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Associate Professor of Statistical Science

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Joon Jin Song, Ph.D

Associate Professor of Statistical Science

Education
Ph.D., Statistics, Texas A&M University, 2004
M.S., Statistics, Kyungpook National University, Korea, 1999
B.S., Yeungnam University, Korea, 1997

Major area of research
Spatial Statistics, Functional Data Analysis, Bioinformatics

Courses currently teaching
• 3381 Probability and Statistics
• 5377 Spatial Statistics
• 5362 Time Series Analysis

Biography

Selected Publications

Song, J. J. and Kim, J.-M. (2012). Bayesian analysis of randomized response sum score variables. Communications in Statistics: Theory and Methods 41, 1875-1884.

Song, J. J. and De Oliveira, V. (2012). Bayesian model selection in spatial lattice models. Statistical Methodology 9, 228-238.

Anbarci, N., Boyd, J., Floehr, E., Lee, J., and Song, J. J. (2011). Population and income sensitivity of private and public weather forecasting. Regional Science and Urban Economics 41, 124-133.

Lee, K., Joo, Y., Song, J. J., and Harper, D. W. (2011). Analysis of zero-inflated clustered count data: A marginalized model approach. Computational Statistics and Data Analysis 55, 824-837.

Song, J. J., Ren, Y., and Yan, F. (2009). Classification for high-throughput data with an optimal subset of principal components. Computational Biology and Chemistry 33, 408-413.

De Oliveira, V. and Song, J. J. (2008). Bayesian analysis of simultaneous autoregressive models. Sankhya B 70-B, 323-350.

Song, J. J., Deng, W., Lee, H.-J., and Kwon, D. (2008). Optimal classification for time-course microarray data using functional data analysis. Computational Biology and Chemistry 32, 426-432.

Song, J. J., Ghosh, M., Miaou, S.-P., and Mallick, B. (2006). Bayesian multivariate spatial models for roadway traffic crash mapping. Journal of Multivariate Analysis 97, 246-273.