Applied Mathematics
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11APM  ZK 
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 Department of Applied Mathematics
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Descriptive statistics. Probability, conditional probability, Bayes theorem. Random variable, random vector, joint and marginal probability distribution, independence. Some discrete and continuous distributions. Mixed distributions. Finite mixture of distributions. Point estimation. Interval estimation. Hypothesis testing. Regression and correlation analysis. Simple graphs, multigraphs, labeled graph, planar graph, Euler´s formula. Fourcolor problem. Euler Circuit, Hamilton circuit and directed graphs. Algorithms for finding distances in digraphs  Dijkstra´s algorithm. Weighted graphs, shortest paths and minimal spanning trees. A depth first spanning tree, a breadth first spanning tree. Adjacency matrices. Flows in networks, FordFulkerson´s algorithm.
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