As a PhD slug majoring in Applied Math and Statistics (AMS) at UC Santa Cruz, I, Cheng-Han Yu, create this webpage collecting some of my courework of my PhD studies.

Feel free to reach me at cheyu@soe.ucsc.edu if you have any questions or anything fun to share. See Biography to know more about me.

- AMS225 Homework
- Homework 1 (01/21/2014) Matrix algebra and multivariate normal distributions
- Homework 2 (01/28/2014) Multivariate normal inference
- Homework 3 (02/04/2014) Multivariate regression
- Homework 4 (02/13/2014) Principal Component Analysis
- Homework 5 (03/06/2014) Linear discriminant analysis and canonical correlation analysis

- AMS245 Homework
- Homework 1 (04/14/2015) Gaussian process, Covariance function, Covariogram, Semi-variogram
- Homework 2 (04/23/2015) Matern family, Spectral representation, K-L representation
- Homework 3 (05/7/2015) Data Analysis: MLE and Empirical variogram
- Homework 4 (Midterm) (05/19/2015) Data analysis: Bayesian spatial linear regression
- Homework 5 (06/02/2015) Process Convolution, Gaussian Markov Random Fields
- Homework 6 (06/09/2015) Spatial binary regression