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Background

After a period as an operational scientist in industry, Professor Martin Newby joined Bradford University as a lecturer in Industrial Technology and later lecturer in Operational Research and Statistics. From 1988 to 1995 he was Associate Professor of Industrial Engineering at the Technological University Eindhoven, and was also a member of The Frits Philips Institute for Quality Management. In 1995 he moved to City University as Professor of Statistical Science. He is active in national and international professional bodies in statistics and reliability and is adviser to the Committee on Defence Equipment Reliability and Maintenance in the UK.

Qualifications

Chartered Mathematician, 1995
PhD Development of Generalised Methods for Interpreting Reliability and Related Data, University of Bradford, 1984
MSc Analysis and Partial Differential Equations, University of Sussex, 1970
BSc (Hons) Mathematics with Economics, University of Sussex, 1968

Employment

1995 - to date City University London, Professor of Statistical Science
1988 - 1995 Eindhoven University of Technology, Associate Professor of Industrial Engineering
1988 - 1995 Frits Philips Institute for Quality Management, Consultant
1985 - 1988 University of Bradford, Lecturer in Operational Research & Statistics
1974 - 1985 University of Bradford, Lecturer in Industrial Technology
1970 - 1973 Rowntree Mackintosh Ltd, Senior Operational Research Scientist
1968 - 1969 Gravesend School for Boys, Mathematics Teacher

Other appointments

2003 - 2010 Technological University of Eindhoven, Professor of Product Reliability & Maintenance
1996 - 2003 Member Committee on Defence Equipmen Reliability & Maintenance, Advisor to MOD Procurement

Membership of professional bodies

1995 Institute of Mathematics & its Applications, Fellow
1980 The Safety & Reliabiliy Society, Fellow
1975 The Royal Statistical Society, Fellow

Research

The emphasis is now on the role of reliability and quality within a commercial context, lifecycle models, and the impact of dependability and maintenance on manufacturing.

- The Ultra-Reliable Aircraft project
- Reliability modelling and diagnostics
- Optimum inspection and maintenance regimes for deteriorating systems

Publications

Chapters (9)

  1. Newby, M.J. and Ahmadi, R. (2011). A new approach to maintenance optimization by modeling intensity control. ISBN 978-0-8176-4971-5.
  2. Newby, M.J. and Barker, C.T. (2007). Non-Periodic Inspections To Guarantee A Prescribed Level Of Reliability. In Vonta, F, , Nikulin, M, , Limnios, N, and Huber-Carol, C, (Eds.), Statistical Models and Methods for Biomedical and Technical Systems (p. 500). Birkhäuser. ISBN 978-0-8176-4464-2.
  3. Newby, M.J. (2006). Bivariate Decision Processes. In ,Nikulin, Mikhail, , Commenges, Daniel, and Huber, Catherine, (Eds.), Probability, Statistics and Modelling in Public Health (p. 479). springer. ISBN 978-0-387-26022-8.
  4. Newby, M.J. (2003). Inspection and Maintenance for Stochastically Deteriorating Systems. In Bo H Lindqvist, and Kjell A Doksum, (Eds.), Mathematical And Statistical Methods In Reliability
  5. Newby, M.J. (1991). Reliability Modelling and Estimation. In P C Sander, , R Badoux, and Kluwer, (Eds.), Bayesian Methods in Reliability Analysis (pp. 81–100).
  6. Newby, M.J. (1991). Repairable Systems and Growth Models. In P C Sander, , R Badoux, and Kluwer, (Eds.), Bayesian Methods in Reliability Analysis (pp. 101–117).
  7. Newby, M.J. (1990). Statistische facetten van quality management. Inleiding Kwaleitszorg, lectures for the course on quality management (in Dutch) (pp. 131–150). University of Eindhoven
  8. Newby, M.J., Burns, A. and Winterton, J.C. (1988). The Restructuring of the British Coal Industry. In Prof. David Cooper, and Mr Trevor Hopper, (Eds.), Debating Coal Closures Cambridge University Press.
  9. Newby, M.J., Hardy, D.I.B. and Lenham, A.P. (1977). Final Analysis. In F. C. Rodger, (Ed.), Onchocerciasis in Zaire (pp. 153–169). Pergamon Press.

