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• ANOVA designs and regression approach
• Approximation of Functions and Numerical Quadrature
• Arealistic numerical modeling exercise
• Categorical data analysis: One-way, two-way and multi-way tables, Effect size coefficients
• Constrained and non-smooth optimization: convex functions; interior point methods
• Construction of tests
• Continuity and differentiability in several variables
• Continuous functions and Taylor expansions
• Continuous functions of one real variable
• Cross validation, regularization, and basic functions
• Data Randomization, Partitioning, and Augmentation
• Database Management & Information Retrieval
• Deterministic approximations for posteriors: variational Bayes, expectation propagation
• Distributions of linear and quadratic forms
• Emphasis is placed on regarding the discretized equations as discrete models of the system
• Estimation of Probability Density Functions Using Parametric Models
• Exploiting special structure to solve Newton linear equations
• Exploratory data analysis (EDA): descriptive and Graphical tools for- Univariate data, Bivariate data and Multivariate data
• Filter-forward-sample-backward algorithm for HMMs
• Focus on the specific problems encountered in each application area
• Gibbs sampling: slice sampling, Bayesian lasso, spike-and-slab, hit and run
• Graphical Methods in Computational Statistics
• Integration wrap-up: Gaussian quadrature, RJMCMC, bridge sampling, annealed importance sampling
• Linear, quadratic, and semidefinite programs; support vector methods
• Maxima and minima of functions
• Mean value theorem
• Methods of Computational Statistics
• Metropolis-Hastings
• Mixture distributions and Markov Monte Carlo
• Modern computationally-intensive statistical methods
• Monte Carlo Methods for Statistical Inference
• Multiple correlation coefficients
• Multivariate normal distribution and its properties
• Non-conservative versus conservative systems
• Nonparametric Bayes methods
• Non-parametric density estimation
• Nonparametric Estimation of Probability Density Functions
• Nonparametric probability density estimation
• Numerical solution of partial differential equations
• Open/closed sets sequences and series
• Optimization and maximum likelihood estimation
• Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes
• Proximal methods, dual decomposition, and convex relaxation
• Random number generation
• Rao-Blackwellization. Adaptive simulated tempering.
• Real numbers, functions, sequences, limits, liminf, limsup, series
• Robust nonparametric linear regression
• Simulation from multivariate normal distribution
• Solution of Nonlinear Equations and Optimization
• Stability, consistency and convergence
• Statistical Models of Dependencies
• Stochastic approximation methods
• Supervised statistical learning 0including discrimination methods
• Taylor series expansion
• Taylor's theorem
• Term-by-term differentiation and integration
• Tests for partial and regression coefficients and their associated confidence regions
• The Jacobian theorem
• Theorem of Calculus
• Theorems of Green and Stokes
• Theoretical Computer Science
• Tools for Identification of Structure in Data
• Union-intersection and likelihood ratio principles
• univariate and multivariate distributions
• Weier-strass approximation theorem
• Wishart distribution