Posts Tagged ‘ Jim Berger ’

Savage-Dickey [talk]

March 19, 2010
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Savage-Dickey [talk]

Here are the slides for the Savage-Dickey paradox paper that I gave in San Antonio this morning: (Any suspected coincidence of the first part with earlier talks is for real!) I have tried to spell out as clearly as possible in the second part the issues of version choices that are at the core of

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Short Monte Carlo course in San Antonio

January 21, 2010
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Short Monte Carlo course in San Antonio

Just a reminder that I will teach a very short course on March 17 in San Antonio, Texas, based on our “Introducing Monte Carlo Methods with R” book, in the first day of the meeting  Frontiers of Statistical Decision Making and Bayesian Analysis, in honour of Jim Berger, There still are a

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