Jay Beder
beder@uwm.eduEng & Math Sciences E485

Jay Beder

Professor Emeritus
Mathematical Sciences - General

Web: Personal Website

Educational Degrees

  • PhD, Mathematical Statistics, George Washington, 1981
  • MA, SUNY at Buffalo, 1971
  • BA, Clark University, 1968

Teaching Awards

  • UWM Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching Award, 2003
  • Martine D. Meyer Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, 2002

Research Interests

  • Inference for Gaussian processes, and applications to evolutionary biology
  • Design of experiments and combinatorial design

Selected Publications

Beder, Jay H. Linear Models and Design. Springer Nature, 2022.
Beder, Jay H., and Dean, Angela. “Cyclic generation of saturated orthogonal arrays.” Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice 15.4 (2021): 1-29.
Beder, Jay H., and Beder, Jesse S. “Generalized wordlength patterns and strength.” Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 144. (2014): 41-46.
Beder, Jay H., and Diestelkamp, Wiebke S. “Box-Hunter resolution in nonregular fractional factorial designs.” Journal of Statistical Theory and Practice 3.4 (2009): 879--889.
Beder, Jay H., and Willenbring, Jeb F. “Invariance of generalized wordlength patterns.” J. Statist. Plann. Inference 139.8 (2009): 2706--2714.
Beder, Jay H., and Gomulkiewicz, Richard. “Optimizing selection for function-valued traits.” Journal of Mathematical Biology 139.8 (2007): 861-882.

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Jay Beder on MathSciNet