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STAT 333. Uncertainty in Engineering and Science. 3 Units.

Phenomena of uncertainty appear in engineering and science for various reasons and can be modeled in different ways. The course integrates the mainstream ideas in statistical data analysis with models of uncertain phenomena stemming from three distinct viewpoints: algorithmic/computational complexity; classical probability theory; and chaotic behavior of nonlinear systems. Descriptive statistics, estimation procedures and hypothesis testing (including design of experiments). Random number generators and their testing. Monte Carlo Methods. Mathematica notebooks and simulations will be used. Note: Credit given for only one (1) of STAT 312, 312R, 313, 333, 433. Graduate students are required to do an extra project. Offered as STAT 333 and STAT 433. Prereq: MATH 122 or MATH 223.

Department of Biomedical Engineering

http://bulletin.case.edu/schoolofengineering/biomedicalengineering/

...must be taken together e STAT 312, 313, 332, 333 fulfill the statistics requirement. Consult...

Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

http://bulletin.case.edu/schoolofengineering/elecengcompsci/

...Science , STAT 313 Statistics for Experimenters , STAT 332 Statistics for Signal Processing , STAT 333 Uncertainty...

Computer Science

http://bulletin.case.edu/collegeofartsandsciences/computerscience/

...Science , STAT 313 Statistics for Experimenters , STAT 332 Statistics for Signal Processing , STAT 333 Uncertainty...