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and Probability Statistics I (MAT651) 1. Axiomatic Foundations, The Calculus of Probabilities, Counting, Enumerating Outcomes. Conditional Probability and Independence 2. Random Variables, Distribution Functions, Density and Mass Functions 3. Distributions of Functions of a Random Variable 4. Moments and Moment Generating Functions, Characteristic Functions 5. Common Families of Distributions: Binomial,...

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and Probability Statistics I (MAT651) 1. Axiomatic Foundations, The Calculus of Probabilities, Counting, Enumerating Outcomes. Conditional Probability and Independence 2. Random Variables, Distribution Functions, Density and Mass Functions 3. Distributions of Functions of a Random Variable 4. Moments and Moment Generating Functions, Characteristic Functions 5. Common Families of Distributions: Binomial, Hypergeometric, Geometric, Poisson, Negative Binomial, Uniform, Exponential, Normal, Gamma, Beta. 6. Multiple Random Variables: Joint and Marginal Distributions, Conditional Distributions and Independence, Bivariate Transformations, Multivariate Distributions 7. Random Samples: Sum of Random Variables from a Random Sample, Sample Mean. 8. Sampling From a Normal Sample. 9. Order Statistics 10. Convergence Concepts: Convergence in Probability, Convergence in Distribution, Delta Method. Probability and Statistics II (MAT652) 1. Principles of Data Reduction: Sufficiency Principle, Likelihood Principle, Equivariance Principle 2. Point Estimation: Method of Moments, Maximum Likehood Estimations, Bayes Estimators, EM Algorithm 3. Methods of Evaluating Estimators: MSE, BUE, Sufficiency Unbiasedness, Loss and Function Optimality. 4. Hypothesis Testing: Likelihood Ratio Tests, Bayesian Tests, Union-Intersection and Intersection-Union Tests. 5. Methods of Evaluating Tests: Error Probabilities and Power, Most Powerful Tests, Size of Union-Intersection and Intersection-Union Tests, p-values. 6. Interval Estimation: Inverting a Test Statistic, Pivotal Quantities, Pivoting CDF, Bayesian Intervals. 7. Evaluating Interval Estimation: Size, Coverage Probability, Test-Related Optimality, Bayesian Optimality. 8. Asymptotic Evaluations: Point Estimation, Robustness, Hypothesis Testing, Interval Estimation. 9. Analysis of Variance: Oneway ANOVA, Inferences Regarding Linear Combinations of Means, F-Test, Simultaneous Estimation of Contrasts. 10. Regression: Least Squares, BLUE, Estimation and Prediction, Simultaneous Estimation and Confidence Bands, Regression with Errors in Variables. References: Statistical Inference, 2nd edition, by Casella and Berger, Duxbury, 2002. Mathematical Statistics, Basic Ideas and Selected Topics, Vol. 1, by Bickel and Doksum, Prentice Hall, 2001. Probability and Statistics, 3rd edition, by DeGroot and Schervish, Addison Wesley, 2001.
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