ISU  MAT 356 Syllabus, Spring 2004 
Course:  MAT 356 Statistical Computing 
Lecture:  Mon./Wed./Thurs. 1:00  1:50 P.M. at 310 Stevenson Hall 
Lab:  Friday 1:00  1:50 P.M. at 440 Stevenson Hall 
Course Homepage:  http://www.math.ilstu.edu/dhkim/356.html 
Textbooks:  Simulation, by Sheldon Ross (3rd edition) 
References:

(1) Practical Regression and Anova in R, by Faraway: http://www.stat.lsa.umich.edu/~faraway/book/pra.pdf
(2) Applied Linear Statistical Models, by Neter et. al. (3) Experiments: Planning, Analysis, and Parameter Design Optimization, by Wu and Hamada. 
Instructor:  Dr. DongYun Kim 
Office:  309A Stevenson Hall 
Phone:  (309) 4387788 
Email:  dhkim@ilstu.edu 
Office Hours:  2:00  2:50 P.M. MWRF 
Grade Assignment  Percent of Grade 
Homework problems  30% 
Midterm exam  20% 
Final exam  30% 
Project  10% 
Lab assignment  10% 
Lecture:  This course consists of three parts: regression, design of experiments, and 
computer simulation. Tentative schedule is as follows: In part I, we cover the simple and multiple linear regression and logistic regression in the first four weeks. In part II, we review oneway ANOVA and continue to twoway ANOVA, randomized block design, Latin square design and full factorial design. In part III, we cover more computationally intensive topics. For weekly schedule and exam dates, refer to http://www.math.ilstu.edu/dhkim/M356/sch356.html. Lecture notes will be available on the course website.  
Homeworks:  Homeworks are assigned at regular intervals. Each student is expected to turn in 
his/her work by the specified due date. On rare occasions, extension of the due date is granted at the instructor's sole discretion.  
Lab:  Friday classes are held in the computer room. Handson experience with data are 
emphasized. We use SPSS, SAS and R for computing and data analysis purpose. Since this is a computing oriented course, syntax based programming is strongly encouraged. Lab notes will be posted each week prior to the class.  
Lab Quiz:  Quiz problems are assigned in lab each week. Students are expected to turn in the answers in timely manner. 
Grade:  Letter grade does not follow a curve. If your grade is at least 90, your letter grade is A; at least 80 and letter grade is B and so on. 