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International Conference on Asymptotic Methods in Stochastics, May 23-25, 2002, organized by Barbara Szyszkowicz, Carleton University and Lajos Horvath, University of Utah. This conference was in honour of the work of Miklos Csorgo, on the occasion of his 70th birthday. A proceedings volume "Asymptotic Methods in Stochastics" was published by the Fields Institute in the Spring 2003 (Editors: B. Szyszkowicz and L. Horvath).
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International Conference on Recent Advances in Survey Sampling was held July 10-13, 2002 at Carleton University, organized by Georgia Roberts, Statistics Canada, and David Bellhouse, University of Western Ontario. A proceedings volume was published in the Spring 2003 through Statistics Canada (Editors G. Roberts and D. Bellhouse) and is available in hard copy (TRS 386) or in CD format from the LRSP Coordinator. Published by the Laboratory for Research in Statistics and Probability, the Proceedings can be purchased for a cost of $30.00 for the hard copy - Technical Report No. 386, LRSP or $10 for the CD version. The CD was prepared with the assistance of Statistics Canada and has the minimum system requirements:
Workshop on Nonparametric Statistics and Related Topics, May 4 & 5, 1997, organized by J.N.K. Rao, sponsored by LRSP and Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Carleton University. The workshop focussed on recent advances in Nonparametric Statistics and their use in statistical methods for various problems and analysis of experiments.
A Proceedings volume "Statistical Inference" was published in Fall 1998 by Nova Science Publishers Inc. (Editors: E. Ahmed, M. Ahsanullah and B K Sinha). The volume consists of 27 papers with a total of 350 pages.
International Conference on Asymptotic Methods in Probability and Statistics, 8-13 July 1997, sponsored by the Laboratory for Research in Statistics and Probability and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Carleton University. The aim of the conference was to provide a platform for the exchange of recent findings and new ideas inspired by the so-called Hungarian construction and other approximation methodologies. The main themes of the conference included strong and weak invariance principles and their applications, fine analytic properties of stochastic processes, financial modelling, branching and infinite dimensional processes, almost sure and weak limit theorems, empirical, quantile, partial sum and point processes, processes of change-point analysis, empirical reliability and operations research. The organizer of the conference was Barbara Szyszkowicz
The proceedings volume was produced by Elsevier Science B.V. Publishers (Fall 1998), entitled ASYMPTOTIC METHODS IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICSa Volume in Honour of Miklós Csörgo. This volume is a collection of 55 papers (about 800 pages) The Editor is Barbara Szyszkowicz. Copies of this publication can be obtained by contacting the Laboratory Coordinator: email@example.com
International Conference on Stochastic Models , June 9-12, 1998 . The Laboratory for Research in Statistics and Probability hosted an International Conference on Stochastic Models in celebration of the work of Donald Dawson at Carleton University. The focus of the conference was on the analysis and applications of stochastic models in population biology, information systems and mathematical finance. The conference was organized by Gail Ivanoff, University of Ottawa, and Luis Gorostiza, Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del I.P.N., Mexico.
A proceedings volume was published in the Conference Proceedings Series of the Canadian Mathematical Society. The Editors of the Volume are Luis Gorostiza and Gail Ivanoff.
Regression Analysis for Dependent Responses, Notes from a Short Course on Regression Analysis for Dependent Responses, by Kung-Yee Liang and Scott L. Zeger, as part of the Biostatistics Theme Term, 104 pages, April, 1990
Statistical Issues in Public Policy Analysis, Edited by J.N.K. Rao and N.G.N. Prasad, as part of the Public Policy Analysis Theme Term, 280 pages, April 1993
Proceedings of the Theme Term Changepoint Analysis Empirical Reliability , Edited by Miklós Csörgö, 314 pages, June 1993
Small Area Statistics, An International Symposium '85 (contributed papers), Edited by R. Platek and M.P. Singh, 1985
ASYMPTOTIC METHODS IN PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS a Volume in Honour of Miklós Csörgo (1998) can be obtained by contacting the Laboratory Coordinator at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Gillian S. Murray, Coordinator Laboratory for Research in Statistics and Probability
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