As part of the Completion Exercise for the Master of Science in Statistical Science, you may write and present your Master's Thesis. This oral examination is administered by your Master's Committee.
The Thesis consists of a detailed written report on a project approved by the M.S. Director, covering aspects of your contribution to the project area:
- summary of contributions and results
- discussion of open questions
- bibliographic material
The Master's Thesis and its submission must conform to the Duke University Graduate School M.S. thesis requirements.
Thesis titles of the Spring 2018 Graduates
|A Bayesian Strategy to the 20 Question Game with Applications to Recommender Systems|
|Applied Factor Dynamic Analysis for Macroeconomic Forecasting|
|A Theory of Statistical Inference for Ensuring the Robustness of Scientific Results|
|Bayesian Inference Via Partitioning Under Differential Privacy|
|Differentially Private Verifications of Predictions from Synthetic Data|