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BME 325 INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL IMAGING
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A. SAHAKIAN
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BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 325
INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL IMAGING
FALL 2016
A. SAHAKIAN
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ASSIGNED Monday 9/26/2016 DUE Monday 10/3/16
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BME 220: Problem Set 2 (SOLUTIONS)
Due: Friday, April 10, 2015
Reading: Rosner Chapter 3
Part 1: Descriptive Statistics (Using MATLAB)
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BME 220: Problem Set 8 (SOLUTIONS)
Due: December 2, 2015
Part I: Correlation
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BME 220: Problem Set
Due: Friday, October 23, 2015
1) Consider the distribution of total offensive points scored per game among NCAA
mens college basketball teams in a single season. This distribution
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BME 220: Problem Set 7
Reading: 516-534, 548-553
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BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING 325
INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL IMAGING
FALL 2016
A. SAHAKIAN
HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT NUMBER 3
ASSIGNED Monday October 10, 2016 Due Monday October 17
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