Conference Papers and Proceedings (73)

  1. Houben, M.J.H.A., Sonnemans, P.J.M. and Newby, M.J. (2010). Uncertainty in reliability estimation: When do you know everything you know? .
  2. Ahmadi, R. and Newby, M. (2010). A New Approach to Maintenance Optimization by Modeling Intensity Control. .
  3. Houben, M.J.H.A., Sonnemans, P.J.M., Stollman, G.M., Newby, M.J. and IEEE, (2009). Reliability Prediction Through Bayesian Inference Based On Product Change. .
  4. Newby, M. and Barker, C. (2009). Planning and scheduling maintenance resources in a complex system. .
  5. Barker, C.T. and Newby, M.J. (2008). Nonperiodic inspections to guarantee a prescribed level of reliability. .
  6. Sonnemans, P.J.M., Balasubramanian, A., Kevrekedis, K. and Newby, M.J. (2008). Efficiently represent diverse system field usage in reliability testing. .
  7. Balasubramanian, A., Kevrekidis, K., Sonnemans, P., Newby, M. and IEEE, (2008). Identifying Factors Influencing Reliability of Professional Systems. .
  8. Newby, M.J., Balasubramanian, A, , Kevrekidis, K, and Sonnemans, P.J.M, (2008). Identifying factors influencing reliability of professional systems. LAS VEGAS.
  9. Newby, M.J., Sonnemans, P.J.M, , Balasubramanian, A., and Kevrekidis, K, (2008). A method to efficiently represent diverse field usage in reliability testing of professional systems. LAS VEGAS.
  10. Barker, C.T. and Newby, M. (2006). Optimal inspection and maintenance to meet prescribed performance standards. .
  11. Newby, M. (2006). Bivariate decision processes. .
  12. Newby, M.J. and Barker, C.T. (2005). Inspection and Maintenance Planning for Complex Multi-Component Systems. International Conference on reliability and Survival Analysis, Indian Statistical Institute 20-22 December, New Delhi.
  13. Newby, M.J. and Barker, C.T. (2005). Inspection and Maintenance Planning for Complex Multi-Component Systems. August, City University London.
  14. Newby, M.J. and Barker, C.T. (2005). A Bivariate Process Model For Maintenance And Inspection Planning. Gdansk.
  15. Bernat, G., Burns, A. and Newby, M. (2005). Probabilistic timing analysis: An approach using copulas. .
  16. Newby, M.J., Brombacher, A.C., , Sonnemans, P.J.M., , Roelfsema, S., and Ion, R.A., (2005). Fast reliability prediction in medical industry. Tri City, Poland.
  17. Oussalah, M. and Newby, M. (2004). Combination of qualitative and quantitative sources of knowledge for risk assessment in the framework of possibility theory. .
  18. Newby, M.J. (2003). Inspection & Maintenance For Stochastically Deteriorating Systems. OR45, Conference of The Operational Research Society 2-3 September, Keele University.
  19. Thomas, P.J. and Newby, M.J. (2002). The BSE/CJD crisis. European Systems Safety Society Conference on Balancing Risk & Reward – Beyond Current Horizons 31 October, City University.
  20. Thomas, P.J. and M Newby, (2002). Estimating the size of the outbreak of New-Variant CJD. City University Research Day 16 September.
  21. Newby, M.J. (2002). Monitoring and Maintenance Of Spares And One Shot Devices. IFORS 2002 8-12 July, Edinburgh, UK.
  22. Newby, M.J. and Dagg, R. (2002). Optimal Inspection Policies in the Presence of Covariates. 19-21 March, Lyon France.
  23. Strigini, L., Bosio, D., Littlewood, B. and Newby, M.J. (2002). Advantages of open source processes for reliability: clarifying the issues. 25-26 February, Newcastle upon Tyne.
  24. Newby, M.J. and Dagg, R. (2002). Optimal Inspection and Maintenance for Stochastically Deteriorating Systems. Trondheim, Norway.
  25. Newby, M.J. (2001). Reliability as a Quality Tool. Pune Chamber of Commerce one day meeting on Reliability 25 June, V.
  26. Newby, M.J. (2001). Covariate modelling as a diagnostic Tool. Reliability Meeting June, University of Pune, Pune, India.
  27. Newby, M.J. and Dagg, R. (2001). Optimal Inspection and Maintenance for Stochastically Deteriorating Systems. IMA Conference on Mathematic Modelling in Maintenance April.
  28. Oussalah, M., Littlewood, B., Strigini, L. and Newby, M. (2001). Combination of qualitative and quantitative sources of knowledge for risk assessment. .
  29. Newby, M.J. (2000). Reliability Modelling and Data Management. expert meeting on reliability research April, Eurandom, Eindhoven.
  30. Newby, M.J. (2000). Emerging Needs for Engineering Mathematics. MathWise Users Group meeting April.
  31. Newby, M.J. (1999). Reliability modelling: guidelines and new directions. CODERM meeting on reliability modelling,MOD PE 9 September, Abbey Wood, Bristol.
  32. Newby, M.J. (1999). Bayesian Analysis of Degradation Models. London University Statistics 21 May, Goldsmiths College.
  33. Newby, M.J. (1999). Bayesian Analysis of Degradation Models. Department of Mathematics 27 April, University of Athens.
  34. Newby, M.J. (1999). Bayesian Analysis of Degradation Models. Department of Mathematics & Statistics 16 Dec 1998, University of Sussex.
  35. Newby, M.J. and Thomas, P.J. (1998). Estimating the size of the outbreak of new-variant CJD from incoming data. Presentation at the House of Lords (invitation of Lord Wade) 20 June, London, England.
  36. Newby, M.J., Karcanias, N. and Leontaritis, I. (1998). Modelling the integrated business and operational issues of industrial processes: a system based approach. Network of Excellence in Intelligent Control & Integrated Manufacturing Systems, Advanced Summer Institute - Life Cycle Approaches to Production Systems: Management, Control, Supervision 14-17 June, Bremen.
