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Statistics (STAT)

School of Mathematics and Statistics Faculty of Science

STAT 4509 [0.5 credit]

Advanced Mathematical Modeling (Honours)

Real-life situations in the physical, social, and life sciences are often modeled using mathematical tools. This course will examine various models and techniques used in their analysis, e.g., matrix procedures in connection with population models. Students will use a computer package to obtain numerical results. Also offered at the graduate level, with additional or different requirements, as STAT 5601, for which additional credit is precluded.
Prerequisites: i) MATH 2454 and STAT 2655 (or MATH 2600; or MATH 2404 and STAT 2605) and ii) STAT 3506; or permission of the School.
Lectures three hours a week.

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