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## Mathematics

## Mathematics **(MATH)**

- https://dornsife.usc.edu/mathematics/
- D class assignments for undergraduates available in KAP108; phone (213) 740-2400.

Equations and inequalities; functions; graphs; polynomial and rational functions; exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric function; analytic geometry.

**Prerequisite:**MATH 040**General Education:**This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.**Note:**Register for lecture and one discussion

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39400D | 001 | Lecture | 9:00-9:50am | MWF | 39 of 49 | Paul Tokorcheck | GFS207 | ||

39401D | 001 | Discussion | 8:00-8:50am | Tue, Thu | 17 of 25 | KAP167 | |||

39402D | 001 | Discussion | 9:00-9:50am | Tue, Thu | 22 of 24 | KAP167 |

An introduction to the basic tools of statistics. Descriptive statistics; probability; expected value; normal approximation sampling; chance models; tests of significance.

**Recommended preparation:**MATH 040x or math placement exam. Not available for major credit to Math students.**General Education:**This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.**Note:**Register for one lecture and one discussion listed immediately following that lecture

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39985D | 001 | Lecture | 10:00-10:50am | MWF | 43 of 49 | Cindy Blois | GFS116 | ||

39986D | 001 | Discussion | 8:00-8:50am | Tue, Thu | 21 of 25 | KAP134 | |||

39987D | 001 | Discussion | 9:00-9:50am | Tue, Thu | 22 of 24 | KAP134 | |||

39989D | 001 | Lecture | 1:00-1:50pm | MWF | 45 of 49 | Cindy Blois | LVL17 | ||

39990D | 001 | Discussion | 12:00-12:50pm | Tue, Thu | 22 of 25 | THH108 | |||

39991D | 001 | Discussion | 1:00-1:50pm | Tue, Thu | 23 of 25 | THH108 |

Functions, graphs, polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, matrices, systems of linear equations.

**Prerequisite:**MATH 040**General Education:**This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.**Note:**Register for lecture and one discussion

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39410D | 001 | Lecture | 12:00-12:50pm | MWF | 45 of 49 | Sheldon Kamienny | VKC152 | ||

39411D | 001 | Discussion | 10:00-10:50am | Tue, Thu | 24 of 25 | KAP134 | |||

39412D | 001 | Discussion | 11:00-11:50am | Tue, Thu | 22 of 24 | KAP134 |

Derivatives; extrema. Definite integral; fundamental theorem of calculus. Extrema and definite integrals for functions of several variables. Not available for credit toward a degree in mathematics. Prerequisites: MATH 108 or MATH 117 or placement exam in MATH.

**Prerequisite:**1 from (MATH 108 or MATH 117)**General Education:**This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.**Note:**Register for one lecture and one discussion listed immediately following that lecture

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39490D | 001 | Lecture | 9:00-9:50am | MWF | 23 of 49 | Cymra Haskell | KAP146 | ||

39491D | 001 | Discussion | 10:00-10:50am | Tue, Thu | 12 of 25 | GFS113 | |||

39492D | 001 | Discussion | 11:00-11:50am | Tue, Thu | 11 of 24 | GFS113 | |||

39414D | 001 | Lecture | 10:00-10:50am | MWF | 38 of 49 | Alexander Neshitov | VKC152 | ||

39415D | 001 | Discussion | 8:00-8:50am | Tue, Thu | 13 of 25 | KAP141 | |||

39416D | 001 | Discussion | 9:00-9:50am | Tue, Thu | 25 of 25 | KAP141 | |||

39418D | 001 | Lecture | 11:00-11:50am | MWF | 28 of 49 | Felicia Tabing | VKC152 | ||

39419D | 001 | Discussion | 8:00-8:50am | Tue, Thu | 9 of 25 | GFS114 | |||

39420D | 001 | Discussion | 9:00-9:50am | Tue, Thu | 19 of 24 | GFS104 | |||

39422D | 001 | Lecture | 12:00-12:50pm | MWF | 35 of 49 | Felicia Tabing | LVL16 | ||

39423D | 001 | Discussion | 2:00-2:50pm | Tue, Thu | 22 of 25 | GFS213 | |||

39424D | 001 | Discussion | 3:00-3:50pm | Tue, Thu | 13 of 24 | GFS213 | |||

39426D | 001 | Lecture | 1:00-1:50pm | MWF | 23 of 49 | Cymra Haskell | VPD116 | ||

39427D | 001 | Discussion | 10:00-10:50am | Tue, Thu | 8 of 25 | GFS114 | |||

39428D | 001 | Discussion | 11:00-11:50am | Tue, Thu | 15 of 24 | GFS114 | |||

39430D | 001 | Lecture | 2:00-2:50pm | MWF | 45 of 49 | Paul Tokorcheck | KAP146 | ||

39431D | 001 | Discussion | 12:00-12:50pm | Tue, Thu | 22 of 26 | GFS213 | |||

39432D | 001 | Discussion | 1:00-1:50pm | Tue, Thu | 23 of 24 | GFS213 |

Limits; continuity, derivatives and applications; antiderivatives; the fundamental theorem of calculus; exponential and logarithmic functions.

