Fall 2008 PHD Course

B9821-001: (PhD) Mathematical Methods

T Full Term - 09:15AM to 12:30PM

Location: URI 328

Instructor: Linda Green

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This course is designed to give students a comprehensive understanding of probabilistic concepts that are critical to data analysis and statistics.  Topics will include basic probability theory, general characteristics of random variables, particularly probability distributions that are frequently used in statistics, and elementary random (stochastic) processes.  The intent is to give students a rigorous framework for understanding randomness that will help them avoid common misperceptions in estimating probabilities of events and enable them to "think probabilistically."

 

 

 



Linda Green

Armand G. Erpf Professor of the Modern CorporationProfessor Green earned her doctorate in Operations Research from Yale University. Her research, which has focused on the development and application of mathematical models of service systems, has resulted in dozens of publications in the premier technical journals such as Operations Research and Management Science as well as prominent healthcare journals such as Health Services Research, Inquiry and Academic Emergency...

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