Dr. R.  Marimuthu Palanivel

Dr. R. Marimuthu Palanivel

Assistant Professor
University of Dammam, Saudi Arabia


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Statistics from Annamalai University, Tamil Nadu, India

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Biography

Dr. R. Marimuthu Palanivel obtained his Ph.D. in Statistics from Annamalai University, Tamil Nadu, India. Currently he is working at Department of Deanship of Quality and Academic Accretions University Dammam, Dammam, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. His area of research interest related to Stochastic Modeling, Design of experiment, Bio-statistics and Survival Analysis. He has published 14 research articles in journals, 2 papers in proceedings and 1 book contributed as author/co-author. He was received first prize in the quiz program organized by faculty of science, Annamalai University on the National Science Day. He also attended number of seminars, workshops, and symposia.

Area of Interest:

Statistics
100%
Social Sciences
62%
Stochastic Modeling
90%
Biostatistics
75%
Survival Analyses
55%

Education

2013

Ph.D.

Annamalai University, Tamil Nadu, India

Statistics

Selected Publications

  1. Palanivel, R.M., 2016. A Study on Some Stochastic Models for HIV Infection and AIDS. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany, ISBN-13: 978-3-659-83118-8, Pages: 124.

  2. Pandiyan, P., S. Chandrabose, Manikandan and R.M. Palanivel, 2015. A stochastic model for HIV patients using three source of transmission. Int. J. Biol. Biomed. Sci., 4: 47-48.

  3. Palanivel, R.M., R. Vinoth and G. Parameshwari, 2015. Seroconversion of HIV infected with correlated intercontact times and antigenic diversity threshold with scbz property. Int. J. Multidisciplin. Res. Dev., 2: 548-553.
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  4. Palanivel, R.M., P. Pandiyan and R. Sivasamy, 2014. Modeling a three state nonhomogeneous process with application to disease states of the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS). Math. Biosci., (In Press). .

  5. Palanivel, R.M., P. Pandiyan and R. Sathiyamoorthi, 2014. Estimation of expected time to seroconversion of HIV infected with correlated intercontact times and antigenic diversity threshold with SCBZ property. Adv. Applied Math. Biosci., (In Press). .

  6. Loganathan, A., R. Vinoth, R.M. Palanivel, K. Kannadasan and P. Pandiyan, 2014. Inference on HIV affected people through shock model approach. Int. J. Pharmaceut. Sci. Bus. Manage., 2: 15-22.
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  7. Pandiyan, P., M. Thirunaukkarasu, R. Vinoth, R.M. Palanivel and K. Kannadasan, 2012. Predicting the threshold in an organization on max (Y1, Y2, Y3, Y4) through grade system. Int. J. Math. Arch., 3: 1342-1346.
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  8. Palanivel, R.M., P. Pandiyan and R. Sathiyamoorthi, 2012. Estimation of expected time for antigenic diversity to cross the threshold in HIV infection. Adv. Applied Math. Biosci., 3: 11-16.
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  9. Palanivel, R.M., P. Pandiyan and R. Sathiyamoorthi, 2012. Determination of expected time to seroconversion when the antigenic diversity threshold follows order statistic. Int. J. Statistika Mathematika, 3: 50-54.
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  10. Vinoth, R., P. Pandiyan and R.M. Palanivel, 2011. Time to Attain Threshold Level through Multisource of HIV Transmission: Shock Model Approach through Stochastic Process. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany, ISBN-13: 978-3846542132, Pages: 72.

  11. Pandiyan, P., R.M. Palnivel, K. Kannadasan and R. Vinoth, 2011. An (s, S) inventory system with Bernoulli disaster. Int. J. Math. Arch., 2: 2762-2767.
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  12. Pandiyan, P., R.M. Palanivel, K. Kannadasan and R. Vinoth, 2011. Simple computational methods for the analysis of (S, S) type inventory models. J. Curr. Res., 3: 60-67.
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  13. Pandiyan, P., R. Agasthiya, R.M. Palanivel, K. Kannadasan and R. Vinoth, 2011. Expected time to attain the threshold level using multisource of HIV transmission-shock model approach. J. PharmTech Res., 3: 1088-1096.
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  14. Palanivel, R.M., P. Pandiyan and R. Sathiyamoorthi, 2011. A stochastic model to estimate the expected time to seroconversion of HIV infected. Bio Sci. Res. Bull., 27: 35-45.
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  15. Pandiyan, P., R.M. Palanivel and R. Sivasamy, 2010. A single commodity inventory model with a general policy. J. Curr. Res., 4: 113-116.
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  16. Palanivel, R.M., P. Pandiyan and R. Sathiyamoorthi, 2010. A stochastic model to estimate expected time to seroconversion of HIV infected when the antigenic diversity threshold has three segments. Ultra Scientist, 22: 803-814.

  17. Palanivel, R.M., P. Pandiyan and R. Sathiyamoorthi, 2009. A stochastic model to estimate the expected time to seroconversion-threshold as sum of two components. J. Recent Res. Sci. Technol., 1: 151-154.
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