Welcome to the Mathematical Statistics section

Mathematical statistics is an interdisciplinary subject aimed at developing models and analytical methods for systems containing a substantial element of random variation. Often the motivation for the research is a practical problem involving the development and analysis of a mathematical statistical model. In this way the section is in touch with many different areas:

  • The development of forecasting models, predictive control and modelling of dynamic systems (Time series analysis), General optimal and adaptive control methods (Stochastic control theory), Planning and analysis of tests (Statistical design and analysis of experiments), Models for growth and decomposition of biological systems (Environmental statistics), Random sampling plans and other methods for quality control (Statistical quality control), Analysis of spectral data (Multivariate analysis and classification)

Last update: Oct. 20, 2004 by fkc
Prof. Henrik Madsen

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