[ US /ˈbeɪz/ ]
  1. English mathematician for whom Bayes' theorem is named (1702-1761)
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  • The method is to derive the maximum a posteriori estimate of the regions and the boundaries by using Bayesian inference and neighborhood constraints based on Markov random fields(MRFs) models.
  • Bayesian network is a powerful knowledge representation for decomposing joint probability ( or probability density ).
  • For Bayesians, the most important probabilistic rule of inference is given by a principle of conditionalization. Bayesian Epistemology
  • A dual isomorphic Bayesian network model for medium voltage distribution system reliability re - assessment is also proposed.
  • * A denizen is precisely determined by calculating the generalized autoregressive conditional heteroscedascticity of the standard deviation of "residents", passed through a Bayesian filter, and finally normalized through a time-delay, reentrant neural net optimized with genetic algorithm parameter narrowing. Countdown to SL backlash
  • Just one month ago, Caterina Bayes was so afraid of dirtying her spotless Colchester home, she refused to let relatives and friends across the doorstep.
  • The mathematics used in this field, such as conditional probabilities and Bayes' Theorem, are covered by fairly elementary arithmetic and probability theory.
  • Bayesian analysis of sparse anisotropic universe models and application to the 5-yr WMAP data A New CMB Anomaly?
  • However, science operates within a hypothetico-deductive-Bayesian framework, and cosmology is no exception here. Primeval music
  • The next two or three years will give you the chance to specialise a bit more, perhaps in cryptology, group theory, fluid dynamics, mathematical biology or Bayesian statistics. Mathematics
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