Md. Moyazzem Hossain

Md. Moyazzem Hossain
Jahangirnagar University · Department of Statistics

B.Sc (Hons.). MS (Statistics). MPhil (Statistics). PhD (Ongoing-Newcasle University @UK)

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Introduction
Md. Moyazzem Hossain is an applied statistician and data scientist with expertise in both developing and applying recent methodologies, models, and technologies. Currently, Hossain working as a faculty of Statistics at Jahangirnagar University, Bangladesh. In addition to teaching, Hossain enjoys research activities. Hossain is interested in collaborative and interdisciplinary research. Website: https://juniv.edu/teachers/hossainmm ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3593-6936
Additional affiliations
November 2017 - present
Jahangirnagar University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
September 2014 - November 2017
Jahangirnagar University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
March 2012 - September 2014
Islamic University (Bangladesh)
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
December 2019 - December 2019
University of Cambridge
Field of study
  • APTS Training (Statistical Inference, Statistical Computing)
July 2008 - June 2012
Jahangirnagar University
Field of study
  • Statistics
July 2003 - June 2004
Jahangirnagar University
Field of study
  • Statistics

Publications

Publications (138)
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e extended neoteric ranked set sampling (ENRSS) plan proposed by Taconeli and Cabral has proven to outperform many one stages and two stages ranked set sampling plans when estimating the mean and the variance for different populations. ,erefore, in this paper, the likelihood function based on ENRSS is proposed and used for estimation of the paramet...
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We propose a trigonometric generalizer/generator of distributions utilizing the quantile function of modified standard Cauchy distribution and construct a logistic-based new G-class disbursing cotangent function. Significant mathematical characteristics and special models are derived. New mathematical transformations and extended models are also pr...
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Background: Dengue is an alarming public health concern in terms of its preventive and curative measures among people in Bangladesh; moreover, its sudden outbreak created a lot of suffering among people in 2018. Considering the greater burden of disease in larger epidemic years and the difficulty in understanding current and future needs, it is hi...
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This paper explores the optimal censoring schemes from models with U-shaped hazard rates (USHRs) using Bayesian methods. Topp-Leone (TL) distribution has been considered as a special case. We have used conventional and fuzzy priors for the estimation. Further, the symmetric and asymmetric loss functions have been considered for the estimation. Sinc...
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This study aims to assess the determinants of age at first marriage of women in rural and urban areas of Bangladesh. The multiple linear regression (MLR) and quantile regression (QR) were employed for analyzing the secondary datasets collected from the 2006, 2012–2013, and 2019 Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS). The study reveals that the p...
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A new class of bivariate distributions is deduced by specifying its conditional hazard functions (hfs) which are Kumaraswamy distribution. The interest of this model is positively, negatively, or zero correlated. Properties and local measures of dependence of the bivariate Kumaraswamy conditional hazard (BKCH) distribution are studied. The estimati...
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Fuzzy graph theory was invented by Rosenfeld. It is the extension of the work of L.A. Zadeh on fuzzy sets. Rosenfeld extracted the fuzzy-related concepts using the graph theoretic concepts. Topological indices for crisp theory have already been discussed in the literature but these days, topological index-related fuzzy graphs are much popular. Fuzz...
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Background and Aims: Anxiety and depression, as well as stress, are well‐known problems observed across the world, particularly among students. This study intends to identify the level of anxiety, depression, and stress among university students and determine its association with their sociodemographic characteristics. Methods: The primary data wer...
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Background Although efforts have been made by the international community to improve childhood health, risk factors linked with the healthiness of preschool-age children in low and middle-income countries (LMICs) are very diverse. Therefore, this paper examines the prevalence and determinants of fever, acute respiratory infection and diarrhea of pr...
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Background Bangladesh is a South Asian developing country trying to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)-3 and the objective of the Rural Electrification Board (REB) regarding child mortality. Infectious diseases are leading causes of child mortality, and lack of exclusive breastfeeding (EBF) among infants aged 0–6 months increases child...