**Prerequisite:**MATH 108**General Education:**This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.**Note:**Register for one lecture and one discussion listed immediately following that lecture

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39434D | 001 | Lecture | 9:00-9:50am | MWF | 28 of 49 | Felicia Tabing | LVL16 | ||

39435D | 001 | Discussion | 8:00-8:50am | Tue, Thu | 9 of 25 | KAP113 | |||

39436D | 001 | Discussion | 9:00-9:50am | Tue, Thu | 19 of 24 | KAP113 | |||

39437D | 001 | Lecture | 10:00-10:50am | MWF | 46 of 49 | Tam Do | LVL16 | ||

39438D | 001 | Discussion | 12:00-12:50pm | Tue, Thu | 22 of 25 | KAP113 | |||

39439D | 001 | Discussion | 1:00-1:50pm | Tue, Thu | 24 of 24 | KAP113 | |||

39440D | 001 | Lecture | 11:00-11:50am | MWF | 44 of 49 | Tam Do | SSL150 | ||

39441D | 001 | Discussion | 8:00-8:50am | Tue, Thu | 22 of 25 | KAP159 | |||

39442D | 001 | Discussion | 9:00-9:50am | Tue, Thu | 22 of 24 | KAP159 | |||

39443D | 001 | Lecture | 11:00-11:50am | MWF | 40 of 49 | Aaron Mazel-Gee | SGM601 | ||

39444D | 001 | Discussion | 12:00-12:50pm | Tue, Thu | 21 of 25 | KAP134 | |||

39445D | 001 | Discussion | 1:00-1:50pm | Tue, Thu | 19 of 24 | KAP134 | |||

39446D | 001 | Lecture | 12:00-12:50pm | MWF | 43 of 49 | Aaron Mazel-Gee | GFS118 | ||

39447D | 001 | Discussion | 2:00-2:50pm | Tue, Thu | 23 of 25 | KAP134 | |||

39448D | 001 | Discussion | 3:00-3:50pm | Tue, Thu | 20 of 24 | KAP134 | |||

39450D | 001 | Lecture | 1:00-1:50pm | MWF | 46 of 49 | Guillermo Reyes Souto | VKC150 | ||

39451D | 001 | Discussion | 10:00-10:50am | Tue, Thu | 25 of 25 | KAP113 | |||

39452D | 001 | Discussion | 11:00-11:50am | Tue, Thu | 21 of 24 | KAP113 |

A continuation of MATH 125: trigonometric functions; applications of integration; techniques of integration; indeterminate forms; infinite series; Taylor series; polar coordinates.

**Prerequisite:**MATH 125**General Education:**This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.**Note:**Register for one lecture and one discussion listed immediately following that lecture

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39460D | 001 | Lecture | 9:00-9:50am | MWF | 34 of 49 | Matthew Hogancamp | SOSB4 | ||

39461D | 001 | Discussion | 10:00-10:50am | Tue, Thu | 17 of 25 | KAP159 | |||

39462D | 001 | Discussion | 11:00-11:50am | Tue, Thu | 17 of 24 | KAP159 | |||

39464D | 001 | Lecture | 9:00-9:50am | MWF | 48 of 49 | Michael Hall | THH116 | ||

39465D | 001 | Discussion | 8:00-8:50am | Tue, Thu | 24 of 25 | KAP165 | |||

39466D | 001 | Discussion | 9:00-9:50am | Tue, Thu | 24 of 24 | KAP165 | |||

39468D | 001 | Lecture | 10:00-10:50am | MWF | 39 of 49 | Nabil Ziane | THH116 | ||

39469D | 001 | Discussion | 12:00-12:50pm | Tue, Thu | 19 of 25 | KAP165 | |||

39470D | 001 | Discussion | 1:00-1:50pm | Tue, Thu | 20 of 24 | KAP165 | |||

39472D | 001 | Lecture | 11:00-11:50am | MWF | 42 of 49 | Nabil Ziane | SOSB44 | ||

39473D | 001 | Discussion | 2:00-2:50pm | Tue, Thu | 25 of 28 | KAP165 | |||

39474D | 001 | Discussion | 3:00-3:50pm | Tue, Thu | 17 of 24 | KAP165 | |||

39476D | 001 | Lecture | 12:00-12:50pm | MWF | 41 of 49 | Nathaniel Emerson | LVL17 | ||

39477D | 001 | Discussion | 8:00-8:50am | Tue, Thu | 19 of 25 | GFS213 | |||

39478D | 001 | Discussion | 9:00-9:50am | Tue, Thu | 22 of 24 | GFS213 | |||

39480D | 001 | Lecture | 1:00-1:50pm | MWF | 46 of 49 | Michael Hall | SOSB4 | ||

