Department of Mathematical SciencesColloquium Schedule |
Fall 2000
Bivariate Cauchy Regression by Rudy Gideon, Department of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Montana Mathematics in Airport Literature by Johnny Lott, Department of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Montana Data Analysis of the Aortic Valve Complex Measured by Digital Sonomicrometry by Nolan Thomas Rice, Department of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Montana Mathematical life in Kazan State University by Professor Suren Grigoryan, Chebotarev Institute of Mathematics & Mechanics, Kazan State University, Russia
Which Tanks Empty Faster? by Leonid Hanin, Idaho State University The Inverse Problem of Parameter/Protein Identification Using the Ultracentrifuge Sedimentation Velocity Experiment by Hashim Saber, Department of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Montana Postponed until Spring 2001 A Statistical Analysis of Spatial Classifiers for a Landsat TM Mapping Problem with Incomplete Spatial Coverage by Brian Steele, Department of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Montana How Do They Determine That the Earth Has A Diameter of 7,930 Miles? by Richard Paul, The University of Maine, Machias The Latest Thinking in Japanese Mathematics Education by Rick Billstein, Department of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Montana Statistical Literacy For Today and Tomorrow by Gail Burrill, Director, Mathematical Sciences Education Board Scheduling of Manufacturing Systems by Thomas I. Seidman, The University of Maryland Baltimore County |
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