Lecture Time: 2:00pm – 3:50pm (TR) Location: Aspen Hall
|The Week Of
|January 5 – January 9
||Basic Concepts: Probability Spaces, Random
|January 12 – January 16
||Basic Concepts: Calculating Probabilities,
|January 19 – January 23
||Basic Concepts: Theorems of a.s. Convergence
|January 26 – January 30
||Basic Concepts: Characteristic Functions,
Convergence in Distribution
|February 2 – February 6
||Basic Concepts: Conditional Probabilities,
|February 16 – February 20
||Selected Topics: Exponential Random Graph Models|
|February 23 – February 27
||Selected Topics: Introduction to Statistical
|March 2 – March 6
||Selected Topics: Dirichlet Forms and Symmetric Markov Processes|
|March 9 – March 13
||Last Day of Classes: March 10. Review.
There will be three homework sets, due at the beginning
of the class on Tuesdays January 20,
February 3, and March 3.
A take-home midterm will be given, with a tentative due
date on Friday, February 13.
take-home final will be given, with a tentative due date
on Friday, March 13.
with Disabilities: If you qualify for academic
accommodations because of a disability or medical issue,
please submit a faculty letter to me from Disability
Services Program (DSP) in a timely manner so that your
needs may be addressed. DSP determines accommodations
based on documented disabilities / medical issues. DSP
is located on the 4th floor of Ruffatto Hall, 1999 E
Evans Ave, 303-871-2278. Information is also available
online at http://www.du.edu/disability/dsp;
see the Handbook
for Students with Disabilities.
Code: Follow the Honor
Code in all activities related to this course.
Incidents of academic misconduct will be reported to and
investigated by the Office
of Student Conduct.