39481D | 001 | Discussion | 2:00-2:50pm | Tue, Thu | 24 of 25 | KAP141 | |||

39482D | 001 | Discussion | 3:00-3:50pm | Tue, Thu | 22 of 24 | KAP141 |

Trigonometric functions; applications of integration; techniques of integration; indeterminate forms; infinite series; Taylor series; polar coordinates. Engineering and physics applications. Prerequisite: MATH 125. (Duplicates credit in MATH 126 and MATH 127)

**Prerequisite:**MATH 125**Note:**Register for one lecture and one discussion listed immediately following that lecture

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39484D | 001 | Lecture | 10:00-10:50am | MWF | 22 of 49 | Nathaniel Emerson | SOSB46 | ||

39485D | 001 | Discussion | 12:00-12:50pm | Tue, Thu | 8 of 25 | GFS114 | |||

39486D | 001 | Discussion | 1:00-1:50pm | Tue, Thu | 14 of 24 | GFS114 | |||

39487D | 001 | Lecture | 11:00-11:50am | MWF | 40 of 49 | Guillermo Reyes Souto | ZHS352 | ||

39488D | 001 | Discussion | 8:00-8:50am | Tue, Thu | 17 of 25 | GFS220 | |||

39489D | 001 | Discussion | 9:00-9:50am | Tue, Thu | 23 of 24 | GFS220 |

Descriptive statistics, probability, discrete and continuous random variables, expectation and variance, sampling, Central Limit Theorem, estimation, hypothesis testing, correlation and regression. Emphasis on health science. Prerequisite: MATH 118xg or MATH 125.

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39505D | 001 | Lecture | 11:00-11:50am | MWF | 47 of 49 | Cindy Blois | GFS116 |

Matrices, systems of linear equations, vector spaces, linear transformations, eigenvalues, systems of linear differential equations. Prerequisites: MATH 126 or MATH 127.

**Prerequisite:**1 from (MATH 126 or MATH 127)**Note:**Register for one lecture and one discussion listed immediately following that lecture

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

39526D | 001 | Lecture | 10:00-10:50am | MWF | 43 of 49 | Paul Tokorcheck | SOSB4 | ||

39527D | 001 | Discussion | 2:00-2:50pm | Tue, Thu | 22 of 25 | GFS108 | |||

39528D | 001 | Discussion | 3:00-3:50pm | Tue, Thu | 21 of 24 | GFS108 | |||

39530D | 001 | Lecture | 11:00-11:50am | MWF | 48 of 49 | Jason Fulman | SOSB4 | ||

39531D | 001 | Discussion | 8:00-8:50am | Tue, Thu | 24 of 25 | GFS108 | |||

39532D | 001 | Discussion | 9:00-9:50am | Tue, Thu | 24 of 24 | GFS108 | |||

39534D | 001 | Lecture | 12:00-12:50pm | MWF | 44 of 49 | Paul Tokorcheck | VPD116 | ||

39535D | 001 | Discussion | 10:00-10:50am | Tue, Thu | 23 of 25 | GFS108 | |||

39536D | 001 | Discussion | 11:00-11:50am | Tue, Thu | 21 of 24 | GFS108 | |||

39550D | 001 | Lecture | 1:00-1:50pm | MWF | 47 of 49 | Neelesh Tiruviluamala | VKC102 | ||

39551D | 001 | Discussion | 12:00-12:50pm | Tue, Thu | 23 of 25 | GFS108 | |||

39552D | 001 | Discussion | 1:00-1:50pm | Tue, Thu | 24 of 25 | GFS108 | |||

39554D | 001 | Lecture | 2:00-2:50pm | MWF | 48 of 49 | Neelesh Tiruviluamala | SOSB44 | ||

39555D | 001 | Discussion | 2:00-2:50pm | Tue, Thu | 25 of 25 | GFS109 | |||

39556D | 001 | Discussion | 3:00-3:50pm | Tue, Thu | 23 of 24 | GFS109 | |||

39557D | 001 | Lecture | 11:00-11:50am | MWF | 24 of 40 | Aravind Asok | THH118 | ||

39558D | 001 | Discussion | 10:00-10:50am | Tue, Thu | 17 of 25 | KAP245 | |||

39559D | 001 | Discussion | 11:00-11:50am | Tue, Thu | 7 of 25 | KAP245 |

A continuation of MATH 126; vectors, vector valued functions; differential and integral calculus of functions of several variables; Green's theorem.

**Prerequisite:**1 from (MATH 126 or MATH 127)**General Education:**This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.**Note:**Register for one lecture and one discussion listed immediately following that lecture

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

39575D | 001 | Lecture | 9:00-9:50am | MWF | 44 of 50 | David Crombecque | THH114 | ||

39576D | 001 | Discussion | 10:00-10:50am | Tue, Thu | 20 of 25 | THH215 | |||

39577D | 001 | Discussion | 11:00-11:50am | Tue, Thu | 24 of 25 | THH215 | |||

39579D | 001 | Lecture | 10:00-10:50am | MWF | 49 of 51 | David Crombecque | LVL17 | ||

