SEMINAR: Infinite Divisibility I  The Elements


Infinite Divisibility I  The Elements : STATISTICS SEMINAR 
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Among other things, in recent years I have investigated infinite divisibility properties of some new probability laws: generalized Planck, Lambert, and generalized stable. Although infinite divisibility is now important in physics and quantitative finance, it has dropped out of the undergraduate curriculum.
So the first of two talks is aimed at introducing the elements of the subject. I will cover concepts and examples, with a few intuitive proofs to give a feel for why things are as they are.
Speaker(s) 
Tony Pakes, School of Mathematics and Statistics

Location 
Mathematics Lecture Room 3 (G.02, Ground floor of Mathematics Building (entrance from the James oval side))


Contact 
Gopal Nair
<[email protected]>
: 08 6488 3377

Start 
Thu, 06 Sep 2012 14:00

End 
Thu, 06 Sep 2012 15:00

Submitted by 
Stephanie Gawne <[email protected]>

Last Updated 
Fri, 31 Aug 2012 13:21

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