James Stephen Marron

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Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles 1982 UnitedStates
Dissertation: Optimal Rates of Convergence in Nonparametric Discrimination

Advisor: Charles Joel Stone

Students:
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NameSchoolYearDescendants
Ahn, JeongyounThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill2006
Aldershof, BrianThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1991
Brooks, MariaThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1991
Cheng, Ming-YenThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill19941
Chu, ChihThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1989
Farmen, MarkThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1996
Feng, QingThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill2016
Gaydos, TravisThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill2008
Halim, SianaTechnische Universität Kaiserslautern2005
Huang, HanwenThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill2011
Izem, RimaThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill2004
Jung, SungkyuThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill2011
Lee, MyungThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill2007
Li, Run-ZeThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill200038
Liu, XuxinThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill2007
Locantore, NicolasThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill2001
Park, JuhyunThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill2004
Patil, PrakashThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill19906
Qiao, XingyeThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill20101
Rondonotti, VitalianaUniversità di Roma La Sapienza1999
Samarov, DanielThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill2009
Wang, HaonanThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill20032
Wang, XiaohuiThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill2004
Yang, Li-JianThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill199519
Yuan, YingThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill2011
Zhang, Jin-TingThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill19995
Zhang, LingsongThe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill2007

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