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Case Western Reserve University


Statistics Professor

Case Western Reserve University


Case Western University , Cleveland


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www.insidehighereducation.com

Ramani Sri Pilla, a Case Western Reserve University statistics professor, will go to jail for six months and repay tens of thousands of dollars for having mailed racially-charged hate letters to herself and then claiming they came from various colleagues.
For good measure, she sued the school for not protecting her. But it is the schools which must protect themselves against sociopaths' exploitation of campus anxiety about hate speech. UD has chronicled on this page, and on her (just redesigned!) flagship campus, many instances of students as well as professors who, for obscure psychological or obvious professional reasons, attempt to destroy the lives of innocent people by setting them up to look like threatening bigots. It's scary to consider how easily, but for their own stupidity, some of these people might have gotten away with it. In the case of Pilla, for instance, UD figures the FBI thought it mighty weird -- statistically significant -- that she kept getting letter after letter from so many colleagues... As this fool thought of more and more people on the faculty she wanted to destroy, she sent out more and more letters under their names, the very profusion of which must have interested investigators. Had she been smart enough to still her pen after one or two letters, she might have gotten away with it.


www.sciencedaily.com [cached]

Simulation and Visualization Credit: Ramani S. Pilla, Catherine Loader and Cyrus C. TaylorCase faculty members Ramani Pilla and Catherine Loader from statistics and Cyrus Taylor from physics report their findings in the article, "A New Technique for Finding Needles in Haystacks: A Geometric Approach to Distinguishing between a New Source and Random Fluctuations," December 2, in the journal, Physical Review Letters. "Methods used in high-energy particle physics problems traditionally have searched for any departure from a background model; that is, anything that is not a haystack," said Pilla, the project leader."The probabilistic problem associated with this scenario is reduced to one of finding the areas of certain regions on the surface of high-dimensional spheres," explains Pilla. "Through my collaborative work with Professors Pilla and Loader, we will be able to develop powerful statistical tests for detecting a signal from noisy data with high probability, a fundamental problem encountered in many scientific disciplines."


www.insidehighered.com [cached]

Ramani Sri Pilla, a Case Western Reserve University statistics professor, will go to jail for six months and repay tens of thousands of dollars for having mailed racially-charged hate letters to herself and then claiming they came from various colleagues.For good measure, she sued the school for not protecting her.But it is the schools which must protect themselves against sociopaths' exploitation of campus anxiety about hate speech.UD has chronicled on this page, and on her (just redesigned!) flagship campus, many instances of students as well as professors who, for obscure psychological or obvious professional reasons, attempt to destroy the lives of innocent people by setting them up to look like threatening bigots.It's scary to consider how easily, but for their own stupidity, some of these people might have gotten away with it.In the case of Pilla, for instance, UD figures the FBI thought it mighty weird , statistically significant , that she kept getting letter after letter from so many colleagues ... As this fool thought of more and more people on the faculty she wanted to destroy, she sent out more and more letters under their names, the very profusion of which must have interested investigators.Had she been smart enough to still her pen after one or two letters, she might have gotten away with it.


www.physics.ox.ac.uk [cached]

Dr Ramani S. Pilla (Case Western University, Cleveland)


www.eurekalert.org [cached]

Case faculty members Ramani Pilla and Catherine Loader from statistics and Cyrus Taylor from physics report their findings in the article, "A New Technique for Finding Needles in Haystacks: A Geometric Approach to Distinguishing between a New Source and Random Fluctuations," December 2, in the journal, Physical Review Letters. "Methods used in high-energy particle physics problems traditionally have searched for any departure from a background model; that is, anything that is not a haystack," said Pilla, the project leader."The probabilistic problem associated with this scenario is reduced to one of finding the areas of certain regions on the surface of high-dimensional spheres," explains Pilla. "Through my collaborative work with Professors Pilla and Loader, we will be able to develop powerful statistical tests for detecting a signal from noisy data with high probability, a fundamental problem encountered in many scientific disciplines." For information, contact Pilla at 216-368-5013 or visit http://stat.case.edu/~pillar/PRL/PRL.htm.


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