Murari Mitra Murari Mitra Professor, Mathematics Ph.D. (Indian Statistical Institute). M. Stat. (Indian Statistical Institute): Awarded ISIAA medal for “outstanding performance” in Master of Statistics in the year 1990. Contact Addresses Residence 14/2, Hindusthan Road, Kolkata -700 029, West Bengal, India Phone (office) +91 - 33 - 26684561/62/63 Ext. Mobile +91 - email murarimitra@yahoo.com , mmitra@math.iiests.ac.in Research Areas Reliability Theory, Mathematical Statistics. Operations Research, Nonparametric Inference. Recent Publications Mitra, M. and Basu, S.K. (1993). Interrelationships between certain notions of non-monotonic ageing. Probability and Statistics, Eds. Sujit K. Basu and Bimal. K. Sinha. Narosa Publishing House. Mitra, M. and Basu, S.K. (1994). On a non-parametric family of life distributions and its dual. J.Statist. Plann.Inference, 39, 385-397. Mitra, M. and Basu, S.K. (1995). Change point estimation in non-monotonic ageing models. Ann. Inst. Statist. Math., 47, 483-491. Mitra, M. and Basu, S.K. and Bhattacharjee, M.C. (1995). Characterizing the exponential law under Laplace order domination. Calcutta Stat. Assn. Bulletin, 45, 171-180. Mitra, M. and Basu, S.K. (1996). Shock models leading to nonomonotonic ageing classes of life distributions. J.Statist. Plann.Inference, 55, 131-138. Mitra, M. and Basu, S.K. (1996). On some propertise of the bathtub failure rate family of life distributions. Microelectron. Reliab., 36, no.5, 679-684. Mitra, M. and Basu, S.K. (1998). The class of life distributions that are Laplace order dominated by the exponential law and its ramifications. Frontiers in Reliability, World Scientific. Mitra, M. and Basu, S.K. (1998). A bound for the renewal function of a process driven by a non-monotonic life distribution function. Statistics, 31, 339-345. Mitra, M. and Basu, S.K. (2000). An optimum ordering policy and its estimation in a two-supplier inventory model with uncertainties in supplies. Calcutta Stat. Assn. Bulletin, Golden Jubilee Issue, 265-282. Mitra, M. and Basu, S.K. (2002). Testing exponentiality against Laplace order dominance. Statistics, 36(3), 223-229. Anis, M.Z. and Mitra, M.(2004). Change point detection in mean residual life function. J.Ind. Soc. Prob. Statist. 8, 7-71. Anis, M.Z. and Mitra, M.(2005). A simple test of exponentiality against NWBUE family of life distributions. Appl. Stochastic Models Bus. Ind.,21, 45-53. Anis, M.Z. and Mitra, M.(2005). Change point detection of failure rate functions. IAPQR Transactions, 30, No. 1, pp.17-32. Anis, M.Z. and Mitra, M.(2005). An alternative simple proof of a result useful in reliability shock models. Economic Quality Control, 20, No.2, 287-290. Anis, M.Z. and Mitra, M. (2008). An L-statistic approach to a test of exponentiality against IFR alternatives. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 138, 3144-3148. Mahapatra, G. S., Mitra, M. and Roy T. K. (2010). Intuitionistic fuzzy multi-objective mathematical programming on reliability optimization model. International journal of Fuzzy Systems, Vol. 12, No. 3, pp. 259- 266. Pandey, A. and Mitra, M. (2011). Poisson shock models leading to new classes of non-monotonic aging life distributions. Microelectronics Reliability, 51, 2412-2415. Anis, M.Z. and Mitra, M. (2011). A generalized Hollander-Proschan type test for NBUE alternatives. Statistics and Probability Letters , Vol. 81, issue 1, pages 126-132. • Pal, A., Mitra, M. and Anis, M. Z. (2014). On testing exponentiality against NBAFR alternatives. (Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods, 43: 1834-1844). Courses Undertaken Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata: Game Theory in M. Tech. in QROR program in 1992. Survival Analysis in M. Stat. 2nd year in 1995. Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur: Calculus in B. Tech. 1st year in 1998 Numerical Analysis in 5 year Integrated M. Sc. Program in 1998. Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad: (By invitation) Operations Research – 1 in Doctoral Program at IIMA (FPM program) in 2004. BESU, Shibpur Topics taught in M. Sc. (Applied Mathematics): Real Analysis, Linear Algebra, Abstract Algebra, Probability and Stochastic Processes, Coding Theory, Topics in Operations Research ( Queuing Theory, Mathematical Theory of Reliability, Simulation). Topics taught in B. E. Calculus (Single and several variables), Probability and Statistics, Complex variable theory, Discrete mathematics, integral Transform, etc. in courses in MA – 101, MA – 201, MA – 301, MA – 302, MA – 401, MA – 402. Purabi Das School of Information Technology: Coding and Information Theory M. N. Dastur School of Material Sciences: Foundations of Mathematics Lady Brabourne College, Kolkata : Stochastic Processes in M.Sc. (2nd Year) (By invitation) Department of Mathematics, BESU, Shibpur - 7111 03, INDIA