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| ## Courses for 2006In the Fall of 2006, the department will offer Math-501 (Probability Theory), Math-502 (Deterministic Models), and Math-656 (Data Mining) . In the Spring of 2007, Math-503 (Mathematical Statistics), Math-504 (Numerical Methods) and Math-605 (Intro to Financial Mathematics) will be offered. In addition, non-mathematical electives and one credit bridge courses are available.
The course will use two texts: Casella/Berger, Statistical Inference, Chapters 1-5; and Brmaud, An Introduction to Probabilistic Modeling. Some previous exposure to elementary probability theory and random variables is desirable. Instructor, room and time are to be announced.
The primary textbook will be Applied Mathematics, 2nd Ed, David A Logan, John Wiley and Sons, 1997. Material from the books Mathematical Models, R. Haberman, Prentice-Hall, 1977, and Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers, L. Debnath, Birkhauser, 1997, will be used. Students will be required to purchase the Logan text. Instructor, room and time are to be announced.
The course will use Casella/Berger, Statistical Inference, chapters 6-12, or Bickel/Doksum, Mathematical Statistics: Basic Ideas and Selected Topics, Vol I (2nd Edition), starting at chapter 2. Prerequisites: Calculus of one and several variables, some linear algebra (matrix algebra), Math-501 (Probability Theory).
Students who take this course are expected to have background in multivariable calculus, linear algebra and differential equations. Some knowledge in one computer programming language is required. The main text for the course will be Numerical Analysis: Mathematics of Scientific Computing and E. Ward Cheney.
Textbook: Paul Wilmott, Paul Wilmott Introduces Quantitative Finance, John Wiley 2001.
Prerequisites: Linear algebra (matrix methods), some previous experience with eementary statistics and probability, basic knowledge of Matlab. Textbooks: Wendy Martinez, Exploratory Data Analysis with Matlab, Chapman & Hall 2004. George Fernandez, Data Mining Using SAS Applications. ## Bridge CoursesThese one-credit courses will be offered through Georgetown's School of Continuing Studies during the second summer session (July 10 - August 11, 2006), based on an as-needed basis. Actual meeting times are subject to agreement.
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