39580D | 001 | Discussion | 10:00-10:50am | Tue, Thu | 24 of 25 | GFS220 | |||

39581D | 001 | Discussion | 11:00-11:50am | Tue, Thu | 25 of 26 | GFS220 | |||

39583D | 001 | Lecture | 11:00-11:50am | MWF | 40 of 52 | Guillaume Dreyer | THH116 | PDF (101797 KB) | |

39584D | 001 | Discussion | 12:00-12:50pm | Tue, Thu | 20 of 25 | GFS220 | |||

39585D | 001 | Discussion | 1:00-1:50pm | Tue, Thu | 20 of 27 | GFS220 | |||

39587D | 001 | Lecture | 12:00-12:50pm | MWF | 40 of 50 | James-Michael Leahy | SOSB4 | ||

39588D | 001 | Discussion | 8:00-8:50am | Tue, Thu | 20 of 26 | GFS207 | |||

39589D | 001 | Discussion | 9:00-9:50am | Tue, Thu | 20 of 24 | GFS207 | |||

39591D | 001 | Lecture | 1:00-1:50pm | MWF | 16 of 40 | Guillaume Dreyer | KAP140 | PDF (101796 KB) | |

39592D | 001 | Discussion | 2:00-2:50pm | Tue, Thu | 9 of 25 | GFS114 | |||

39593D | 001 | Discussion | 3:00-3:50pm | Tue, Thu | 7 of 24 | GFS114 |

A continuation of MATH 127; vectors and vector spaces functions of several variables, partial differential equations, optimization theory, multiple integration; Green's Stokes', divergence theorems. Duplicates credit in MATH 226.

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39540D | 001 | Lecture | 11:00-11:50am | MWF | Canceled | ||||

39541D | 001 | Discussion | 2:00-2:50pm | Tue, Thu | Canceled |

A continuation of 129; vectors, vector valued functions; differential and integral calculus of functions of several variables; Greens theorem. Engineering and physics applications. Prerequisite: MATH 126, or MATH 127, or MATH 129.(Duplicates credit in MATH 226 and MATH 227)

**Prerequisite:**1 from (MATH 126 or MATH 127 or MATH 129)**Note:**Register for one lecture and one discussion listed immediately following that lecture

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39595D | 001 | Lecture | 12:00-12:50pm | MWF | 26 of 49 | Takahiro Sakai | THH210 | ||

39596D | 001 | Discussion | 2:00-2:50pm | Tue, Thu | 21 of 25 | GFS113 | |||

39597D | 001 | Discussion | 3:00-3:50pm | Tue, Thu | 5 of 24 | GFS113 | |||

39598D | 001 | Lecture | 1:00-1:50pm | MWF | 49 of 49 | Takahiro Sakai | GFS118 | ||

39599D | 001 | Discussion | 10:00-10:50am | Tue, Thu | 24 of 25 | GFS213 | |||

39600D | 001 | Discussion | 11:00-11:50am | Tue, Thu | 25 of 25 | GFS213 |

First-order differential equations; second-order linear differential equations; determinants and matrices; systems of linear differential equations; Laplace transforms. Prerequisites: MATH 226 or MATH 227.

**Prerequisite:**1 from (MATH 226 or MATH 227)**Note:**Register for one lecture and one discussion listed immediately following that lecture

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39601D | 001 | Lecture | 9:00-9:50am | MWF | 38 of 49 | Ramtin Sheikhhassani | GFS116 | PDF (79300 KB) | |

39602D | 001 | Discussion | 2:00-2:50pm | Tue, Thu | 25 of 25 | THHB10 | |||

39603D | 001 | Discussion | 3:00-3:50pm | Tue, Thu | 13 of 24 | THHB10 | |||

39605D | 001 | Lecture | 10:00-10:50am | MWF | 46 of 49 | Ricardo Mancera | VKC150 | ||

39606D | 001 | Discussion | 8:00-8:50am | Tue, Thu | 23 of 25 | THHB10 | |||

39607D | 001 | Discussion | 9:00-9:50am | Tue, Thu | 23 of 24 | THHB10 | |||

39609D | 001 | Lecture | 11:00-11:50am | MWF | 49 of 49 | Satwindar Sadhal | THH114 | PDF (34847 KB) | |

39610D | 001 | Discussion | 10:00-10:50am | Tue, Thu | 24 of 25 | THHB10 | |||

39611D | 001 | Discussion | 11:00-11:50am | Tue, Thu | 25 of 25 | THHB10 | |||

39613D | 001 | Lecture | 12:00-12:50pm | MWF | 26 of 49 | Ricardo Mancera | THH114 | ||

39614D | 001 | Discussion | 8:00-8:50am | Tue, Thu | 4 of 25 | VHE214 | |||

39615D | 001 | Discussion | 9:00-9:50am | Tue, Thu | 22 of 24 | VHE214 | |||

39617D | 001 | Lecture | 2:00-2:50pm | MWF | 43 of 49 | Alexander Neshitov | THH114 | ||

39618D | 001 | Discussion | 12:00-12:50pm | Tue, Thu | 22 of 25 | KAP141 | |||

39619D | 001 | Discussion | 1:00-1:50pm | Tue, Thu | 21 of 24 | KAP141 |

Confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, p-values, likelihood ratio, nonparametrics, descriptive statistics, regression, multiple linear regression, experimental design, analysis of variance, categorical data, chi-squared tests, Bayesian statistics.