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Introduction Child marriage is a significant social and health concern in many low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). This harmful practice violates children’s rights and continues to be widespread across developing nations like Bangladesh. This study investigated the mortality trend among Bangladeshi children and the impact of child marriage on...
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Aim: Child malnutrition is also associated with higher morbidity and mortality incidence. Therefore, it is imperative to have knowledge of its correlates and determinants. The objective of this paper is to examine the association between demographic and socioeconomic factors and child nutritional status in Bangladesh. Subject and Methods: A second...
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Background Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a global public health concern, with women in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) bearing a disproportionately high burden. This study investigates the prevalence and factors correlated with attitudes regarding wife-beating among Bangladeshi women in urban–rural contexts. Methods A sample of 13,03...
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This article proposes a novel class of bivariate distributions that are completely defined by stating their conditionals as Poisson exponential distributions. Numerous statistical properties of this distribution are also examined here, including the conditional probability mass function (PMF) and moments of the new class. The techniques of maximum...
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This study examines the efficiency of potato farming at the farm level in Bangladesh by estimating technical (TE), allocative (AE), and economic efficiencies (EE) using farm-level cross-sectional survey data from purposively selected six districts: Brahmanbaria, Dinajpur, Joypurhat, Munshigonj, Narsingdi, and Rangpur. This study uses Cobb-Douglas S...
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Text analytics are well-known in the modern era for extracting information and patterns from text. However, no study has attempted to illustrate the pattern and priorities of newspaper headlines in Bangladesh using a combination of text analytics techniques. The purpose of this paper is to examine the pattern of words that appeared on the front pag...
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Background Nowadays, the youth are more engaging with their more advanced smartphones having high-quality graphics and gaming features. However, existing literature depicts that adolescents suffer from several forms of psychological problems including mental health, depression, loneliness, insomnia and low self-control due to mobile game addiction...
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Background Vaccination has important consequences for childhood development, mortality, and inequalities in health and well-being. This research explores the trend of vaccinations coverage from 1993 to 2014 and determines the significant factors for vaccinations coverage in Bangladesh, considering geospatial, socioeconomic, and demographic characte...
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Background: Vitamin A supplementation reduces child morbidity, mortality, and blindness of people, especially in developing countries like Bangladesh. This study explores significant determinants of vitamin A deficiency among preschool children in rural and urban areas of Bangladesh. Methods: The data set was extracted from a nationally representat...
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Introduction Social mobility is considered as an important indicator of the economic development of a country. However, it varies widely across geographical regions and social groups in developing countries like Bangladesh. This paper intends to evaluate the intergenerational mobility in Bangladesh across generations. Methods and materials This pap...
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S1 Table. State transition probability matrices for rural and urban areas.
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Background: With the insurgence of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people died in the past several months, and the situation is ongoing with increasing health, social, and economic panic and vulnerability. As most of the countries relying on different preventive actions to control the outcomes of COVID-19, it is necessary to boost the knowledge about...
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At present Bangladesh is well-known as a great cricket playing country based on some better performance in recent years. The game of cricket is spreading in every corner of Bangladesh day by day. The result of a cricket match depends on many factors such as venue, match time, toss, bat or field first, opponent, and so on. This paper investigates th...
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Stock price prediction is a popular research domain for its complex data structure and confounding factors. The use of Data science tools enormously increased along with the advancement of data mining and artificial intelligence tools. Classification is a famous machine learning tool with vast potential use in the stock market. However, predicting...
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Sea level change is one of the effects of the recent trend of climate change. A further rise in sea level is a threat to the existence of many people in Bangladesh. If the sea level rises by 45 centimetres, scientists expect a permanent loss of up to 15,600 square kilometres of the land of Bangladesh. Moreover, the sea level rising indirectly affec...
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Hantaviruses are an emerging zoonotic group of rodent-borne viruses that are having serious implications on global public health due to the increase in outbreaks. Since there is no permanent cure, there is increasing interest in developing a vaccine against the hantavirus. This research aimed to design a robust cross-protective subunit vaccine usin...
