Statistics 

Statistics Seminars  Spring 2005
Supervised
and Unsupervised Learning with Microarray Data Dr.
Dawn Wilkins
Issues
& Challenges in genetic analysis of complex disorders Dr.
Hemant K Tiwari
Dr.
Ajit Sadana
Fall 2004Modeling and Prediction for Nonlinear Time Series Dr.
Jane L. Harvill Friday, November 12, 2004 in Hume Hall room 331 at 11:00am
Probelevel Correction in Analysis of Affymetrix Data Dr.
Fenghai Duan Friday, October 29, 2004 in Hume Hall room 331 at 12:00pm Dr.
J. Sunil Rao Friday, October 8, 2004 in Hume Hall room 331 at 11:00am On Being a Statistician in a Medical Center Environment Dr.
Warren May Friday, September 10, 2004 in Hume Hall room 331 at 11:00am Spring 2004Hierarchical
Bayesian Neural Networks: Prof.
Malay Ghosh Friday, March 26, 2004 in Hume Hall room 331 4:00pm CONSTRAINED INFERENCE IN STATISTICAL PRACTICE Prof.
Pranab K. Sen Friday, March 19, 2004 in Hume Hall room 331 4:00pm
Statistical
Methods for Analyzing Clustered Discrete Prof.
E. Olusegun George Friday, February 27, 2004 in Hume Hall room 331 11:00am
Statistics Seminars  Fall 2003
Estimating Survival Functions In KoziolGreen Models Dr.
Haimeng Zhang Time
and Location TBA Impact of Censoring in Survival Analysis Dr.
Kumar Srivastava Robustness of Small Sample Size Reestimation Procedures Professor
Z. Govindarajulu
ASYMPTOTICS
OF THE THEILSEN ESTIMATOR Dr. Xueqin Wang Department of Mathematics University of Mississippi Wednesday, October 29, 2003 in Hume Hall Room 331 at 12:15 pm
Unbiasedness of the Theilsen Estimator Dr. Xueqin Wang Department of Mathematics University of Mississippi Thursday, October 23, 2003 in Hume Hall Room 331 at 12:00 pm Colloquium Estimating Polulation Density in Line Transect Sampling Using Kernel Methods Dr. Patrick D. Gerard Department of Mathematics Mississippi State University Friday, September 26, 2003 in Hume Hall Room 331 at 12:00 pm 
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