Ronald L. Iman

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Ronald L. Iman is an American statistician, currently president of Southwest Technology Consultants in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He was previously president of the American Statistical Association.[1] He was one of the developers of the statistical technique known as Latin hypercube sampling.

Education[edit]

  • PhD in Statistics from Kansas State University
  • M.S. in Statistics from Kansas State University
  • B.S. in Math Education from Kansas State University
  • M.A. in Mathematics from Emporia State University

Books[edit]

  • A Data-Based Approach to Statistics (1994)
  • A Data-Based Approach to Statistics: Concise Version (1995)
  • Modern Business Statistics with W. J. Conover, 2e (1989)
  • Modern Business Statistics with W. J. Conover, (1983)
  • Introduction to Modern Business Statistics with W. J. Conover, (1983)
  • A Modern Approach to Statistics with W. J. Conover, (1983)

Publications[edit]

Link to http://swtechcon.com/publications.shtml for complete list

Professional activities[edit]

Listed as Highly Cited Researcher by the Institute for Scientific Information, 2004 www.isihighlycited.com

Board of Directors of the American Statistical Association, 1984–86, 1988–1991, 1993–1995

• President of the ASA, 1994; President-Elect, 1993; Past-President, 1995 • Treasurer of the ASA, 1988–1991 • Member of the Executive Committee of the Board, 1985–86, 1988–1991, 1993–1995, Chair 1994

References[edit]

  1. ^ "[ISI Highly Cited Researchers Version 1.5]". hcr3.isiknowledge.com. Retrieved 2010-12-02.