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Background and Objective: Insufficient sleep duration as well as quality is becoming endemic in our modern society. The time of going to bed and sleep quality and quantity are linked with students’ learning abilities and academic accomplishment. Therefore, this paper firstly opted to measure the level of sleep quality of the students of Jahangirnag...
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Modelling the dynamic dependent data by the linear approach is the most popular among the researchers because of its simplicity in calculation and approximation, however, in real-world phenomena, most of the time-dependent data follow the nonlinearity. Moreover, most of the nonlinear modelling of time-dependent data have found in the financial appl...
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Colistin is considered a last-resort reserved drug for the treatment of critical human infections by Gram-negative bacteria. Phenotypic colistin-resistance is strongly associated with plasmid-mediated mobile colistin resistance (mcr) genes. The mcr-bearing Enterobacteriaceae have been detected in many countries from environments, animals, and human...
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COVID-19 pandemic poses a significant mental health threat among children in Bangladesh. This study aims to explore the impact of COVID-19 on the mental health of children aged<15 years during the lockdown in Bangladesh. An online cross-sectional study was conducted from 25th April to 9th May 2020 among 384 parents having at least one child aged le...
Technical Report
An agglomeration and application of thirty-two technical indicators have done along with the candlestick chart to compare and contrast the indicators. Several R-packages have been used to extract and manipulate the data from the web. However, results identify the potentiality of Relative Strength Indicator (RSI), Bolinger-Band (BB), Parabolic Stop...
Technical Report
Different types of GRACH and VAR models, including SGARCH, VGARCH, EGARCH, TGARCH, SVAR, VECM, have applied to the extracted stock data along with the popular ARIMA model. Multivariate approaches have made with GRACH and VAR, where the intension was to forecast the univariate closing price. Finally, the comparison with observed data reveals the lat...
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Support Vector Machine (SVM) and Artificial Neural Network (ANN) with a single hidden layer have been used frequently in the last decades, where Long Short-Term Memory- Recurrent Neural Network Model (LSTM-RNN) have got the popularity in the last few years. However, this study aims to identify the best algorithm among SVM, LSTM-RNN, and ANNs. The f...
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Extreme gradient boosting is a recent advance in machine learning algorithms., where k-means clustering is popular from the last decades. Though both of them are mainly used for classification purposes, still, the prediction of the stock-market also illustrates by using these in literature. However, the latency of Extreme gradient boosting has noti...
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Quantile-regression has frequently used by the researcher in several fields. We work through the 6-lag value of fitted Arima data and go for the further quantile regression approach to predict the price. We work out only with 0.95 tau-value base prediction which implies that only lag-3 and lag-5 are significant in nature. Finally, the prediction ha...
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Background: The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is now in a horrific situation around the world. Prediction about the number of infected and death cases may help to take immediate action to prevent the epidemic as well as control the situation of a country. The ongoing debate about the climate factors may need more validation with more studies. The cl...
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With the insurgence of the COVID-19 pandemic, a large number of people died in the past several months, and the situation is ongoing with increasing health, social and economic panic and vulnerability. Due to the lack of drugs and prophylaxis against COVID-19, most of the countries are now relying on maintaining social distance as preventative acti...
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The number of ever born children is one of the main components of population dynamics that determine the size, structure, as well as the composition of a countries’ population. Children ever born refer to the number of children born alive to the person up to a specified reference date and served as a response variable here. A secondary dataset is u...
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The global temperature is increasing day by day. It is mostly because of the Greenhouse effect, using fossil fuels and others. It is potentially impacting on human population and another organism of the environment. The environment of Bangladesh, as well as the climatic conditions all over the world, are wildly affected due to increasing temperatur...
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Aim: This paper attempts to examine the attitude of female students towards skin whitening products. Method: Nowadays, due to the aggressive Internet and print media advertising, skin whitening products are growing. Therefore, for finding the attitude, knowledge, practice, and perception of the female students about skin whitening, a self-administ...
