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Why shrinking priors shrink ?

October 19, 2015
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Why shrinking priors shrink ?

Hello there ! While I was in Amsterdam, I took the opportunity to go and work with the Leiden crowd, an more particularly with Stéphanie van der Pas and Johannes Schmidt-Heiber. Since Stéphanie had already obtained neat results for the Horseshoe prior and Johannes had obtained some super cool results for the spike and slab prior, […]

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Why shrinking priors shrink ?

October 19, 2015
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Why shrinking priors shrink ?

Hello there ! While I was in Amsterdam, I took the opportunity to go and work with the Leiden crowd, an more particularly with Stéphanie van der Pas and Johannes Schmidt-Heiber. Since Stéphanie had already obtained neat results for the Horseshoe prior and Johannes had obtained some super cool results for the spike and slab prior, […]

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A glimps of Inverse Problems

November 15, 2012
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A glimps of Inverse Problems

Hi folks ! Last Tuesday a seminar on Bayesian procedure for inverse problems took place at CREST. We had time for two presentations of young researchers Bartek Knapik and Kolyan Ray. Both presentations deal with the problem of observing a noisy version of a linear transform of the parameter of interest where is a linear […]

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