STAT221

Monte Carlo Methods

15 points, 0.1250 EFTS

Occurrences

  • STAT221-12S1 (C) Semester One 2012 - Not Offered due to low enrolments

Description

This course is about the generation of random numbers and their uses, including computer simulations to mimic and contrast random real-world phenomena. It will provide an intuitive and practical understanding of the basic methods in computational statistics, and show how to implement statistical algorithms to manipulate, visualise and comprehend various aspects of real-world data.

Pre-requisites

1) MATH103 or MATH199 or EMTH119; or 2) (STAT101 or STAT111 or STAT112) and (MATH102 or EMTH118 or MATH108 or MATH109).

Restrictions

STAT218