  37. Newby, M.J. (1998). Estimating the size of the outbreak of new-variant CJD. seminar DASS April.
  38. Newby, M.J. (1998). Optimal Age replacement with Imperfect Inspection and Repair. IMA Conference on Mathematical Models in Maintenance April, Edinburgh, UK.
  39. Newby, M.J. (1998). Illustrations of Extreme Value Theory. Actuarial Research Club 12 March.
  40. Newby, M.J. (1998). Modelling Maintenance Free Operating Periods. Ultra Reliable Aircraft Programme Meeting 4 February, University of Warwick.
  41. Newby, M.J. (1997). Optimal Age replacement with Imperfect Inspection and Repair. Talk to Dutch Society for Risk Analysis and Reliability 16 December.
  42. Newby, M.J. (1999). Bayesian Analysis of Degradation Models. Department of Mathematics and Computer Science 3 Dec 1997, University of Salford.
  43. Newby, M.J. (1997). Data Driven Models for Maintenance. European Safety and Reliability Association Workshop on Uncertainty Modelling 24-25 March, Delft.
  44. Newby, M.J. (1997). New Directions in Reliability and Maintenance. Systems and Modelling Seminar March, City University London.
  45. Newby, M.J. (1996). Analysing Crack Growth. invited paper at the RSS/ImechE meeting on Probabilistic Methods in Engineering 1 October, York.
  46. Newby, M.J. and Coole, F.P.A. (1996). Optimal replacement with minimal information. OR38, Operational Research Society Conference September.
  47. Newby, M.J. (1996). A Business Process Approach To Maintenance: Measurement, Decision And Control. .
  48. Newby, M.J. and Coolen, F.P.A. (1994). Bayesian Reliability Analysis with Imprecise Prior Probabilities. International Research Conference on Lifetime Data Models in Reliability and Survival Analysis 15-17 June, Boston.
  49. Newby, M.J. (1993). MIL-Hdbk 217: voordelen, nadelen en misvattingen. lecture to the Dutch Reliability Society December, Utrecht.
  50. Newby, M.J. (1992). Het Modelleren en Detecteren van Afhankelijkheid. lecture to the Dutch Reliability Society 17 March, Ede.
  51. Newby, M.J. (1992). Bedrijfszekerheid en Kwaliteit. .
  52. Newby, M.J. (1991). A Critical look at Some Point Process Models for Repairable Systems. lecture to the Royal Statistical Society day on Dependence Modelling in Reliability 25 September, Imperial College.
  53. Newby, M.J. (1990). Reliability and design. lecture to the joint Cambridge/Lancaster MSc course in Engineering Design, 31 July.
  54. Newby, M.J. (1990). Bedrijfszekerheidsanalyse voor warmtewisselaars (reliability analysis for heat exchangers). Statistiek voor de Industrie Dag 1 June, Eindhoven University.
  55. Thomas, P.J. and Newby, M. (1989). Estimating nvCJD deaths. Report to Lord Wade on City University Study. Presentation to Special Meeting at House of Lords 20 January.
  56. Newby, M.J. and Al Ayoubi, A. (1989). Poisson Models for Software Reliability. Sep 1988, Bruges.
  57. Newby, M.J. (1988). Statistical Approaches to Fatigue Crack Growth Models. 6-8 April.
  58. Newby, M.J. (1987). Accelerated Failure Time Models for Reliability Data Analysis. Birmingham.
  59. Newby, M.J. (1986). Repairable Systems Data Analysis. Systems Analysis Department 26 August, Riso National Laboratory, Denmark.
  60. Newby, M.J. (1986). Repairable Systems Probability Models. Systems Analysis Department 19 August, Riso National Laboratory, Denmark.
  61. Newby, M.J. (1986). The UK Coal Industry and Energy Policy. Colloquium 13 August, Riso National Laboratory, Riso, Denmark.
  62. Newby, M.J. (1986). The Use of Measures of Aging in Model Construction and Identification. .
  63. Newby, M.J. (1985). Applications of Concepts of Aging in Reliability Data Analysis. 10-12 July, Birmingham.
  64. Newby, M.J. (1985). Financial Calculations and the Coal dispute. Workshop at the Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Accounting Conference 8-10 July, University of Manchester.
  65. Newby, M.J. (1985). The Market for Coal and the Future of the Industry. British Sociological Association Industrial Relations Study Group 11 May, University of Bath.
  66. Newby, M.J. and Winterton, J.C. (1984). The Restructuring of the British Coal Industry. read to the Cambridge Political Economy Society 19 October.
  67. Newby, M.J., Burns, A. and Winterton, J.C. (1984). New Technology and the Restructuring of Work in British Coal Mining. Mining presented to the British Sociological Association Conference 2-5 April, University of Bradford.
  68. Newby, M.J., Burns, A. and Winterton, J.C. (1983). Technological Unemployment in Coal Mining. Science Policy Research Unit 6 June, University of Sussex.
  69. Newby, M.J. and Wintertton, J.C. (1982). A Statistical Analysis of Strike Duration. read to the Manchester Industrial Relations Society April.
  70. Newby, M.J. (1982). A Statistical Model of the Failure of Motorway Lamps. .
  71. Newby, M.J. (1980). Applications of Order Statistics from the Exponential Distribution. .
  72. Newby, M.J. (1975). Basic Probability a Historical Approach. the Advances in Reliability Technology Symposium September, University of Bradford.
  73. Newby, M.J., Wensing, T.P.J., , Ion, R.A., and Sonnemans, P.J.M., Reliability prediction for complex medical systems. .

