Dr. Marlo Brown
Associate Professor of Mathematics
- Office Location:
- Dunleavy Hall, Room 343
I am currently creating algorithms to detect changes in the arrival rates of count data. I am looking at calculating the probability of a change and quickest detection procedures that minimize cost of wrong decision. I have studied both single variable and multiple category data. I have also investigated the cases where the arrival rates before and after the change are both known and unknown. This has multiple applications to industry, education, and medicine.
Ph. D. SUNY Binghamton Mathematical Sciences, 2004;
M.A. SUNY Binghamton Mathematical Sciences, 2001
M.A. SUNY Buffalo Statistics, 1998
I am currently course coordinator for MATH 102 Elementary Statistics, and MATH 201 Business statistics. I am also chair of the Statistics minor. For the University, I am a member of Academic Senate and Academic Standards and Planning. I serve on the Project NExT advisory committee (which organizes teaching workshops for new faculty in the Mathematical Association of America MAA). I am also active in Colonial Heights Free Methodist Church.