. | Foreword | 5-5 |

M. Arató A. Benczúr A. Krámli | On the solution of optimal performance of page storage hierarchies with an independent reference string | 9-15 |

J. Baksalary R. Kala | A note on Ahlers and Lewis' representation of the best linear unbiases estimator in the general Gauss-Markoff model | 17-21 |

R. Bartoszyński Z. Govindarajlu | A note on the secretary problem | 23-28 |

R. Bartoszyński E. Pleszczyńska | Reducibility of statistical structures and decision problems | 29-38 |

B. Bednarek-Kozek A. Kozek | Stability, sensitivity and sensitivity of characterizations | 39-64 |

H. Bergström | On weak convergence of sequences of measures | 65-72 |

L. Boneva | Seriation with applications in philology | 73-82 |

L. Corsten | Use of matrix approximation in statistics | 83-84 |

N. Čencov | On basic concepts of mathematical statistics | 85-94 |

H. Drygas | Hsu's theorem in variance component modesl | 95-107 |

V. Dupač | On the dynamic stochastic approximation (Abstract) | 109-110 |

A. Engelbert H. Engelbert | On a generalization of a theorem of W. Sudderth and some applications | 111-120 |

H. Engelbert A. Shiryaev | On absolute continuity and singularity of probability measures | 121-132 |

H. Girlich | On Markovian decision processes with ungounded rewards | 133-139 |

B. Gyires | Weak convergence of linear rank statistics | 141-149 |

H. Heckendorff | Sequential statistical structures | 151-158 |

S. Holm | On multiple test procedures | 159-168 |

J. Jurečková | Robust estimation in a linear regression model | 169-174 |

A. Kłopotowski | A remark on the conditioning in limit theorems for dependent random vector in Rd | 175-177 |

E. Khmaladze E. Parsadanishvily | Rank tests for the hypotheses concerning unidentifiable objects | 179-182 |

J. Koronacki | A note on confidence intervals for the Kiefer-Wolfowitz problem | 183-187 |

E. Pleszczyńska T. Kowalczyk A. Matuszewski A. Nalbach-Leniewska | On concepts and measures of bivariate stochastic dependence | 189-195 |

K. Krickeberg | Statistical problems on point processes | 197-223 |

T. Ledwina | On the admissibility of tests for discrete exponential families | 225-228 |

J. Lee P. Krishnalah | On the asymptotic distributions of certain functional of eigenvalues of correlation matrices | 229-237 |

E. Lyttkens | The conditional distribution of randon errors for given observed values with applicatin to factor analysis | 239-243 |

A. Novikov | Recursive interpolation of partially observable random fields | 245-247 |

R. Pincus | Monotonicity properties of statistical procedures for an increasing number of observations or a decreasing number of parameters, especially Anova procedures | 249-255 |

E. Platen | About secretary problems | 257-266 |

M. Puri N. Rajaram | Asymptotic normality and convergence rates of linear rank statistics under alternatives | 267-277 |

G. Roussas | On some asymptotic results in statistics by way of contiguity | 279-280 |

K. Sarkadi | Testing for normality | 281-287 |

J. Soler | Some results for the quadratic analysis of Gaussian processes and applications | 289-302 |

E. Spiøtvoll | A simple technique for proving unbiasedness of tests and confidence regions | 303-308 |

J. Srivastava | Some basic results on search linear models with nuisance parameters | 309-314 |

E. Torgersen | Deviations from total information and from total ignorance as measures of information | 315-322 |

I. Vincze | On the Cramér-Rao inequality and on a new version of the chi-square statistic | 323-324 |

W. Winkler | Sequential estimation in processes with independent increments | 325-332 |

H. Wold | Soft modelling: intermediate between traditional model building and data analysis | 333-346 |

W. Wolf | Some remarks on large deviations for weighted sums if Cramér's condition is not satisfied | 347-352 |

R. Zieliński | Robustness: a quantitative approach | 353-354 |

R. Zmyślony | Completeness for a family of normal distributions | 355-357 |

V. Zolotarev | Statistical estimates of the parameters of stable laws | 359-376 |