Dr. Sayang  Mohd Deni
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Dr. Sayang Mohd Deni

Associate Professor
Universiti Teknologi Mara, Malaysia


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Statistics from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia

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Biography

Dr. Sayang Mohd Deni is currently working as Associate Professor at Universiti Teknologi Mara, Malaysia. She has completed her Ph.D. in Statistics from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Selangor, Malaysia. Her field of specialization includes Statistical Modeling, Environmental Statistics, Computational Statistics and Applied Statistics. She is member of IEEE, American Statistical Association (ASA), Malaysian Mathematical Science Society (PERSAMA), Institute of Statistics Malaysia (ISM), and graduate member of Institute of Mathematics and Its Application (IMA). Dr. Sayang Mohd Deni received honors includes full PhD Scholarship Award from Universiti Teknologi MARA, Excellent Services Award, and Outstanding Performance Award during final year BSc. She is also serving as editor and reviewer for many journals. She has published 2 books, 27 research articles in journals, and 23conference proceedings contributed as author/co-author. She also received number of research grants for her research work. She is also supervising many master and PhD students.

Area of Interest:

Statistics
100%
Environmental Statistics
62%
Computational Statistics
90%
Statistical Modeling
75%
Applied Statistics
55%

Research Publications in Numbers

Books
0
Chapters
0
Articles
0
Abstracts
0

Selected Publications

  1. Burhanuddin, S.N.A., M.D. Sayang and M.R. Norazan, 2017. Normal ratio in multiple imputation method based on bootstrapped sample for rainfall data with missingness. Int. J. Geomate, 13: 131-137.
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  2. Burhanuddin, S.N.A., M.D. Sayang and M.R. Norazan, 2016. Revised normal ratio methods for imputation of missing rainfall data. Sci. Res. J., 13: 83-98.
  3. Shaadan, N., M.D. Sayang and J. Abdul Aziz, 2015. Application of functional data analysis for the treatment of missing air quality data. Sains Malaysiana, 44: 1531-1540.
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  4. Shaadan, N., A.A. Jemain, M.T. Latif and S.M. Deni, 2015. Anomaly detection and assessment of PM10 functional data at several locations in the Klang Valley Malaysia. Atmospheric Pollut. Res., 6: 365-375.
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  5. Muhamad, M., A. Zia Ul-Saufie and S.M. Deni, 2015. Three days ahead prediction of daily 12 hour ozone (O3) concentrations for urban area in Malaysia. J. Environ. Sci. Technol., 8: 102-112.
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  6. Mazlan, N., N.A. Rahman and S.M. Deni, 2015. Comparison of missing value imputation methods for Malaysian hourly rainfall data. Int. J. Appl. Math. Stat., 53: 209-215.
  7. Shaadan, N., A.A. Jemain and S.M. Deni, 2014. Reducing autocorrelation effect in the control chart for PM10 curves. Int. J. Math. Computational Sci., 1: 1-5.
  8. Ahmad, N.H., I.R. Othman and S.M. Deni, 2013. Hierarchical cluster approach for regionalization of peninsular Malaysia based on the precipitation amount. J. Phys. Conf. Ser., Vol. 423. 10.1088/1742-6596/423/1/012018.
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  9. Ahmad, N.H. and S.M. Deni, 2013. Homogeneity test for Malaysian daily rainfall series. Matematika, 29: 141-150.
  10. Shaadan, N., S.M. Deni and A.A. Jemain, 2012. Comparing the severity of PM10 using functional descriptive statistics: A case study in Klang Valley. J. Statist. Modeling Analyt., 3: 1-10.
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  11. Shaadan, N., S.M. Deni and A.A. Jemain, 2012. Assessing and comparing PM10 pollutant behaviour using functional data approach. Sains Malaysiana, 41: 1335-1344.
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  12. Mahmud, N., A.A. Jemain and S.M. Deni, 2011. Probability models to describe the distribution of weekly dry and wet spells in Sabah and Sarawak. J. Statist. Modeling Analyt., 2: 34-44.
