Michael Klass
Professor of Statistics, Professor of Mathematics
Department of Statistics
(510) 642-2411

Research Expertise and Interest

statistics, mathematics, probability theory, combinatorics independent random variables, iterated logarithm, tail probabilities, functions of sums


Michael Klass' interests are in probability theory. He has done research on sums of independent random variables, laws of the iterated logarithm, approximations of tail probabilities, operator limit theorems for sums of independent random vectors, expectations of functions of sums of fixed n and random numbers of random variables, as well as arbitrary self-normalized sums.

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