Date  Speaker
 Topic

Sept 25 
Ted Hill (Georgia Tech)

Five corollaries in need of a theorem 
Oct 2 
Jim Dai (Georgia Tech)

Queueing networks in heavy traffic: current status 
Oct 9 
Rafal Latala (Georgia Tech and Warsaw University)

Estimation of moments of sums of independent random variables 
Oct 16 
Miguel Arcones (University of Texas, Austin)

Limit theorems under long range dependence conditions 
Oct 23 
Michael Maxwell (Georgia Tech)

A central limit theorem for Markov chains 
Oct 30 
Don McNickle (University of Canterbury)

Two applications of Queueing Theory 
Nov 6 
Prasad Tetali (Georgia Tech)

A survey of results on the hardcore lattice gas model 
Nov 13 
Bob Foley (Georgia Tech)

Join the shortest queue: stability and exact asymptotics 
Nov 20 
Ron Fox (Georgia Tech)

Rectified Brownian Movement in Molecular and Cell Biology 
Dec 4 
Christian Houdre (Georgia Tech)

Some JackknifeBased Deviation Inequalities 
Jan 15 
Bartek Blaszczyszyn (University of Wroclaw)

Factorial Moment Expansion for Functionals of Point Processes
With Application to Approximations of Stochastic Models 
Jan 22 
David McDonald (University of Ottawa)

Do birds of a feather flock together?
(Testing for a nonhomogeneous Poisson process) 
Jan 29 
John Elton (Georgia Tech, Math)

Convex Domination of Probability Measures 
Feb 5 
Y. L. Tong (Georgia Tech, Math)

The Role of the Covariance Matrix in the LeastSquares Estimation
for a Common Mean 
Feb 12 
Carlangelo Liverani (University of Rome, Italy)

Central Limit Theorem for Dynamical Systems 
Feb 19 
Philippe Barbe (Math, Georgia Tech and CNRS, France)

A Sharp Petrov Type Large Deviation Formula 
Feb 26 
Tito Manlio Homem de Mello (ISyE, Georgia Tech)

Estimation of Derivatives of Nonsmooth Performance Measures
in Regenerative Systems 
Mar 5 
Sergey Bobkov (Math, Georgia Tech)

LogSobolev Inequality for Poisson Measure
and its Application to Large Deviations 
Mar 12 
Soren Asmussen (Lund University)

Large Deviations Type Results in the Presence of
Heavy Tails 
Mar 19 
Sabine Schlegel (University of Ulm)

Ruin Probabilities in Perturbed Risk Models 
Apr 2 
Daryl J. Dayley (School of Math Sciences,
Australian National University)

Long Range Dependence of Point Processes 
Apr 9 
Dick Serfozo (ISyE, Georgia Tech)

Departure Processes in Long Tandem and Treelike Networks are
Asymptotically Poisson 
Apr 16 
Carl Spruill (Math, Georgia Tech)

Asymptotically Optimal Designs for Testing in Logistic Regression 
Apr 23 
Otis Jennings (ISyE, Georgia Tech)

Stability of ellLimited Polling Policy 
Apr 30 
Lisa Bloomer (Math, Georgia Tech)

Constructing Natural Random Probability Measures 