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Doc Name: Dynamic Programming Problems
Course:M.SC. (STATISTICS) (905)
Semester:4
UploadedBy:SURESH CHANDER
Remarks:The material contains the formulations procedure for the Dynamic Programming Problems as Non-Linear Programming Problems. The solution procedure is discussed by considering some pratical examples related to Industry and Managment Sectors. The material has been taken up from http://web.mit.edu
Date Created:3/19/2020
Doc Name: R- Programming
Course:M.SC. (STATISTICS) (905)
Semester:2
UploadedBy:SURESH CHANDER
Remarks:The basic concepts of Statistics with R-Programming are described with suitable examples. The material has been taken up from the pdf file of generated by Prof. Shalabh, IIT Kanpur
Date Created:3/19/2020
Doc Name: Non-linear Programming
Course:M.SC. (STATISTICS) (905)
Semester:4
UploadedBy:SURESH CHANDER
Remarks:Some non-linear programming problems such as quadratic and seprable programming problems are considered. Their solution methods are discussed by taking practical situations. The basic terms are also explained.
Date Created:3/19/2020
Doc Name: Optimization Problems
Course:M.SC. (STATISTICS) (905)
Semester:3
UploadedBy:SURESH CHANDER
Remarks:Some optimization problems are formulated by considering the practical situations previaling in industrial and management sectors. The methodology for solving these problems has been provided. The basic concepts used for the formulation of the problems are also described in brief.
Date Created:3/19/2020
Doc Name: Why Statistics ?
Course:M.SC. (STATISTICS) (905)
Semester:1
UploadedBy:SURESH CHANDER
Remarks:Here, we shall provide the importance and significance of the subject statistics in modern era. The functions and limitations along with applications of statistics are described with illustrations. The significance of some measures of central tendencies are also explained.
Date Created:3/19/2020
Doc Name: Oveview of Satisics
Course:M.SC. (STATISTICS) (905)
Semester:1
UploadedBy:AMITA DHANKHAR
Remarks:Measure Theory
Date Created:3/17/2020
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Doc Name: Oveview of Satisics
Course:M.SC. (STATISTICS) (905)
Semester:1
Remarks:Measure Theory
Doc Name: Non-linear Programming
Course:M.SC. (STATISTICS) (905)
Semester:4
Remarks:Some non-linear programming problems such as quadratic and seprable programming problems are considered. Their solution methods are discussed by taking practical situations. The basic terms are also explained.
Doc Name: R- Programming
Course:M.SC. (STATISTICS) (905)
Semester:2
Remarks:The basic concepts of Statistics with R-Programming are described with suitable examples. The material has been taken up from the pdf file of generated by Prof. Shalabh, IIT Kanpur
Doc Name: Dynamic Programming Problems
Course:M.SC. (STATISTICS) (905)
Semester:4
Remarks:The material contains the formulations procedure for the Dynamic Programming Problems as Non-Linear Programming Problems. The solution procedure is discussed by considering some pratical examples related to Industry and Managment Sectors. The material has been taken up from http://web.mit.edu
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Doc Name: Optimization Problems
Course:M.SC. (STATISTICS) (905)
Semester:3
Remarks:Some optimization problems are formulated by considering the practical situations previaling in industrial and management sectors. The methodology for solving these problems has been provided. The basic concepts used for the formulation of the problems are also described in brief.
Doc Name: Why Statistics ?
Course:M.SC. (STATISTICS) (905)
Semester:1
Remarks:Here, we shall provide the importance and significance of the subject statistics in modern era. The functions and limitations along with applications of statistics are described with illustrations. The significance of some measures of central tendencies are also explained.
 
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