Tata Subba Rao

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Tata Subba Rao [1942-2018[1]] was a professor of statistics in the School of Mathematics, University of Manchester. He gained his MA at Karnatak, his PhD from Gauhati in 1966 DSc from Manchester in 1988. He is a specialist in time series analysis especially non-stationary and non-linear time series analysis, higher order spectral analysis, theory of random fields, time series methods for analysis of environmental variables (detection of climatic changes etc.) and multivariate nonlinear models. The Subba Rao–Liporace models, and Subba Rao Gabr window for bivariate spectra are named after him.[2]

Subba Rao retired [3], but was given an emeritus chair, in 2009 having worked at UMIST and the University of Manchester for 42 years. He published over 70 papers and supervised 15 PhD students. Even after retirement he remained active.[4]

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  1. ^ "Professor T Subba Rao (1942-2018)". News and Events. School of Mathematics, University of Manchester. 18 April 2018. 
  2. ^ Subba Rao, T.; Gabr, M. M. (1984). An introduction to bispectral analysis and bilinear time series models. Lecture Notes in Statistics. 24. New York: Springer-Verlag. ISBN 0-387-96039-2. 
  3. ^ New Developments In Time Series and Spatio-Temporal Analysis: Workshop in honour of Tata Subba Rao 30 March 2009 [1]
  4. ^ Subba Rao, T. (2010). "Nonlinear time series: Semiparametric and Nonparametric methods by JitiGao (ed) (Book review)". Journal of Time Series Analysis. 31 (3): 226. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9892.2009.00642.x. 

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