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Course: STAT 219, Fall 2008
School: Stanford
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Stochastic Processes Stat219/Math136 Fall 2008 Place: Building 260 (Pigott Hall, Language Corner) Room 113 Time: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 11:00am 11:50am Instructor: Kevin Ross, kjross@stanford.edu, Sequoia Hall room 113 Oce hours: Monday 2:45 3:45pm, F
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Math136 / Stat219 Course Goals Basic concepts and denitions of measure-theoretic probability and stochastic processes Properties of key stochastic processes and their applications, especially Brownian motion Key results and common techniques of proof P
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Last Time Introduction Measurable space Generated -elds Borel -eld Todays lecture: Sections 1.11.2.2 MATH136/STAT219 Lecture 2, September 24, 2008 p. 1/14 Probability space A probability space is a triple (, F , I ), where (, F ) is a P measurable space
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Math 136 - Stochastic Processes Homework Set 3, Autumn 2008, Due: October 15 Questions? See Bo Shen. 1. Exercise 1.4.30. Use Monotone Convergence to show that E( n=1 Yn ) = n=1 EYn , for any sequence of non-negative R.V. Yn . Deduce that if X 0 and An a
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Math136/Stat219 Fall 2008 Sample Final Examination Write your name and sign the Honor code in the blue books provided. You have 3 hours to solve all questions, each worth points as marked (maximum of 100). Complete reasoning is required for full credit. Y
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Math136/Stat219 Fall 2008 Sample Midterm Write your name and sign the Honor code in the blue books provided. You have 90 minutes to solve all questions, each worth points as marked (maximum of 50). Complete reasoning is required for full credit. You may c
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8-1 Chapter 8 Linear Regression Whats It About? In Chapter 7, we saw how to use correlation to quantify the strength of a linear association; now we see how to use it to find a line that models the association. We build on the concepts from Chapter 7, and
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26-1 Part VII: Inference When Variables Are Related: Chapters 26, 27, 28* and 29* The final Part of the text looks forward as well as backward. We apply just about everything weve learned. But we also look beyond the course to possible future studies. The
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12-1 Chapter 12 Sample Surveys Whats It About? With the ultimate goal of uncovering truths about a population, we discuss how to collect useful data from representative samples. We consider polls, surveys, and other means of gathering data, and introduce
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22-1 Chapter 22 Comparing Two Proportions Whats It About? Armed with a basic understanding of confidence intervals and hypothesis tests, we now turn to the specific case of inference for the difference between two proportions. The approach, logic, and int
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AP Statistics Test A Inference for Proportions Part V Name _ _ 1. We have calculated a 95% confidence interval and would prefer for our next confidence interval to have a smaller margin of error without losing any confidence. In order to do this, we can I
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9-1 Chapter 9 Regression Wisdom Whats It About? Chapter 8 briefly touched on What Can Go Wrong? with regression. Now we examine those issues in greater detail. We look at pattern changes in scatterplots; the dangers of extrapolation; the possible effects
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