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Biography

Prof. Augustine Chi Mou Wong

Department of Mathematics and Statistics

York University, Canada


Email: august@yorku.ca


Qualifications

1990 Ph.D., Statistics, University of Toronto, Canada

1986 M.A., Mathematics, York University, Canada

1985 B.Sc., Statistics and Mathematics, University of Toronto, Canada


Publications (Selected)

  1. Wong A. (2012) Interval estimation of P(Y < X) for generalized Pareto distribution. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 142, 601-607.
  2. Chang F., Tao L. and Wong A. (2012) Improved likelihood-inference on testing the difference of noncentrality parameters of two independent noncentral t distribution with identical degrees of freedom. Communications in Statistics: Simulation and Computation, 41, 342-354.
  3. She, Y., Wong, A. and Zhou, X. (2011) Revisit the two sample t-test with a known ratio of variances. Open Journal of Statistics, 1, 151-156.
  4. Wang X., Wen Q. and Wong A. (2011) A hybrid-domain approach for modeling climate data time series. Journal of Geophysical Research, 116, D18112, doi: 10.1029/2011JD015850.
  5. De Veaux, R. D., Velleman, P. F., Bock, D. E., Vukov, A. M. and Wong, A. (2011) Stats – Data and Models (Canadian edition). Pearson Canada.
  6. Wong, A. (2010) A note on confidence interval for the power of the one sample t test. Journal of Probability and Statistics, doi: 10.1155/2010/139856.
  7. Chang, F. and Wong A. (2010) Improved likelihood-based inference for the stationary AR(2) model. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 140, 2099-2110.
  8. Wong, A. C. Y., Lam, Y. and Wong, A. (2009) Quantification of dynamic mixing performance of single screws of different configurations by visualization and image analysis. Advances in Polymer Technology, 28, 1-15.
  9. Wong, A. and Wu, Y. (2009) A note on interval estimation of P(X < Y) using lower record values from the generalized exponential distribution. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 53, 3560-3568.
  10. Chang, F. and Wong, A. (2009) A likelihood based approximation to the comulative distribution function of the noncentral t distribution. Communications in Statistics: Simulation and Computation, 38, 1104-1114.
  11. Fraser, D. A. S., Sun, Y. and Wong, A. (2009) Three enigmatic examples and inference from likelihood. Canadian Journal of Statistics, 37, 161-181.
  12. Wong, A. and Wu, Y. (2008) Likelihood analysis for the difference in means of two independent normal distributions with one variance unknown. Journal of Statistical Research, 42, 17-35.
  13. Rekkas, M., She, Y., Sun, Y. and Wong, A. (2008) An interesting application of a likelihood-based asymptotic method. Journal of Applied Probability and Statistics, 3, 275-285.
  14. Wong, A. (2008) Approximating the F distribution via a general version of the modified signed log-likelihood ratio statistics. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, 52, 3902-3912.
  15. Rekkas, M. and Wong, A. (2008) Implementing likelihood-based inference for fat-tailed distributions. Finance Research Letters, 5, 32-46.
  16. Rekkas, M., Sun, Y. and Wong, A. (2008) Improved inference for first order autocorrelation using likelihood analysis. Journal of Time Series Analysis, 28, 513-532.
  17. Jiang, L. and Wong, A. (2008) A note on inference for P(X < Y) for right truncated exponentially distributed data. Statistical Papers, 49, 637-651.

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