Fall 2007

Instructor: Zhengyuan Zhu

Course Description: This course covers a number of areas of spatial statistics. It will provide the students the necessary skills and knowledge to model and analyze spatial data, and expose them to some of the most recent developments in modern spatial statistics. The emphasis will be on methodology, and relevant theoretical results will be covered to help understand the foundations of the methodology and appreciate the stochastic process theory that underlies the modeling. There will also be an applied component to learn how to analyze various real spatial data. A good working knowledge of matrix algebra and understanding of fundamental statistical theory at the level of STOR 664 is assumed.  

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