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HANDOUT 4. Introduction to Statistics
Bibliography: Michael Baron - Probability and Statistics for Computer Scientists - chapter 8
WHAT IS STATISTICS? universal language of sc
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HANDOUT 3. Continuous Random Variables and Distributions
Bibliography: Michael Baron - Probability and Statistics for Computer Scientists - chapter 4
PROBABILITY DENSITY
A ra
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LAB 5. Statistics with Maple. CLT. Condence Intervals. Hypothesis testing.
The tools available in the Statistics package of Maple can greatly facilitate various tasks such as
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LAB 3. Simulating discrete random variables.
If we want to simulate a discrete random variable X having the probability mass function
P (X = xi ) = pi
i = 1, 2, 3.
where
pi =
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LAB 2. Random Number Generators.
To generate a sequence of numbers, the idea is to start with some initial values x1 , x2 , ., xk , called seeds,
and use a recurrence formula
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LAB 4. Continuous random variables.
Part I. Some experiments.
Remember from Lab 3 that generating a uniformly distributed random variable U over the interval (0, 1)
is equival
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LAB 1. Experiments and simulations.
In probability theory, we will be particularly interested in repeating a chance experiment a large number
of times. For example, considerin
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HANDOUT 6. Correlation and Regression
Bibliography: Michael Baron - Probability and Statistics for Computer Scientists - chapter 10
CORRELATION
If for the same population we
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HANDOUT 5. Statistical Inference
Bibliography: Michael Baron - Probability and Statistics for Computer Scientists - chapters 8 and 9
PARAMETERS AND STATISTICS
Our aim is to es
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HANDOUT 1. Probability basics
Bibliography: Michael Baron - Probability and Statistics for Computer Scientists - chapter 2
INTRODUCTION
Probability theory and Statistics are b
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HANDOUT 2. Discrete Random Variables and Distributions
Bibliography: Michael Baron - Probability and Statistics for Computer Scientists - chapter 3
DISTRIBUTION OF A RANDOM VA
REGIONS
North America-2
Western Balkans-6
The European Union-28
COUNTRY
GDP PER CAPITA 2013
FINAL CONSUMPTION EXPENDITURE PER CAPITA
Canada
37336
37336
United States
45665
37693
Bosnia and Herzegovi
6