**Prerequisite:**MATH 307**Note:**Register for lecture and discussion

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39620D | 001 | Lecture | 2:00-2:50pm | MWF | 10 of 20 | Ricardo Mancera | KAP138 | ||

39621D | 001 | Discussion | 9:00-9:50am | Tue, Thu | 10 of 20 | VKC259 |

Systematic approach to solving non-standard and competition level math problems on inequalities, infinite sums and products, combinatorics, number theory, and games.

**Recommended preparation:**MATH 126 or MATH 127.Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39623D | 001 | Lecture | 2:00-3:50pm | Monday | 2 of 15 | Alexander Soibelman | SOSB50 |

Probability spaces, discrete and continuous distributions, moments, characteristic functions, sequences of random variables, laws of large numbers, central limit theorem, special probability laws. Prerequisite: MATH 226 or MATH 227.

**Prerequisite:**1 from (MATH 226 or MATH 227)**Note:**Register for one lecture and one discussion listed immediately following that lecture

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39975D | 001 | Lecture | 10:00-10:50am | MWF | 32 of 49 | Nicolai Haydn | ZHS163 | ||

39976D | 001 | Discussion | 2:00-2:50pm | Tue, Thu | 19 of 25 | KAP159 | |||

39977D | 001 | Discussion | 3:00-3:50pm | Tue, Thu | 13 of 24 | KAP159 | |||

39625D | 001 | Lecture | 12:00-12:50pm | MWF | 43 of 49 | Richard Arratia | KAP156 | ||

39626D | 001 | Discussion | 12:00-12:50pm | Tue, Thu | 23 of 25 | KAP159 | |||

39627D | 001 | Discussion | 1:00-1:50pm | Tue, Thu | 20 of 24 | KAP159 | |||

39628D | 001 | Lecture | 1:00-1:50pm | MWF | 42 of 49 | Jason Fulman | GFS101 | ||

39629D | 001 | Discussion | 10:00-10:50am | Tue, Thu | 20 of 25 | KAP166 | |||

39630D | 001 | Discussion | 11:00-11:50am | Tue, Thu | 22 of 24 | KAP166 |

Principles for testing hypotheses and estimation, confidence intervals, methods of moments, maximum likelihood, information inequality, likelihood ratio tests, goodness of fit and nonparametric methods.

**Prerequisite:**MATH 407**Note:**Register for one lecture and one discussion listed immediately following that lecture

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39631D | 001 | Lecture | 10:00-10:50am | MWF | 46 of 49 | Sergey Lototsky | THH212 | ||

39632D | 001 | Discussion | 2:00-2:50pm | Tue, Thu | 23 of 25 | KAP166 | |||

39633D | 001 | Discussion | 3:00-3:50pm | Tue, Thu | 23 of 24 | KAP166 | |||

39635D | 001 | Lecture | 12:00-12:50pm | MWF | 46 of 49 | Remigijus Mikulevicius | GFS101 | ||

39636D | 001 | Discussion | 8:00-8:50am | Tue, Thu | 23 of 25 | KAP166 | |||

39637D | 001 | Discussion | 9:00-9:50am | Tue, Thu | 23 of 24 | KAP166 |

Sets; relations; groups; homomorphisms; symmetric groups; Abelian groups; Sylow's theorems; introduction to rings and fields. Not open to students with credit in MATH 470. Prerequisite: MATH 225.

**Recommended preparation:**one 400-level Mathematics course, excluding MATH-450.**Prerequisite:**MATH 225**Note:**Register for lecture and discussion

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39639D | 001 | Lecture | 1:00-1:50pm | MWF | 17 of 30 | Jesse Levitt | KAP166 | ||

39640D | 001 | Discussion | 2:00-3:50pm | Thursday | 17 of 30 | KAP167 |

The real number system, metric spaces, limits, continuity, derivatives and integrals, infinite series. Prerequisites: MATH 226 or MATH 227.

**Recommended preparation:**One 400-level Mathematics course, excluding MATH 450.**Prerequisite:**1 from (MATH 226 or MATH 227)**Note:**Register for one lecture and discussion listed immediately following that lecture

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39645D | 001 | Lecture | 9:00-9:50am | MWF | 16 of 30 | Jeremy Toulisse | KAP148 | ||

39646D | 001 | Discussion | 2:00-3:50pm | Tuesday | 16 of 30 | SGM226 | |||

39649D | 001 | Lecture | 10:00-10:50am | MWF | 30 of 30 | Guillermo Reyes Souto | GFS223 | ||

39650D | 001 | Discussion | 2:00-3:50pm | Thursday | 30 of 31 | KAP147 |

Introduction to the theory of numbers, including prime factorization, congruences, primitive roots, N-th power residues, number theoretic functions, and certain diophantine equations. Prerequisites: MATH 126 or MATH 127.

