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Approximate Bayesian Inference via Rejection Filtering

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    2 1 Bayesian Inference using Approximate Rejection Sampling Having used resampling to unify rejection sampling and particle filtering
  2. we can significantly im- prove the complexity of the resulting rejection filtering algorithm by relaxing from exact rejection sampling Approximate rejection sampling is similar to rejection sampling except that it does not require that P(Ejx) E This means

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    2 Examples of successful Bayesian models 3 Laplace and Variational Inference 4 Basic Sampling Algorithms 5 Markov chain Monte Carlo algorithms 2 References/Acknowledgements Chris Bishop’s book: Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning
  3. chapter 11 (many gures are borrowed from this book) David MacKay’s book: Information Theory
  4. Inference
  5. and Learning Algorithms
  6. chapters 29-32


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    Approximate Inference using MCMC - MIT

    Approximate Inference using MCMC 9 520 Class 22 Ruslan Salakhutdinov BCS and CSAIL
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  8. chapter 11 (many figures are borrowed


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    Approximate Bayesian Computation in Population Genetics

    Approximate Bayesian Computation in Population Genetics Mark A Beaumont
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  10. The University of Reading
  11. Whiteknights
  12. Reading RG6 6AJ
  13. United Kingdom
  14. †Institute of Mathematics and Statistics
  15. University of Kent
  16. Canterbury
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  24. & Yk} Connaissance a priori (Expertise) Connaissance après mise à jour Grande imprécision ò = Q q q q q q q d Y [ ][ ] [ ][ ] [ ] Y Y La précision sur


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