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Lawrence D. Brown

research interests: empirical queueing science, foundations of statistics, nonparametric function estimation, sampling theory (census data), statistical decision theory, statistical inference

Research

The major areas of research currently pursued by the Statistics Department's faculty include:

  • Application of probability models to marketing in optimal product design
  • Methods for analyzing data when confidentiality of individual records needs to be maintained
  • Application of time-series analysis to financial economics
  • Methods for DNA sequence analysis

For information on principal research activities by faculty and details on research publications see our research papers and publications.

Research Papers / Publications

Listing of research publications, working papers, and books by all Statistics faculty.

Research Centers

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Seminars / Conferences

Recent and upcoming seminars and conferences.