Computational Algebraic Statistics and its Applications
 Date
 June 26 (Tue) at 10:00  16:30, 2018 (JST)
 Speaker

 Satoshi Aoki (Professor, Department of Mathematics, Kobe University)
 Language
 Japanese
Lecture 1 (10:0011:30)
An introduction of Groebner bases of polynomial rings
Lecture 2 (13:0014:30)
Groebner bases theory in design of experiments
Lecture 3 (15:0016:30)
Groebner bases theory in sampling problems of contingency tables
This introductory lecture is about statistical theory from the point of view of the computational algebraic statistics, in particular the applications of Groebner bases. The statistical theory is a fundamental tool in natural science, social science and humanities, and the Groebner basis is a topic related to multivariable polynomials. The Lecture will start from an introduction to the Groebner basis which would have wide applications in mathematics, physics, biology, chemistry, engineering, information science and computer science. Therefore, we welcome scientists in any field who are interested in this subject.
The event official language is Japanese (slides and writing are in English).