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Bayesian Statistics and New Generations

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This book presents a selection of peer-reviewed contributions to the fourth Bayesian Young Statisticians Meeting, BAYSM 2018, held at the University of Warwick on 2-3 July 2018. The meeting provided a valuable opportunity for young researchers, MSc students, PhD students, and postdocs interested in Bayesian statistics to connect with the broader Bayesian community. The proceedings offer cutting-edge papers on a wide range of topics in Bayesian statistics, identify important challenges and investigate promising methodological approaches, while also assessing current methods and stimulating applications. The book is intended for a broad audience of statisticians, and demonstrates how theoretical, methodological, and computational aspects are often combined in the Bayesian framework to successfully tackle complex problems.


Raffaele Argiento is an Assistant Professor of Statistics at the Department of Economic, Social, Mathematical and Statistical Sciences (ESOMAS), University of Turin, Italy. He is member of the board for the Ph.D. in Modeling and Data Science at the same University and affiliated to the "de Castro" Statistics initiative hosted by the Collegio Carlo Alberto, Turin. His research focuses on Bayesian parametric and nonparametric methods from both theoretical and applied viewpoints. He is the executive director of the Applied Bayesian Summer School (ABS) and a member of the BAYSM board.

Daniele Durante is an Assistant Professor of Statistics at the Department of Decision Sciences, Bocconi University, Italy, and a Research Affiliate at the Bocconi Institute for Data Science and Analytics (BIDSA). His research is characterized by its use of an interdisciplinary approach at the intersection of Bayesian methods, modern applications, and statistical learning to develop flexible and computationally tractable models for handling complex data. He was the chair of the Junior Section of the International Society for Bayesian Analysis (j-ISBA) in 2018.

Sara Wade is a Lecturer in Statistics and Data Science at the School of Mathematics, University of Edinburgh, UK. Prior to this, she was a Harrison Early Career Assistant Professor of Statistics at the University of Warwick, UK, where she organised and chaired the 4th BAYSM. Her research focuses on Bayesian nonparametrics and machine learning, especially the development of flexible nonparametric priors and efficient inference for complex data.

Part I - Theory and Methods: A. Diana, J. Griffin, and E. Matechou, A Polya Tree Based Model for Unmarked Individuals in an Open Wildlife Population.- S. Haque and K. Mengersen, Bias Estimation and Correction Using Bootstrap Simulation of the Linking Process.- N. Laitonjam and N. Hurley, Non-parametric Overlapping Community Detection.- L. Fee Schneider, T. Staudt, and A. Munk, Posterior Consistency in the Binomial Model with Unknown Parameters: A Numerical Study.- C. Spire and D. Chakrabarty, Learning in the Absence of Training Data - a Galactic Application.- D. Tait and B. Worton, Multiplicative Latent Force Models.- PART II - Computational Statistics: N. Cunningham, J. E. Griffin, D. L. Wild, and A. Lee, particleMDI: A Julia Package for the Integrative Cluster Analysis of Multiple Datasets.- D. Hosszejni and G. Kastner, Approaches Toward the Bayesian Estimation of the Stochastic Volatility Model with Leverage.- B. Karimi and M. Lavielle, Efficient Metropolis-Hastings Sampling for Nonlinear Mixed Effects Models.- G. Kratzer, Reinhard Furrer, and Pittavino Marta. Comparison Between Suitable Priors for Additive Bayesian Networks.- I. Peneva and R. Savage, A Bayesian Nonparametric Model for Integrative Clustering of Omics Data.- I. Schwabe, Bayesian Inference of Interaction Effects in Item-Level Hierarchical Twin Data.- PART III - Applied Statistics: K. Brock, L. Billingham, C. Yap, and G. Middleton, A Phase II Clinical Trial Design for Associated Co-Primary Efficacy and Toxicity Outcomes with Baseline Covariates.- E. Lanzarone, E. Scalco, A. Mastropietro, S. Marzi, and G. Rizzo, A Conditional Autoregressive Model for estimating Slow and Fast Diffusion from Magnetic Resonance Images.- D. Rocha, M. Scotto, C. Pinto, J. Nuno Tavares, and S. Gouveia, Simulation Study of HIV Temporal Patterns Using Bayesian Methodology.- A. Shenvi, J. Smith, R. Walton, and S. Eldridge, Modelling with Non-Stratified Chain Event Graphs.- O. Stevenson and B. Brewer, Modelling Career Trajectories of Cricket Players Using Gaussian Processes.- F. Turner, R. Wilkinson, C. Buck, J. Jones, and L. Sime, Ice Cores and Emulation: Learning More About Past Ice Sheet Shapes.


Titel: Bayesian Statistics and New Generations
Untertitel: BAYSM 2018, Warwick, UK, July 2-3 Selected Contributions
EAN: 9783030306137
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer, Berlin
Genre: Mathematik
Anzahl Seiten: 184
Gewicht: 370g
Größe: H235mm x B10mm x T157mm
Auflage: 1st ed. 2019

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