Posts Tagged ‘ variational Bayes methods ’

tenured research position with ABC skills!

February 2, 2012
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tenured research position with ABC skills!

I just received this announcement for the opening of a (tenured/civil servant) position in the national research institute in biostatistics, genetics, and agronomy, INRA: Position opening with profile Approximate inference techniques in complex systems Key activities and required skills: You will develop methodological research in the field of statistical inference for models used in environmental

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expectation-propagation and ABC

August 23, 2011
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expectation-propagation and ABC

“It seems quite absurd to reject an EP-based approach, if the only alternative is an ABC approach based on summary statistics, which introduces a bias which seems both larger (according to our numerical examples) and more arbitrary, in the sense that in real-world applications one has little intuition and even less mathematical guidance on to

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