Bayesian Statistics, A Review

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Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 1971 - Mathematics - 83 pages
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A study of those statistical ideas that use a probability distribution over parameter space. The first part describes the axiomatic basis in the concept of coherence and the implications of this for sampling theory statistics. The second part discusses the use of Bayesian ideas in many branches of statistics.

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