Coming Seminars

Mar. 1st, 3:30 PM
Seminar presented by Mauricio Sadinle
There has recently been a lot of interest in developing approaches to handle missing data that go beyond the traditional assumptions of the missing data being missing at random and the nonresponse mechanism being ignorable.  Of particular interest are…
JHN 175

Technical Reports

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Upcoming Courses

MATH/STAT 491/8 is a two-quarter course sequence in place of MATH/STAT 491/2 for the B.S. in Mathematics degree option. The sequence provides a relatively complete introduction to core problems in stochastic processes.