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39648D | 001 | Lecture | 11:00-11:50am | MWF | 21 of 40 | Sheldon Kamienny | WPH207 |

Mathematical induction, counting principles, arrangements, selections, binomial coefficients, generating functions, recurrence relations, inclusion-exclusion, symmetric groups, graphs, Euler and Hamiltonian circuits, trees, graph algorithms; applications. Prerequisite: MATH 225 or MATH 226 or MATH 227.

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39651D | 001 | Lecture | 12:00-12:50pm | MWF | 37 of 40 | Sami Assaf | KAP414 | PDF (114548 KB) |

Vector field theory; theorems of Gauss, Green, and Stokes; Fourier series and integrals; complex variables; linear partial differential equations; series solutions of ordinary differential equations. Prerequisite: (MATH-225 and MATH-226 or MATH-227) or MATH-245.

**Prerequisite:**1 from (MATH 245 or MATH 225) and 1 from (MATH 226 or MATH 227 or MATH 245)**Note:**Register for one lecture and one discussion listed immediately following that lecture

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39661D | 001 | Lecture | 12:00-12:50pm | MWF | 14 of 40 | Chunming Wang | WPHB28 | ||

39662D | 001 | Discussion | 8:00-8:50am | Tue, Thu | 1 of 20 | GFS113 | |||

39663D | 001 | Discussion | 9:00-9:50am | Tue, Thu | 13 of 20 | GFS113 | |||

39665D | 001 | Lecture | 1:00-1:50pm | MWF | 38 of 40 | Robert Sacker,Arnold Deal,Ricardo Mancera | KAP156 | PDF (108978 KB) | |

39666D | 001 | Discussion | 12:00-12:50pm | Tue, Thu | 19 of 20 | GFS113 | |||

39667D | 001 | Discussion | 1:00-1:50pm | Tue, Thu | 19 of 20 | GFS113 |

Mathematical aspects of Machine Learning. PAC Learning, VC-dimension and complexity. Linear predictors (regression, perceptron, SVM). Convex learning and gradient descent. Neural networks and backpropagation.

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39669D | 001 | Lecture | 2:00-2:50pm | MWF | 27 of 30 | Guillermo Reyes Souto | GFS222 |

Evolution of mathematical ideas and techniques as seen through a study of the contributions of eminent mathematicians to the formulation and solution of celebrated problems.

**Recommended preparation:**upper division MATH course.Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39670D | 001 | Lecture | 9:00-9:50am | MWF | 17 of 25 | Nathaniel Emerson | SOSB46 |

Formulation and study of models arising in population dynamics, growth of plankton, pollution of rivers, highway traffic, morphogenesis and tidal dynamics: stability, oscillations, bifurcations, chaos. The lab will consist of computer simulation of models using commercially available software.

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39675D | 001 | Lecture | 10:00-10:50am | MWF | 22 of 25 | Cymra Haskell | KAP138 | ||

39676D | 001 | Discussion | 11:00-11:50am | Tue, Thu | 22 of 25 | VHE206 |

Limits and infinite series; line integrals; conformal mapping; single-valued functions of a complex variable; applications. Primarily for advanced students in engineering. Prerequisites: MATH 226 or MATH 227.

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39682D | 001 | Lecture | 1:00-1:50pm | MWF | 3 of 20 | Matthew Hogancamp | KAP137 |

Individual research and readings. Not available for graduate credit.

**Restriction:**Registration open to the following class level(s): Junior, Senior

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39687D | 001 | 2.0-8.0 | Lecture | TBA | TBA | 5 of 12 | Eric Friedlander | OFFICE |

Lectures on advanced material not covered in regularly scheduled courses. No more than two registrations allowed. Prerequisite: Departmental Approval.

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39691D | 001 | 4.0 | Lecture | 2:00-3:50pm | Wed, Fri | 8 of 20 | Jin Ma | KAP427 |

Lectures directed to mathematics graduate students by faculty of the department and by outside speakers. Problem solving workshops. Graded CR/NC.

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39692R | 001 | Lecture | TBA | TBA | 19 of 25 | Sami Assaf | OFFICE |

Linear equations and matrices, Gauss elimination, error estimates, iteration techniques; contractive mappings, Newton's method; matrix eigenvalue problems; least-squares approximation, Newton-Cotes and Gaussian quadratures; finite difference methods. Prerequisite: linear algebra and calculus.

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39694R | 001 | Lecture | 12:00-12:50pm | MWF | 21 of 35 | Gerrit Welper | GFS207 |

Computational linear algebra; solution of general nonlinear systems of equations; approximation theory using functional analysis; numerical solution of ordinary and partial differential equations.

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39698R | 001 | Lecture | 10:00-10:50am | MWF | 5 of 30 | Chunming Wang | KAP158 |

Markov processes in discrete or continuous time; renewal processes; martingales; brownian motion and diffusion theory; random walks, inventory models, population growth, queuing models, shot noise.