Journal Articles (51)

  1. Ahmadi, R. and Newby, M. (2011). Maintenance scheduling of a manufacturing system subject to deterioration. RELIAB ENG SYST SAFE, 96(10), pp. 1411–1420. doi:10.1016/j.ress.2011.05.004.
  2. Sari, J.K., Newby, M.J., Brombacher, A.C. and Tang, L.C. (2009). Bivariate Constant Stress Degradation Model: LED Lighting System Reliability Estimation with Two-stage Modelling. QUAL RELIAB ENG INT, 1099-1638(3), pp. 0748–8017. doi:10.1002/qre.1022.
  3. Newby, M.J. (2009). Optimal non-periodic inspection for a multivariate degradation model. Reliability Engineering & System Safety, 94(1), pp. 33–43.
  4. Newby, M. (2008). Monitoring and maintenance of spares and one shot devices. RELIABILITY ENGINEERING & SYSTEM SAFETY, 93(4), pp. 588–594. doi:10.1016/j.ress.2007.02.008.
  5. Newby, M.J. (2007). Monitoring and maintenance of spares and one shot devices. Reliability Engineering and System Safety . doi:10.1016/j.ress.2007.02.008.
  6. Barker, C.T. and Newby, M.J. (2007). Optimal non-periodic inspection for a multivariate degradation model. RELIAB ENG SYST SAFE, 94(1), pp. 33–43. doi:10.1016/j.ress.2007.03.015.
  7. Newby, M.J. and Thomas, P., (2006). BSE a decade on. MEAS CONTROL-UK, 39(9), pp. 277–281.
  8. Newby, M.J. and Barker, C.T. (2006). A bivariate process model for maintenance and inspection planning. International Journal of Piping and Pressure Vessels, 83, pp. 270–285. doi:10.1016/j.ijpvp.2006.02.009.
  9. Newby, M.J. and Oussalla, M. (2004). Combination of qualitative and quantitative sources of knowledge for risk assessment in the framework of possibility theory. International Journal of General Systems, 33(2-3), pp. 131–151. doi:10.1080/03081070310001633509.
  10. Newby, M.J. and Dagg, R. (2004). Optimal Inspection and Perfect Repair. IMA Journal of Management Mathematics, 15, pp. 175–192. doi:10.1093/imaman/15.2.175.
  11. Oussalah, M. and Newby, M. (2003). Analysis of serial-parallel systems in the framework of fuzzy/possibility approach. Part I. Appraisal: case of independent components. RELIAB ENG SYST SAFE, 79(3), pp. 353–368.
  12. Newby, M.J., Thomas, P.J. and Zwissler, R. (2003). New Predictions for vCJD Numbers. British Food Journal, 105(7), pp. 420–433.
  13. Newby, M.J. and Dagg, R. (2003). Optimal Inspection and Maintenance for Stochastically Deteriorating Systems: II Discounted Cost Criterion. Journal of the Indian Statistical Association, 41(12-13), pp. 9–27.
  14. Newby, M.J. and Dagg, R. (2002). Optimal Inspection and Maintenance for Stochastically Deteriorating Systems: I Average Cost Criteria. Journal of the Indian Statistical Association, 40(2), pp. 169–198.
  15. Newby, M. (1999). Moments and generating functions for the absorption distribution and its negative binomial analogue. COMMUNICATIONS IN STATISTICS-THEORY AND METHODS, 28(12), pp. 2935–2945. doi:10.1080/03610929908832458.
  16. Newby, M.J. and Thomas, P.J. (1999). Estimating the size of the vCJD outbreak. British Food Journal, 101(1) .
  17. Newby, M.J. and Thomas, P.J. (1999). Reply to Ferguson, Donnelly, Ghani & Anderson. British Food Journal, 101(2) .
