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Dissertations are held in the collections of
Stanford University Libraries.

Cohort: 2006-2007
Cohort Student Advisor Name Committee Names Dissertation
2006-2007 Ping Li Hastie Hastie, Owen, Tibshirani Stable random projections and conditional random sampling, two sampling techniques for modern massive datasets
2006-2007 Julia Salzman Diaconis Diaconis, Holmes, Wong Spectral analysis with Markov Chains
2006-2007 Seth Tribble Owen Owen, Hastie, Jackman Markov Chain Monte Carlo algorithms using completely uniformly distributed sequences
2006-2007 Brit Turnbull Efron Efron, Lavori, Hastie Empirical null distributions and local false discovery rates
2006-2007 Gillian Ward Hastie Hastie, Tibshirani, Rogosa Statistics in ecological modeling; the presence-only problem and other procedures
Cohort: 2005-2006
Cohort Student Advisor Name Committee Names Dissertation
2005-2006 Yaqian Guo Tibshirani Tibshirani, Hastie, Dill High dimensional classification with application in microarray analysis
2005-2006 Jiarui Han Lai Lai, Primbs, Van Roy Dynamic portfolio management
2005-2006 Wei Jin Lai Lai, Switzer, Walther A Bayesian approach for additive-multiplicative hazard models
2005-2006 Jingyang Li Lai Lai, Romano, Walther Contributions to Bayesian survival analysis
2005-2006 Charles Mathis Cover Cover, Diaconis, Efron A statistic for measuring the value of side information in investment
2005-2006 Mee Young Park Hastie Hastie, Owen, Tibshirani Generalized linear models with regularization
2005-2006 Elizabeth Purdom Holmes Holmes, Wong, Owen Multivariate kernel methods in the analysis of graphical structures
2005-2006 Armin Schwartzman Efron Efron, Hastie, Taylor Random ellipsoids and false discovery rates: statistics for diffusion tensor imaging data
2005-2006 Jianxin Shi Siegmund Siegmund, Holmes, Whittemore Quantitative trait mapping using large pedigrees and model selection
2005-2006 Victoria Stodden Donoho, Hastie Donoho, Hastie, Tibshirani, Olkin, Efron Model selection when the number of variables exceeds the number of observations
2005-2006 Haipeng Xing Lai Lai, Siegmund, Walther Change-point stochastic regression models with applications to econometric time series
2005-2006 Nancy Ruonan Zhang Siegmund Siegmund, Dembo, Holmes Change-point models and sequence alignments: Statistical problems of genomics
2005-2006 Hui Zou Hastie Hastie, Efron, Tibshirani Some perspectives of sparse statistical modeling
Cohort: 2004-2005
Cohort Student Advisor Name Committee Names Dissertation
2004-2005 Ery Arias-Castro Donoho Donoho, Diaconis, Siegmund Graphical Structures for Geometric Detection
2004-2005 Eric David Bair Tibshirani Tibshirani, Hastie, Walther Methods for Predicting Patient Survival Based on DNA Microarray Data

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