**Prerequisite:**MATH 505A

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39708R | 001 | Lecture | 1:00-1:50pm | MWF | 13 of 30 | Remigijus Mikulevicius | KAP147 |

a: Probability spaces; distributions and characteristic functions; laws of large numbers, central limit problems; stable and infinitely divisible laws; conditional distributions. Prerequisite: 525a or 570. b: Dependence, martingales, ergodic theorems, second-order random functions, harmonic analysis, Markov processes.

**Prerequisite:**MATH 507A

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39716R | 001 | Lecture | 1:00-1:50pm | MWF | 10 of 20 | Ken Alexander | KAP134 |

B: Commutative Algebra: Integrality, Hilbert Basis theorem, Hilbert Nullstellensatz; Modules: modules over PID's, chain conditions, tensor products; Noncommutative Rings: Jacobson radical, Artin-Wedderburn theorem, Maschke's theorem.

**Prerequisite:**MATH 510A

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39724R | 001 | Lecture | 12:00-12:50pm | MWF | 10 of 20 | Marc Hoyois | KAP137 |

Major parametric and non-parametric statistical tools used in biomedical research, computer packages including SAS. Includes laboratory. Lecture, 2 hours; laboratory, 2 hours.

**Prerequisite:**PM 510**Crosslist:**This course is offered by the PM department but may qualify for major credit in MATH. To register, enroll in PM 511a.**Note:**w MPH STUDENTS ..

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41057D | 046 | Lecture | 1:00-2:50pm | Tuesday | Canceled | ||||

41084D | 407 | Lecture | TBA | TBA | 12 of 25 | Amanda Goodrich | ONLINE | ||

41113D | 046 | Lecture-Lab | 10:00-2:00pm | Tuesday | Canceled | ||||

41082D | 046 | Lecture | 1:00-2:55pm | Tuesday | 36 of 50 | Meredith Franklin | SSB115AB | PDF (232346 KB) | |

41059D | 046 | Lab | 3:00-4:50pm | Tuesday | 9 of 35 | Meredith Franklin | SSB116 | ||

41058D | 046 | Lab | 11:00-12:50pm | Tuesday | Canceled | ||||

41083D | 046 | Lab | 11:00-12:55pm | Tuesday | 27 of 35 | Meredith Franklin | SSB115AB | ||

41085D | 407 | Lab | TBA | TBA | 12 of 25 | Amanda Goodrich | ONLINE |

Exploratory data analysis, detection of outliers, fitting data with linear and nonlinear regression models, computer packages including S-PLUS and SPSS.

**Prerequisite:**PM 510**Crosslist:**This course is offered by the PM department but may qualify for major credit in MATH. To register, enroll in PM 511b.

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41063D | 046 | Lecture | 11:05-12:55pm | Friday | 19 of 40 | Wendy MacK | SSB105 | ||

41086D | 407 | Lecture | TBA | TBA | 8 of 25 | Sue Ingles | ONLINE | ||

41065D | 046 | Lab | 1:05-3:00pm | Friday | 19 of 35 | Wendy MacK | SSB105 | ||

41087D | 407 | Lab | TBA | TBA | 8 of 25 | Sue Ingles | ONLINE |

Experimental laboratory trading for financial markets using double auctions: handling statistical packages for data analysis. Practical training in virtual market environments, using financial trading system software.

**Note:**Register for lecture and one discussion

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39726R | 001 | Lecture | 11:00-11:50am | MWF | 30 of 45 | Ting-Kam Wong | KAP140 | ||

39727R | 001 | Discussion | TBA | TBA | 22 of 23 | OFFICE | |||

39728R | 001 | Discussion | TBA | TBA | 8 of 22 | OFFICE |

Theory of analytic functions--power series and integral representations, calculus of residues, harmonic functions, normal families, approximation theorems, conformal mapping, analytical continuation.

**Prerequisite:**MATH 425B

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39734R | 001 | Lecture | 2:00-2:50pm | MWF | 15 of 20 | Nicolai Haydn | KAP134 |

a: Measure and integration over abstract measure spaces, Radon-Nikodym theorem, Fubini's theorem, convergence theorems, differentiation. Prerequisite: 425ab. b: Metric spaces, contraction principle, category, Banach spaces, Riesz representation theorem, properties of Lp, Hilbert spaces, orthogonal expansions, Fourier series and transforms, convolutions. Prerequisite: 525a.

**Prerequisite:**MATH 525A

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39740R | 001 | Lecture | 9:00-9:50am | MWF | 16 of 30 | Christian Zillinger | KAP147 | PDF (171003 KB) |

Advanced topics in stochastic analysis, asset pricing in continuous time, stochastic control, Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman equations, incomplete markets, American options, exotic options, term structure of interest rates. Duplicates credit in the former MATH-506.

**Prerequisite:**MATH 530a

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39741R | 001 | Lecture | 2:00-3:15pm | Wed, Fri | 31 of 40 | Ting-Kam Wong | THH118 |

Elementary theory of manifolds, Lie groups, homogeneous spaces, fiber bundles and connections. Riemannian manifolds, curvature and conjugate points, second fundamental form, other topics. Prerequisite: 440.

