Alexandria, Virginia

Course Information (Ret.)

  • STA307 – Introductory Biostatistics
  • STA412 – Statistical Methods in Research II

Selected Publications

  • Peterson, K., Hanumara, R.C., et. al.. “Effects of Exogeneous Glucose on Brain Ischemia in Ovine Fetuses”. Pediatric Research. 2004.
  • Dash, G., Hanumara, R.C., Kajiji, N.. “Neural Network Architectures for Modeling FX Futures Options Volatility”. Operations Research. 2003.
  • Crouse, R., Jin, C., Hanumara, R.C.. “Convex Combination of Estimators”. Journal of Probability and Statistical Science. 2003.
  • Peterson, K., Hanumara, R.C., et. al.. “White Matter Injury After Cerebral Ischemia in Ovine Fetuses”. Pediatric Research. 2002.
  • Hameltt, T., Ting, N., Hanumara, R.C., Finman, D.. “Dose Spacing in Early Dose Response Clinical Trial Designs”.
    Drug Information Journal. 2002.
  • Allan, C., Hanumara, R.C., LaPane, K.. “Evaluation of the Reliability of Serum Cholesterol Measurements”. Applied Statistical Science. 2001.
  • Epstein, M., Chicoine, J., Hanumara, R.C.. “Detection of Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome Using a Nasal Cannula/Pressure Transducer”. CHEST. 2000.
  • Bianchi, L., Jarrett, J., Hanumara, R.C.. “Forecasting for Telemarketing Centers”. International Journal of Forecasting Theory and Methods. 1998.
  • Crouse, R., Jin, C., Hanumara, R.C.. “Unbiased Ridge Estimation with Prior Information and Ridge Trace”. Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods. 1995.
  • Hanumara, R.C.. “A Note on the Estimation of Imprecisions of Two Instruments”. Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation. 1994.
  • Pawlak, C., Hanumara, R.C.. “A Comparison of Seasonal Growth Models for Fisheries”. Fisheries Research. 1991.
  • Sady, T., Herbert, W., Hanumara, R.C.. “Mathematical Models of Relationship between HDL-cholesterol and Serum Triglyceride: an Empirical Evaluation”. Mathematical and Computer Modelling. 1989.
  • Lessne, G., Hanumara, R.C.. “Comparative Growth Curve Analysis in Marketing”. Journal of Marketing Research. 1988.
  • Hanumara, R.C.. “An Alternate Derivation of the Distribution of the Conditioned Signal-to-Noise Ratio”. IEEE Transactions of the Antennas and Propagation. 1986.
  • Hanumara, R.C.. “Estimating Variances of Measuring Instruments”. American Statistician. 1975.
  • Hanumara, R.C., Thompson, W.A.. “Percentage Points of the Extreme Roots of a Wishart Matrix”. Biometrika. 1968.
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