Posts Tagged ‘ Bristol ’

structure and uncertainty, Bristol, Sept. 26

September 26, 2012
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structure and uncertainty, Bristol, Sept. 26

Another day full of interesting and challenging—in the sense they generated new questions for me—talks at the SuSTain workshop. After another (dry and fast) run around the Downs; Leo Held started the talks with one of my favourite topics, namely the theory of g-priors in generalized linear models. He did bring a new perspective on

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relevant, revised, & resubmitted

May 7, 2012
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relevant, revised, & resubmitted

We have now completed our revision of the paper Relevant statistics for Bayesian model choice, written with Judith Rousseau, Jean-Michel Marin, and Natesh Pillai. It has been resubmitted to Series B and reposted on arXiv. The major change in the paper is the inclusion of a check about the relevance of a given summary statistics,

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Stochastic approximation in Bristol

September 2, 2010
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Stochastic approximation in Bristol

This is very short notice, but for those in the vicinity and not at the RSS conference, there is a highly interesting workshop taking place in Bristol in ten days (I would certainly have gone, had I not been at the same time in Banff!): We would like to invite you to contribute to our

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Julian Besag 1945-2010

August 7, 2010
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Julian Besag 1945-2010

I have just learned that Julian Besag passed away last morning in Bristol after being admitted to the hospital two weeks ago. He was a leading figure of our field, a fiercely independent thinker, a brilliant statistician, and undoubtedly the clearest pretendent to having fathered MCMC. His influence on the field of spatial statistics will

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