  18. Thomas, P.J. and Newby, M. (1999). Reply to 'Predicting the size of the epidemic of the new variant of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease' by Neil Ferguson, Christl A. Donnelly, Azra C. Ghani and Roy M. Anderson. British Food Journal: an international multi-disciplinary journal for the dissemination of food-related research, 101(4), pp. 284–288.
  19. Newby, M.J. and Dagg, R. (1998). Optimal Age replacement with Imperfect Inspection and Repair. IMA Journal of Mathematics Applied in Business and Industry, 9(3) .
  20. Phillips, L., Lindley, D.V., Longford, N.T., Newby, M.J., Smith, T.M.F., Barnard, G.A., Cox, D.R., Leonard, T., Abdullah, S., Garthwaite, P., Abrams, K.R., Dunn, J.A., Black, P.K., Blyth, S., Brown, P.J., Dickey, J.M., Flournoy, N. and Smith, J.Q. (1998). Discussion on the papers on 'Elicitation'. JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY SERIES D-THE STATISTICIAN, 47(1), pp. 55–68.
  21. Newby, M. (1998). Analysing crack growth. PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART G-JOURNAL OF AEROSPACE ENGINEERING, 212(G3), pp. 157–166. doi:10.1243/0954410981532225.
  22. Coolen, F.P.A. and Newby, M.J. (1997). Guidelines for corrective replacement based on low stochastic structure assumptions. Quality and Reliability Engineering International, 13(4), pp. 177–182.
  23. NEWBY, M. (1994). WHY NO ADDITIVE HAZARDS MODELS. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON RELIABILITY, 43(3), pp. 484–488. doi:10.1109/24.326450.
  24. NEWBY, M. (1994). PERSPECTIVE ON WEIBULL PROPORTIONAL-HAZARDS MODELS. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON RELIABILITY, 43(2), pp. 217–223. doi:10.1109/24.294993.
  25. Coolen, F.P.A. and Newby, M.J. (1994). Bayesian estimation of location parameters in life distributions. Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 45(3), pp. 293–298. doi:10.1016/0951-8320(94)90146-5.
  26. Coolen, F.P.A. and Newby, M.J. (1994). Bayesian reliability analysis with imprecise prior probabilities. Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 43(1), pp. 75–85. doi:10.1016/0951-8320(94)90096-5.
  27. Newby, M.J. (1993). A critical look at some point process models for repairable systems. IMA Journal of Mathematics Applied in Business and Industry, 4, pp. 375–394.
  28. Coolen, F.P.A., Mertens, P.R. and Newby, M.J. (1992). A Bayes-competing risk model for the use of expert judgment in reliability estimation. Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 35(1), pp. 23–30. doi:10.1016/0951-8320(92)90018-G.
  29. NEWBY, M. (1991). ESTIMATION OF PARIS-ERDOGAN LAW PARAMETERS AND THE INFLUENCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL-FACTORS ON CRACK-GROWTH. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FATIGUE, 13(4), pp. 291–301. doi:10.1016/0142-1123(91)90356-4.
  30. Newby, M.J., Al Ayoubi, I.D. and Bunday, B.D. (1991). Likelihood and Bayesian Estimation Methods for Poisson Process Models in Software reliability. International Journal of Quality and Reliability Management, 8(2), p. 34.
  31. NEWBY, M. (1990). LIKELIHOOD METHODS AND THE ANALYSIS OF FATIGUE CRACK-GROWTH. ENGINEERING FRACTURE MECHANICS, 37(3), pp. 701–705. doi:10.1016/0013-7944(90)90395-W.
  32. Newby, M.J., Al Ayoubi, I.D. and Bunday, B.D. (1990). Likelihood and Bayesian Estimation Methods for Poisson Process Models in Software reliability. International Journal of Quality and Reliability Management, 7(5), pp. 9–18.
