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Reem A. Al-Jarallah


   General Information

   
Name: Reem A. Al-Jarallah    
    Rank:  Associate Professor 
    E-mail: reem@stat.kuniv.edu  
    Tel: (+965) 2 498 5339    









Academic Credentials:
  • Ph.D. (Statistics) 2001, Imperial College, University of London, UK.
  • M.Sc. (Statistics) 1989, University of Kuwait, Kuwait.
  • B. Sc. (Statistics) 1987, University of Kuwait, Kuwait.
Research Interests:
  • Bayesian Environmental Applications
  • Bayesian Analysis, Bayesian Nonparametric
  • Optimal Experimental Design
  • Markov Chain Monte Carlo simulation methods
  • Biological Gene Expression Analysis 
Selected Publications:

Balakrishnan, N., Ye, Y., AL-Jarallah, R.A.
Likelihood inference for Type I bivariate P?lya–Aeppli distribution
(2017) Communications in Statistics: Simulation and Computation, 46 (8), pp. 6436-6453. 

Qin, Y., Liu, K., Al-Jarallah, R., Balakrishnan, N.
Inference for Type II bivariate P?lya–Aeppli distribution
(2017) Communications in Statistics: Simulation and Computation, 46 (8), pp. 5981-5990. 

Raqab, M.Z., Al-Jarallah, R.A., Al-Mutairi, D.K.
Closeness of Lindley distribution to Weibull and gamma distributions
(2017) Communications for Statistical Applications and Methods, 24 (2), pp. 129-142. 

Raqab, M.Z., Al-Jarallah, R.A.
Prediction intervals for future Weibull residual data
(2016) Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation, 86 (7), pp. 1320-1333. 

Al-jarallah, R.A., Ghitany, M.E., Gupta, R.C.
A proportional hazard Marshall-Olkin extended family of distributions and its application to Gompertz distribution
(2014) Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods, 43 (20), pp. 4428-4443. 

Al-Jarallah, R., Aly, E.-E.A.A.
Nonparametric tests for comparing several coefficients of variation
(2014) Communications in Statistics - Theory and Methods, 43 (17), pp. 3602-3613. 

Ghitany, M.E., Al-Jarallah, R.A., Balakrishnan, N.
On the existence and uniqueness of the MLEs of the parameters of a general class of exponentiated distributions
(2013) Statistics, 47 (3), pp. 605-612.

(updated March 2019)