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APR
2017
Friday April 28 2:30pm in HH 126. A comparison of five statistical methods for stream temperature prediction across stream networks.
28
APR
2017
Friday April 28 5:00pm in ANSC 314. Prediction of Stress Increase in Unbonded Tendons using Sparse Principal Component Analysis.
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May
2017
Thursday May 4 1:00pm in ANSC 320. Extensions and Improvements to Random Forests for Classification.
5
May
2017
Friday May 5 10:00am in ANSC 320. A comparison of statistical methods relating pairwise distance to a binary subject-level covariate.

Department of Mathematics & Statistics

NEW Fall 2017 class: Calculus, Linear Algebra and Differential Equations with MAPLE

The purpose of this class is to provide junior and senior students a comprehensive hands-on introduction to the computer algebra system MAPLE. Students will learn to solve problems from calculus, linear algebra and differential equations using Maple. Students will also learn how to write simple programs in Maple, although no programming experience is required to take the class. READ MORE