Department of Statistics Colloquium Series
Note: All colloquia will be held at 4:00pm in LeConte 210B unless
otherwise noted. Refreshments are served at 3:30pm in LeConte 213.
- January 14:
Huynh Huynh , College of Education,
University of South Carolina.
"Bayesian Considerations in Some Assessment
- February 4: Jian-Jian Ren, Department of Mathematics, Tulane
University, New Orleans. "Empirical Likelihood Ratio Confidence Intervals for Mean
with Censored Data"
- February 11: Steve Morgan
, Department of Chemistry, University of South Carolina.
"Multivariate Calibration and Pattern
Recognition: Applications in Forensic Analytical Chemistry."
- February 25: Honggie Kim, Chon Buk National University,
Approximation to the Mean Time to Overflow in Finite Queuing System."
- March 4:R.Webster West and R. Todd Ogden, Department of Statistics, University of South
Carolina. "Computing with WebStat"
- March 25: Dan
Naiman, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland. "Abstract Tubes, Inclusion-Exclusion Inequalities, and
- April 1: Ted Moore, Finance Department, University of South
Carolina. "Stochastic Processes, It's Lemma and Wall Street."
- April 9: Dale
Zimmerman, Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science, University
of Iowa."Structured Antedependence Models For
Please note: This will be at the Swearingen Engineering
Center; he is a guest speaker at the SCASA Chapter
- April 15:
Emanuel Parzen, Texas A&M University. "Polymath Data
Analysis, Simulation, Goodness Of Fit, and Conditional Quantile
- April 22: Brad Efron, Department of Statistics, Stanford
University. "Shakespeare and the Case of the Suspicious
Statisticians."He is the 1999 College of Science & Mathematics Lecturer.
His presentation will be in PSC Rm. 210 at
Fall 1998 Colloquium Series
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