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  13. Wan Zin, W.Z., J. Suhaila, S.M. Deni and A.A. Jemain, 2010. Recent changes in extreme rainfall events in Peninsular Malaysia: 1971-2005. Theoretical Applied Climatol., 99: 303-314.
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  14. Suhaila, J., S.M. Deni, W.Z.W. Zin and A.A. Jemain, 2010. Spatial patterns and trends of daily rainfall regime in Peninsular Malaysia during the southwest and northeast monsoons: 1975-2004. Meteorol. Atmos. Phys., 110: 1-18.
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  15. Suhaila, J., S.M. Deni, W.Z. Wan Zin and A.A. Jemain, 2010. Trends in Peninsular Malaysia rainfall data during the Southwest monsoon and Northeast monsoon seasons: 1975-2004. Sains Malaysiana, 39: 533-542.
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  16. Deni, S.M., J. Suhaila, W.Z. Wan Zin and A.A. Jemain, 2010. Spatial trends of dry spells over Peninsular Malaysia during monsoon seasons. Theoretical Applied Climatol., 99: 357-372.
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  17. Deni, S.M., A.A. Jemain and K. Ibrahim, 2010. The best probability models for dry and wet spells in Peninsular Malaysia during monsoon seasons. Int. J. Climatol., 30: 1194-1205.
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  18. Wan Zin, W.Z., A.A. Jemain, K. Ibrahim, J. Suhaila and S.M. Deni, 2009. A comparative study of extreme rainfall in Peninsular Malaysia: With reference to partial duration and annual extreme series. Sains Malaysiana, 38: 751-760.
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  19. Deni, S.M., J. Suhaila, W.Z. Wan Zin and A.A. Jemain, 2009. Trends of wet spells over Peninsular Malaysia during monsoon seasons. Sains Malaysiana, 38: 133-142.
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  20. Deni, S.M., A.A. Jemain and K. Ibrahim, 2009. Mixed probability models for dry and wet spells. Statist. Methodol., 6: 290-303.
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  21. Deni, S.M., A.A. Jemain and K. Ibrahim, 2009. Fitting optimum order of Markov chain models for daily rainfall occurrences in Peninsular Malaysia. Theor. Applied Climatol., 97: 109-121.
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  22. Deni, S.M. and A.A. Jemain, 2009. Mixed log series geometric distribution for sequences of dry days. Atmospheric Res., 92: 236-243.
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  23. Deni, S.M. and A.A. Jemain, 2009. Fitting the distribution of dry and wet spells with alternative probability models. Meteorol. Atmos. Phys., 104: 13-27.
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  24. Suhaila, J., S.M. Deni and A.A. Jemain, 2008. Revised spatial weighting methods for estimation of missing rainfall data. Asia-Pacific J. Atmos. Sci., 44: 93-104.
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  25. Suhaila, J., S.M. Deni and A.A. Jemain, 2008. Detecting inhomogeneity of rainfall series in Peninsular Malaysia. Asia-Pacific J. Atmospheric Sci., 44: 368-380..
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  26. Deni, S.M., S. Jamaludin, W.Z.W. Zin and A.A. Jemain, 2008. Tracing trends in the sequences of dry and wet days over peninsular Malaysia. J. Environ. Sci. Technol., 1: 97-110.
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  27. Deni, S.M., J. Suhaila and A.A. Jemain, 2008. Probability models for wet spells in Peninsular Malaysia during the periods of 1940s-1976 and 1977-2004. J. Qual. Measurement Anal., 4: 167-178.
  28. Deni, S.M., A.A. Jemain and K. Ibrahim, 2008. The spatial distribution of wet and dry spells over Peninsular Malaysia. Theor. Applied Climatol., 94: 163-174.
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  29. Deni, S.M. and A.A. Jemain, 2008. Probability models for dry spells in Peninsular Malaysia. Asia-Pacific J. Atmospheric Sci., 44: 37-47.
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  30. Deni, S.M. and A.A. Jemain, 2008. Mixed geometric truncated Poisson model for sequences of wet days. J. Applied Sci., 8: 3975-3980.
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