  33. Abouammoh, A.M. and Newby, M.J. (1989). On partial ordering and tests of the generalized new better than used class of life distributions. Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 25(3), pp. 207–217. doi:10.1016/0951-8320(89)90094-X.
  34. NEWBY, M. (1988). ACCELERATED FAILURE TIME MODELS FOR RELIABILITY DATA-ANALYSIS. RELIAB ENG SYST SAFE, 21(3), pp. 187–197.
  35. NEWBY, M. (1987). FATIGUE CRACK-GROWTH MODELS - COMMENTS. RELIABILITY ENGINEERING & SYSTEM SAFETY, 18(1), pp. 57–60. doi:10.1016/0143-8174(87)90053-9.
  36. Newby, M.J. (1987). Failure Models and Data Analysis Based on Aging Properties. International Journal of Quality and Reliability Management, 4(3), pp. 36–46.
  37. Newby, M.J. (1987). Comments on Fatigue Crack Growth Models. Reliability Engineering, 8(9), pp. 57–60.
  38. Newby, M.J. (1987). Markov models for fatigue crack growth. Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 27(4), pp. 477–482. doi:10.1016/0013-7944(87)90179-2.
  39. NEWBY, M. (1986). APPLICATIONS OF CONCEPTS OF AGING IN RELIABILITY DATA-ANALYSIS. RELIABILITY ENGINEERING & SYSTEM SAFETY, 14(4), pp. 291–308. doi:10.1016/0143-8174(86)90063-6.
  40. NEWBY, M. (1985). A FURTHER NOTE ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF STRIKE DURATION. JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY SERIES A-STATISTICS IN SOCIETY, 148, pp. 350–356. doi:10.2307/2981895.
  41. BURNS, A., NEWBY, M. and WINTERTON, J. (1985). THE RESTRUCTURING OF THE BRITISH COAL INDUSTRY. CAMBRIDGE JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS, 9(1), pp. 93–110.
  42. NEWBY, M. (1985). COALS CONTRIBUTION TO UK SELF-SUFFICIENCY - TURNER,L. INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS, 61(2), pp. 288–289. doi:10.2307/2617488.
  43. NEWBY, M. (1984). PROPERTIES OF MOMENT ESTIMATORS FOR THE 3-PARAMETER WEIBULL DISTRIBUTION. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON RELIABILITY, 33(2), pp. 192–195.
  44. NEWBY, M. and WINTERTON, J. (1983). THE DURATION OF INDUSTRIAL STOPPAGES. JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL STATISTICAL SOCIETY SERIES A-STATISTICS IN SOCIETY, 146, pp. 62–70. doi:10.2307/2981488.
  45. Newby, M.J. (1983). The Distribution of Strike Duration. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society,Series A, 146(PART 1), pp. 62–70.
  46. Newby, M.J., Winterton, J.C., Burns, A. and Feickert, D. (1983). The Miners and New Technology. Industrial Relations Journal, 14(4), pp. 7–20.
  47. Newby, M.J. and Betts, J. (1983). A statistical model of the failure or motorway lamps. Reliability Engineering, 5(4), pp. 217–222. doi:10.1016/0143-8174(83)90042-2.
  48. NEWBY, M. (1982). CORRECTION. TECHNOMETRICS, 24(1), pp. 90–90.
  49. NEWBY, M.J. (1981). A SIMPLE METHOD FOR GENERATING SAMPLES FROM THE BETA-DENSITY. JOURNAL OF THE OPERATIONAL RESEARCH SOCIETY, 32(10), pp. 945–947.
  50. NEWBY, M.J. (1980). THE PROPERTIES OF MOMENT ESTIMATORS FOR THE WEIBULL DISTRIBUTION BASED ON THE SAMPLE COEFFICIENT OF VARIATION. TECHNOMETRICS, 22(2), pp. 187–194. doi:10.2307/1268457.
  51. Newby, M.J. (1979). A Note on the Simulation of Order Statistics from Life Distributions. Applied Statistics, 28(PART 3), pp. 298–300.

