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El Barmi, H. (2017). Testing for the uniform stochastic ordering via empirical likelihood under right censoring. Statistica Sinica. 27, 645-664.
El Barmi, H.,Malla, G and Mukerjee, H. (2016). Estimation of a star-shaped distribution function. To appear in Journal of Nonparametric Statistics.
Chang, H. W., El Barmi, H. and McKeague, I. W. (2016). Tests for stochastic ordering under biased sampling. To appear in Journal of Nonparametric Statistics.
El Barmi, H.and Mckeague, I. W. (2016). Testing for uniform stochastic ordering via empirical likelihood. Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics. 68, 955-976. (To appear)
El Barmi, H. and Wu, R. (2016). On estimation of peakedness-ordered distributions. To appear in Communications in Statistics-Theory and Methods.
El Barmi, H. and Mukerjee, H. (2015). Consistent estimation of survival functions under uniform stochastic ordering; the k-sample case.Journal of Multivariate Analysis, 104, 99-109.
El Barmi, H. and El Bermi, L. (2015). On comparing cumulative incidence functions using an empirical likelihood type test. Communications in Statistics-Theory and Methods, 44(23), 4940-4952
El Barmi, H.and Mckeague, I. W. (2013). Empirical based tests for stochastic ordering. Bernoulli, 19, 295-307.
El Barmi, H.and El Bermi, L. (2013). Empirical Likelihood ratio test for symmetry against type I bias with applications to competing risks. Journal of Nonparametric Statistics. 25(2), 487-498.
Al Kandari, N., Aly, E.-E. and El Barmi, H. (2012). Estimation of cumulative incidence functions when the lifetime distributions are uniformly stochastically ordered. Lifetime Data Analysis, 18, 19-35.
Faculty Scholarship and Creative Achievement Award, Baruch College, City University of New York. 2004.
Faculty Scholarship and Creative Achievement Award, Baruch College, City University of New York. 2003.
R. H. Bing Fellowship, Department of Mathematics, University of Texas, Austin. 1993-1995.
Henry L. Reitz Award for best performance on the Ph.D. qualifying exam, Department of Statistics, University of Iowa. 1989.