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To assess the prevalence, patterns and identify the determinants of contraceptive usage among married women in Bangladesh. This study considers a country representative 2014 BDHS dataset. The results reveal that 68.9 percent and 63.4 percent of married women aged between 15 and 49 use different contraceptive methods in urban and rural areas respect...
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Vitamin A supplementation reduces child morbidity, mortality, as well as blindness all over the world especially in developing countries like Bangladesh. The success of the national vitamin A program implemented by the government of Bangladesh in rural and urban areas have characterized by several socioeconomic and demographic factors. This study a...
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The number of ever born children is one of the main components of the population dynamics that determine the size, structure, as well as composition of a countries’ population. Children ever born refer to the number of children born alive to the person up to a specified reference date and served as a response variable here. A secondary dataset is u...
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Fast food consumption is an emerging trend among adolescents. College going adolescents are unduly prone to consume fast food which increases the risk of obesity in their future life. This study aimed to determine the prevalence of fast food consumption and to assess the association of fast food consumption with obesity among college going adolesce...
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Hantaviruses are a newly zoonotic emerging group of rodent-borne viruses that have a significant impact on global public health by increasing amplitude and magnitude of outbreaks. As no permanent cure yet, it is now growing and challenging interest to develop a vaccine against Hantavirus. This study endeavored to design a robust subunit vaccine usi...
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Earthquakes are one of the main natural hazards which seriously make threats the life and property of human beings. Different probability distributions of the earthquake magnitude levels in Bangladesh are fitted. In terms of graphical assessment and goodness-of-fit criterion, the log-normal distribution is found to be the best fit probability distr...
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The north-west region of Bangladesh is completely an agricultural region and prediction of precipitation labels is extremely important to people of this region as well as for the policymaker also. The assumptions free model like the CART model is very helpful to predict the precipitation categories of the north-west part of Bangladesh. The fitted C...
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In recent years, the trend of the global gold price has attracted a lot of attention and the price of gold has terrifying spike compared to historical trend. In this paper, an attempt has been made to develop a model for forecasting the gold price. The sample data of gold price (in USD per ounce) were taken from January, 1950 to January, 2018. This...
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Objective This paper attempts to explore the determinants that determine the mother’s age at first birth in Bangladesh by using a data set obtained from Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey (BDHS)-2014. Study design The sampling frame used for the 2014 BDHS is the complete list of enumeration areas (EAs) covering the whole country prepared by...
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The development in the fields of web, digital libraries, technical documentation, and medical data has made it easier to access a larger amount of a textual document. Owing to the increasing demands to obtain knowledge from a large number of textual documents accessible on the web, text mining is gaining significant importance. The aim of this pape...
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Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a global problem. Most UTI research focuses on gram-negative etiology. Enterobacteriaceae was found to be the most prevalent UTI infection constituting more than 80% of all the reported cases. The major gram-positive bacteria in UTI cases are Staphylococcus saprophyticus, Enterococcus faecalis, Streptococcus agalact...
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Wind speed is one the most important parameter of wind energy. However, the probability density functions (pdfs) are usually used to describe the characteristics of wind speed. In literature, several pdfs have been investigated to justify the suitability of modeling the wind speed in different regions all over the world. Therefore, the choice of th...
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The economy of Bangladesh mainly depends on agriculture in which rice is the leading crop. Rice is the principal food, imitated in the high per capita rice consumption in this country. Most of the people in Bangladesh fulfill the nutritional demand by rice. Over its long history, rice production of Bangladesh has gradually changed in terms of yield...
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In time series analysis, over-differencing is a common phenomenon to make the data to be stationary. However, it is not always a good idea to take over-differencing in order to ensure the stationarity of time series data. In this paper, the effect of over-differencing has been investigated via a simulation study to observe how far or how close the...
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As cell phone technology continues its rapid development, the device appears capable of contributing to student learning and improved academic performance. The recent rapid increase in cell phones has influenced multiple aspects of our daily lives, particularly those of Students. Therefore, the aim of the current study is to determine the influence...