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Classification, clustering, and phylogeny estimation
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Wed, 11 Sep 2002 15:52:06 -0400
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Dear Classification Researcher:

As you are probably aware mixture model clustering approaches are being used
more and more for classification. Therefore, I thought you might be
interested in this year's Statistical Modeling Week workshops, which will be
held in Boston during the week of October 21-25. Jeroen Vermunt and Jay
Magidson will be presenting a workshop on Latent Class and Finite Mixture
Models. The full schedule is as follows:

Introduction to Segmentation Modeling (October 21)
Jay Magidson & Tony Babinec

Applied Probability Models in Marketing: An Introduction. (October 22)
Peter Fader & Bruce Hardie

Latent Class and Finite Mixture Models  (October 23-24)
Jay Magidson & Jeroen Vermunt

Discrete Choice Modeling and Beyond (October 25)
Thomas Eagle & Jeroen Vermunt

FOR COMPLETE CONFERENCE INFORMATION including course descriptions,
registration and hotel information please see the SMW 2002 website at
www.statisticalinnovations.com/ws/schedules.htm.


Sincerely,

Jason Niles
Statistical Modeling Week Conference Director
Statistical Innovations

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