The Japanese Warring States: A Statistical Study
The Warring States period, also known as “Sengoku Jidai” is the period known within the archipelago between 1467-1615. An era known for its brutality and heroic displays thanks to constant social upheaval, civil wars, and power struggles. This study attempts to show a historical analysis of all the major events that transpired during this period. The nation was unified three separate times, under three vastly different ruling entities. During which a multitude of clans took part in shaping the history of the modern nation, as we know it today.
Battles, Army Counts, Battle Locations, Sieges, Naval Tactics, Battle Instigations, Forced Defenses, Japanese Prefectures/Regions, and Political Conspiracies are all taken into account in this study. Using regression and prediction analysis techniques, we produce this statistical and historical recap and take a look back at one of the most infamous periods in time.
- Done in partial fulfillment of the Statistics minor.
- May 26, 2022 at 4:00pm
- Room: SMC A-203
- Advisor: Ole J. Forsberg
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