Reports (19)

  1. Newby, M.J., Douglas, M., Thomas, A. and Tsachouridis, V. (2006). review and evaluation..
  2. Newby, M.J., Douglas, M., Thomas, A. and Tsachouridis, V. (2006). Rolls-Royce – Final report..
  3. Newby, M.J., Douglas, M., Thomas, A. and Tsachouridis, V. (2006). Rolls-Royce Software: Design for Reliability Workbench..
  4. Newby, M.J. and Tsachouridis, V. (2005). modelling techniques..
  5. Thomas, P.J. and Newby, M. (2003). Experience with statistical prediction of vCJD numbers..
  6. Newby, M.J., Halikias, G., Karcanias, N. and Khan, S. (2000). Train Dynamics Research: Modelling Requirements For Global Train Accident/Collision Dynamics..
  7. Newby, M.J. (1999). Modelling the Inspection of Torpedoes..
  8. Newby, M.J. (1998). Development Areas for Reliability Modelling..
  9. Newby, M.J. and Thomas, P.J. (1998). Estimating the size of the outbreak of new-variant CJD from incoming data..
  10. Newby, M.J. and Coolen, F.P.A. (1997). Guidelines for Corrective Replacement Based on Low Stochastic Structure Assumptions..
  11. Newby, M.J. (1997). Approximations for the Absorption distribution and Its Negative Binomial Analogue..
  12. Newby, M.J. and Dagg, R. (1997). Optimal Age replacement with Imperfect Inspection and Repair..
  13. Newby, M.J. and Coolen, F.P.A. (1991). Kwantitieve Methoden..
  14. Newby, M.J. (1986). Some Results on Estimation for Shape, Scale and Location Parameter Families of Distributions. School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Bradford.
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