Richard B. Goldstein, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics
|Mathematics & Computer Science
V-mail (401) 865-2636
|Schedule - Spring 2014 |
|8:30 - 9:45
||MTH 217 - F 312
||MTH 217 - F 312|
|10:00 - 11:15
||MTH 223 - F 312
||MTH 223 - F 312|
|11:30 - 12:45
|1:00 - 2:15
||MTH 108 - F 312
||MTH 108 - F 312|
B.S. Columbia University (School of Engineering & Applied Sciences)
Sc.M. Brown University (Applied Mathematics)
Ph.D. Brown University (Applied Mathematics)
My academic family tree
shows doctoral descendants from Ulf Grenander (my thesis advisor) back to Cramer, Bessel, Weierstrass, and Gauss.
Mathematical Methods, Finite Mathematics, Calculus (I, II, and III), Linear Algebra, Statistics, Differential Equations, Advanced Calculus I and II (now Real Analysis), Mathematics of Science, Complex Variables, Numerical Analysis I and II, Mathematical Statistics I and II, Introduction to Programming & Data Analysis, Business Statistics, Operations Research, and Computer Systems.
: Pearson & Johnson distributions, Simulation, Distributions with scroll bar, Convolution with graphics, random number generation
 Numerical Analysis
: Solutions of Equations, Interpolation, Numerical Differentiation & Integration, Differential Equations, Minimization
: Sun positions, sundials, 2-D rendering of 3-D, general graphics pad
Medical Research Interests
Medical statistics especially related to diagnosis of diseases, Numerical Analysis, Differential Equations, Computer Graphics. Article in Spectrum
Reference Values: Genesis and the Distributions that Describe Them
by Horace Martin, PhD, MD and Richard Goldstein, PhD, Inkwater Press, Portland, Oregon July 2007.
A Model of the Oral Glucose Tolerance Test that Defines the Gastric Emptying Process
International Journal of Chemical Modeling (Int J Chem Model) pp 67-84, Volume 2, Issue 1- Horace Martin, Richard Goldstein, Joanne Hologgitas, and Marc Weinberg