New, much tighter confidence intervals for the mean!
It is far tighter than so-called envelope methods and uses the same weak
set of assumptions. For the first time, it gives useful confidence intervals even when the sample size is small (less than 30).
Can you admit me to the Computer Vision Laboratory?
I receive a large number of emails from students asking me to look at
their resumes and whether I am willing to be their
advisors. Unfortunately, I do not have the time to reply to all of
these individually. If you want to work with me, please apply to the
Ph.D. program at UMass Amherst, and if you are admitted, then we can
discuss research possibilities.
Every spring, UMass admits a small number of students into its various
educational programs. A good starting point is the graduate
admissions page, which contains guidelines for admission and
descriptions of the various programs. I don't admit students, the
University and the Department does. If you want to work with me, you
first need to be admitted to UMass Amherst. Once you are admitted, we
can discuss the possibility of you working in the Computer Vision