**Prerequisite:**MATH 440

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39756R | 001 | Lecture | 11:00-11:50am | MWF | 13 of 20 | Sheel Ganatra | KAP134 |

Parametric families of distributions, sufficiency. Estimation: methods of moments, maximum likelihood, unbiased estimation. Comparison of estimators, optimality, information inequality, asymptotic efficiency. EM algorithm, jacknife and bootstrap.

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39760R | 001 | Lecture | 11:00-11:50am | MWF | 39 of 52 | Sergey Lototsky | LVL17 |

Least squares estimation in the linear model, analysis of variance and covariance, F-test, multiple comparisons, multiple regression, selection of variables; introduction to experimental design. Includes laboratory. Prerequisite: MATH 225, 226 or 226H, and 208x or equivalent.

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39766R | 001 | Lecture-Lab | 9:00-9:50am | MWF | 12 of 25 | Stanislav Minsker | KAP113 | PDF (107349 KB) |

Transfer function models; stationary, nonstationary processes; moving average, autoregressive models; spectral analysis; estimation of mean, autocorrelation, spectrum; seasonal time series. Includes laboratory. Prerequisite: MATH 225, 226 or 226H, and 208x or equivalent.

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39769R | 001 | Lecture-Lab | 9:00-9:50am | MWF | 17 of 50 | Gary Rosen | GFS101 |

Existence, uniqueness and continuation of solutions, differential inequalities, linear systems, Sturm-Liouville theory, boundary value problems, Poincare-Bendixson theory, periodic solutions, perturbations, stability, fixed point techniques.

**Prerequisite:**MATH 425B

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39795R | 001 | Lecture | 12:00-12:50pm | MWF | 8 of 20 | Robert Sacker,Igor Kukavica | KAP165 | PDF (112073 KB) |

Practical experience in computational molecular biology applications. Mathematical and statistical software packages relevant for genomic analysis. Retrieval and analysis of genomic data from databases.

**Recommended preparation:**higher level programming language.**Crosslist:**This course is offered by the BISC department but may qualify for major credit in MATH. To register, enroll in BISC 577a.

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13577D | 001 | Lecture | 2:00-3:50pm | Tuesday | 9 of 19 | Mark Chaisson, Vsevolod Katritch | RRI301 | PDF (214029 KB) |

Applications of the mathematical, statistical and computational sciences to data from molecular biology. Algorithms for genomic sequence data: sequence and map assembly and alignment, RNA secondary structure, protein structure, gene-finding, and tree construction.

**Recommended preparation:**familiarity with the concepts of basic molecular biology as covered in BISC 320.**Prerequisite:**CSCI 570

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39818R | 001 | Lecture | 11:00-12:20pm | Tue, Thu | 10 of 15 | Andrew Smith |

Research leading to the master's degree. Maximum units which may be applied to the degree to be determined by the department. Graded CR/NC.

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39834D | 001 | 1.0-12.0 | Lecture | TBA | TBA | 7 of 20 | Eric Friedlander | OFFICE | ||

39835D | 001 | 1.0 | Lecture | TBA | TBA | 2 of 35 | Jin Ma | OFFICE |

Credit on acceptance of thesis.

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39838R | 001 | Lecture | TBA | TBA | 1 of 10 | OFFICE |

Part-time or full-time, practical work experience in the students field of study. The internship must be located at an off-campus facility. Students are individually supervised by faculty. May not be taken until the student has completed at least one semester of enrollment in the graduate program with a cumulative 3.0 GPA.

**Restriction:**Registration open to the following class level(s): Doctoral Student, Master Student

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39941D | 001 | 1.0 | Lecture | TBA | TBA | 1 of 5 | OFFICE |

Localization, structure of Noetherian rings, integral extensions, valuation theory, graded rings, characteristic functions, local algebra, dimension theory.

**Prerequisite:**MATH 510B

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39943R | 001 | Lecture | 1:00-1:50pm | MWF | 8 of 20 | Aravind Asok | KAP427 |

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39948R | 001 | Lecture | 1:00-3:00pm | Monday | 4 of 10 | Sergey Lototsky | KAP245 |

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39949R | 001 | Lecture | TBA | TBA | 6 of 20 | Eric Friedlander | OFFICE |

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39950D | 001 | Lecture | TBA | TBA | 5 of 10 | Igor Kukavica, Nabil Ziane, Juhi Jang | OFFICE |

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39952R | 001 | Lecture | TBA | TBA | 1 of 15 | Sheel Ganatra | OFFICE |

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39951R | 001 | Lecture | TBA | TBA | 0 of 10 | Aaron Lauda | OFFICE |

Research leading to the doctorate. Maximum units which may be applied to the degree to be determined by the department. Graded CR/NC.

Section | Session | Type | Time | Days | Registered | Instructor | Location | Syllabus | Info |
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39960D | 001 | Lecture | TBA | TBA | 14 of 20 | Eric Friedlander | OFFICE |

Credit on acceptance of dissertation.

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39961D | 001 | Lecture | TBA | TBA | 3 of 10 | OFFICE |