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Olcay Akman

Stevenson Hall - STV 309B
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Current Courses

150.001Fundamentals Of Statistical Reasoning

352.001Probability and Statistical Inference for Educators

Teaching Interests & Areas


Journal Article

Akman, F., Akman, O., & Hallam, J. Maximum likelihood estimation using accelerated genetic algorithms. Journal of Applied Statistical Science 18.3 (2011): 1-7.
Akman, F., Akman, O., & Hallam, J. Genetic algorithms with shrinking population size. Computational Statistics 25 (2010): 691.
Akman, O. Information Complexity Based Modeling in the Presence of Length-Biased Sampling. J. of Stat.Theory and Practice 4.1 (2010): 45-55.
Akman, O., & Hallam, J. Natural selection at work: an accelerated evolutionary computing approach to predictive model selection. Frontiers in Systems Biology 4.33 (2010): 1-5.
Akman, O., Jannot, J., & Juliano, S. Density-dependent polyphenism and geographic variation in size among two populations of lubber grasshoppers (Romalea microptera). Ecological Entomology 34 (2009): 644-651.


Did He Do It? Statistical Analysis of OJ Simpon Trial. Chicago State University. (2012)
On the Self Organizing Maps. Benedictine University. (2012)
Symp. on Biomathematics and Ecology: Education and Research. Univ. of Portland. (2011)
Teaching talk on teaching on-line statistics courses. the Joint Meetings of the American Statistical Association and Inst. of Mathematical Statistics. (2011)
AMS Special Session on Biomathematics: Modeling in Biology, Ecology, and Epidemiology. The Joint Meetings of the AMS and MAA. (2010)
Symp. on Biomathematics and Ecology: Education and Research. Marriott Conf. Center. (2010)
Symp. On Biomathematics and Ecology: Research and Education. Izmir Univ. of Econ. (2009)

Grants & Contracts

CRUI: Physiology and fitness consequences of different life history. National Science Foundation CRUI. Federal. (2005)