## 2017

Stocks, Theresa, **Dynamic Modelling of Communicable and Non-Communicable Diseases**

## 2016

Pang, Ying: **Factor-Augmented Forecasting for High-Dimensional Data**

## 2015

Fetisova, Ekaterina: **Evaluation of climate model simulations by means of statistical methods**

**2013**

Petersson, Mikael: **Asymptotic Expansions for Perturbed Discrete Time Renewal Equations**

Malmros, Jens: **Some advances in Respondent-driven sampling on directed social networks**

Malmberg, Hannes: **Random Choice over a Continuous Set of Options **

**2011**

Höhna, Sebastian: **Bayesian Phylogenetic Inference**

**2010**

Andersson, Tom: **Sensitivity studies of models of voltage-dependent conductance in neurons**

**2009**

Wangombe, Anne: **Stochastic epidemic models for tick-borne diseases**

Stoltenberg, Anna: **Statistical aspects on clinical trials with covariate adaptive randomisation and with ordinal response data**

Björkwall, Susanna: **Bootstrapping for claims reserve uncertainty in general insurance**

**2007**

Geli, Patricia: ** Models Related to Growth and Selection of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria under Drug Exposure**

Lindholm, Mathias: **Stochastic epidemic models for endemic diseases: the effect of population heterogeneities**

Mbare, Shaban: **Epidemics on networks and early stage vaccination**

## 2006

Asikainen, Tommi: **Some results in the field of epidemic modeling and analysis of a smallpox outbreak**

## 2005

Jonasdottir, Gudrun: **Statistical Methods for Assessing Genetic Associaltion in the Presence of Linkage**

Nordvall Lagerås, Andreas: **Some results in the theory of Markov chains and in renewal theory**

Norén, Niklas: **Statistical methods for large scale exploratory analysis of post-marketing drug safety data**

## 2004

Bojarova, Jelena: **Aspects of non-linearities in Kalman filtering with application to a simplistic model of the atmosphere**

Grünewald, Maria: **Genetic association studies with complex ascertainment**

## 2003

Dominicus, Annica: **Latent variable models for longitudinal twin data with dropout and death**

Hammarlid, Ola: **When is a convex barrier passed?**

Lindbäck, Johan: **A model for analysing temporal and spatial patterns of infectious diseases with an application to reported campylobacter infections**

## 2002

Maehle Schmidt, Marianne: **A Bayesian approach for sequential updating of dose-response relations in radiation therapy**

Sjögren, Niclas: 1. **Mulitvariate bioequivalence with respect to both means and variability for general equivalence restrictions**, 2. **Comparision of within subject covariance matrices in 2x2 crossover trials with multivariate response**

## 2001

Deijfen, Maria: **Asymptotic shape in a continuum growth model**

Vågerö, Mårten: **Some properties of the ML-estimator in fixed up-and-down sequential designs.**

## 2000

Irbäck, Johan: **Asymptotic theory for a risk process with a high dividend barrier.**

## 1997

Björkström, Anders: **Aspects on Continuum Regression.**

Linder, Marie: **Estimation of Bilinear Regression Models for Matrix Type Data: Bilinear Least Squares and a Simple Alternative.**

Orusild, Tiina: **Confidence intervals for quantiles under finite population sampling.**

Wrigge, Staffan: **Contributions to the theory of large deviations for random sums.**

## 1994

Berg, Mats-Åke: **1. A generalization of the classical risk model - asymptotic estimates. 2. A risk model including interest and a barrier - numerical calculations.**

Britton, Tom: **Limit theorems and tests for within family clustering in epidemic models.**

## 1993

Andersson, Håkan: **A threshold limit theorem for a multitype epidemic model.**

## 1991

Granath, Fredrik: **Aspects of hockey stick regression for binary data. Statistical properties of a dose-response model with a no-effect threshold.**

af Klintberg, Louise: **Strong consistenty of estimators based on a sequence of dependent observations.**

## 1990

Larsson, Rolf: **On the asymptotic distributions of some test statistics in time series analysis.**

## 1989

Djehiche, Boualem: **A large deviation estimate for ruin probabilities.**

## 1988

Wolk, Wincenty: **Approximation of stationary distributions in some fully stochastic models for malaria transmission.**

## 1987

Klingberg, Lars: **Some large sample properties of the cox regression model: A two-state example.**

## 1973

Ohlin, Jan: **Notes on the problem of optimal coverage and optimal deductible.**

## 1971

Karlsson, Jan-Erik: **On large claims.**

## 1970

Grandell, Jan: **On stochastic processes generated by a stochastic intensity function.**

Höglund, Thomas: **On convergence of convolutions of distributions with regularly varying tails to the normal distribution.**

## 1968

Hedström, Lars: **On limiting distributions for some random walks arising in learning models for two-choice behavior.**

Lárusson, Erlandur: **The limit laws of the midpoints of the v-th smallest and the v-th largest distances between order statistics.**

Myhre, Janet: **1. On confidence limits for the reliability of systems. 1. On confidence limits for the reliability of systems. 2. Comparison of two methods of obtaining confidence intervals for system reliability. 3. Approximate confidence limits for the reliability of systems.**

## 1966

Lind, Gunnar: **A class of stochastic processes applied to the control of service quality in telephone systems.**

## 1965

Gustafsson, Jan: **A traffic model.**

## 1964

Erlander, Sven: **The remaining busy period for a single server queueing system with Poisson input and general service time distribution.**

Frank, Ove: **Problems of reconstruction in connection with addition of independent stochastic processes.**

Martin-Löf, Per: **Probability theory on discrete semigroups.**

## 1962

Ekman, Gunnar: **A limit theorem in connection with stratified sampling, part I-II.**

Walldin, Knut-Erik: **Stochastic processes with stationary and independent increments.**

## 1961

Ajne, Björn: **On the estimation of the time mean-value of a stationary process.**

## 1956

Jansson, Birger: **Mathematical descriptions of queueswith constant intervals of arrival and exponentially distributed service times, and problems of optimation in such queues.**