Bayesian Statistics 7: Proceedings of the Seventh Valencia International Meeting

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J. M. Bernardo
OUP Oxford, Jul 3, 2003 - Mathematics - 750 pages
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The Valencia International Meetings on Bayesian Statistics, held every four years, provide the main forum for researchers in the area of Bayesian Statistics to come together to present and discuss frontier developments in the field. The resulting Proceedings provide a definitive, up-to-date overview encompassing a wide range of theoretical and applied research. This seventh Proceedings containing 23 invited articles and 31 contributed papers is no exception, and will be an indispensable reference to all statisticians.
 

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Contents

Bayesian Inference for Elliptical
3
Hierarchical Bayesian Models
25
Hierarchical Multivariate CAR Models for Spatio
45
On Inferring Effects of Binary Treatments with Unobserved Confounders
65
Bayesian Treed Generalized
85
Bayesian Harmonic Models for Musical Signal Analysis
105
Assessing the Risk of Disclosure
125
Bayesian and Frequentist Multiple Testing
145
Measures of Incoherence
385
A Nonparametric Bayesian
403
A Novel Framework for Tracking Groups of Objects
419
Bayesian Modelling
443
Intrinsic Estimation
465
A Relationship Between Randomized
485
Bayesian Estimation of the Grade of Membership Model
501
Multiscale
519

Nonparametric Inference for Mixed
163
Markov Chain Monte Carlobased
181
A Hierarchical
199
Rasch Models with Exchangeable Rows and Columns
215
Discrimination Based on an Odds Ratio
233
Bayesian Clustering
249
IID Sampling using SelfAvoiding Population
277
A Statistical
293
NonCentered Parameterizations
307
Identifying Mixtures of Regression Equations
327
Global Gambling
349
New Tools for Consistency in Bayesian Nonparametrics
369
Dynamic LatticeMarkov SpadoTemporal
535
Bayesian Analysis
553
A Marginal Ergodic Theorem
577
Compatible Priors for Causal Bayesian Networks
597
Density Modelling and Clustering Using Dirichlet Diffusion Trees
619
Bayesian Inference for Derivative Prices
641
Objective Bayesian Comparison of Laplace
661
Modelling Bivariate Extremes in a Region
681
Expected Utility Estimation via CrossValidation
701
A Method for Sequential
711
Bayesian Factor Regression Models in the Large p Small n Paradigm
733
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Professor Jose M. Bernardo Professor of Statistics, Universidad de Valencia, Spain A. Philip DawidProfessor of Statistics, University College London, UK AWARDS: 2002 DeGroot Prize for a Published Book in Statistical Science (Cowell et al.)2001 Royal Statistical Society: Guy Medal in Silver1978 Royal Statistical Society: Guy Medal in Bronze1977 G. W. Snedecor Award for Best Publication in Biometry David HeckermanSenior Researcher, MicrosoftAAAI Fellow, 2001Association for Computing Machinery Doctoral Dissertation Award, 1991 Mike WestThe Arts and Sciences Professor of Statistics and Decision SciencesInstitute of Statistics and Decision Sciences, Duke University James O. BergerProfessor of Statistics, Duke University Professor M.J. Bayarri Professor of Statistics, Universidad de Valencia, Spain Professor Adrian F.M. SmithPrincipal, Queen Mary University of London

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