Department of Statistics Penn State University Eberly College of Science Department of Statistics
2003-2004 Chemerda Lectures in Science by John Nash Jr.
(A Beautiful Mind)


John F. Nash Jr. Research Publications of G. Jogesh Babu Statisatical Challenges in Modern Astronomy Astrostatistics Statistical Challenges in Modern Astronomy II John F. Nash
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John  Forbes Nash Jr. of Princeton University, 
winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1994.

Monday, October 27, 2003
Ideal Money and Asymptotically Ideal Money.    (Video Reference #:  M030383 Video Reproduction Information)
Discussion of how the global competition of various monetary schemes and currencies may lead to the evolution of a system or systems of money of higher quality.

Tuesday, October 28, 2003
An Interesting Equation with Relevance to Space-Time and Gravitational Waves.    (Video Reference #:  M030384 Video Reproduction Information)
This lecture is on a specific 4th-order covariant tensor equation and its possible interest in relation to generalized theories of space-time and gravitational waves.

Wednesday, October 29, 2003
Studying Cooperative Games by Modeling the Actions of the Players in a Non-Cooperative Game Involving Agencies.
(Graphs: a,   b,   c.   Slides: 1,   2.)    (Video Reference #:  M030385 Video Reproduction Information)
Discussion of a new computational approach to the old challenge of understanding cooperation through the study of the selfishly motivated actions of individual participants.


Nash and Jogesh Babu
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James Rosenberger, John Nash, Jogesh Babu and C R Rao
Bonnie, Jennifer, Nash and Laurie

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2003-2004 Chemerda Lecture Series Selection Committee: G. Jogesh Babu (Chair);
Donald Richards; and Dale Brownawell.