SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES

September 30, 2014

Applications of Statistical Science

Seminar Series
Presented by The Fields Institute and
Department of Statistics, University of Toronto

The purpose of the seminar is to provide a forum for presentation of wide ranging applications of statistics and probability to problems of current scientific interest, in diverse fields from the medical, physical, engineering, mathematical, and social sciences.


October 5, 1999
Probabilistic Networks and Expert Systems
Steffen Lauritzen, Department of Mathematics, Aalborg University

December 7, 1999
Probabilistic and Statistical Techniques in Realistic Computer Graphics
Eugene Fiume, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto

February 1st 2000
Scaling Phenomena in Telecommunications
Murad Taqqu, Department of Mathematics, Boston University

March 7th, 2000
Two Timing: Politics and Response Latencies in a Bilingual Survey
Joseph F. Fletcher, Department of Political Science, University of Toronto

April 4th 2000
Smoothing techniques for surveys
James Stafford, Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Toronto

Organizers

Nancy Reid (Statistics, University of Toronto) and Don Dawson (Fields Institute)

Other Information

The Applications of Statistical Science Seminars are offered to any interested participant -- no reservation is necessary.