These are some of the senior theses I have supervised in whole or in part.



1987  Mayumi Yamashita  An Examination of Heirarchical Bayes Models 
1988  Donna Raye Wagner  Methods of SemiParametric Estimation 
1988  Eric Vognild  R. A. Fisher's Method of Maximum Likelihood Estimation 
1991  Christopher Gross  The Early History of the Central Limit Theorem 
1991  Jason Klivington  The Boltzmann Machine: a stochastic neural network for combinatorial optimization. 
1994  Zebedee Strong  The Harmonic Series: an approximation 
1994  Jiro Feingold  The Fractal Compression of Sound 
1994  Nelson Minar  Relaxation Dynamics of a Lattice Spin System 
1995  Colin Moran  Fuzzy Sets and Bridge 
1995  Thomas Wilson  NP Completeness: why some problems are hard. 
1996  David Hayden  Evolutionary Game Theory 
1997  Joshua Gruenberg  Little computers that solve big problems: an introduction to neural networks. 
1998  Marcin Stawarz  Lies, damn lies, and the loss of information in statistics. 
1998  Oana Poliac  State Space Models and the Kalman Filter 
1998  Seth Blumsack  Blowin' in the wind: ENSO and the Oregon coastal recreational fishing industry. 
2001  Meharyar Nadir Mumtaz  Dynamic Intrahousehold Modeling with Market Failures 
2001  Ryan Richter  Robust Chaos and Random Number Generation 
2002  Matthew Taylor  The EM algorithm 
2002  Laura Alexander  A Nonstandard Proof of the Strong Law of Large Numbers 
2004  Eileen Hlavka  Scales and Blocks, Power and Coalitions: analyzing Congressional block voting using Poole and Rosenthal's nominate scoring and Hartigan's block clustering algorithm. 
2004  Jeffrey Hood  Numerical methods in stochastic differential equations 
2004  Megan Othus  An Analysis of the relative risk of cancer mortality among atomic bomb survivors 
2005  Jessica Hoel  Testing the effects of U.S. Presidential Election Expectations on Exchange Rates 
2005  Christopher Haulk  Epidemic Models and Percolation 
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