- adj. Alternative capitalization of Bayesian
- adj. of or relating to statistical methods based on Bayes' theorem
“She was also heavily involved in creating COBOL and standardizing COBOL and FORTRAN. koller is named after [8 Daphne Koller] who does AI research at MIT and who seems to behind the idea of bayesian machine learning, which you might know from your spam filters ...”
“Every finding of irrational anchoring, improper bayesian updating, etc., is probably just as common among experts in different guises.”
“Cast off the chains of the bayesian "another ball from the urn" paradigm for modelling information.”
“A bayesian a priori estimate could be 40 % 2 in 5 probability of a signal, so that isn't it.”
“So Mendez have gone beyond bayesian modeling to a relatively model-independent predictive theory that describes known habitability well.”
“If several people mark the post as spam it automatically gets removed and the bayesian filter gets trained to recognize similar posts later on.”
“All posts go through a bayesian like filter to determine if its spam or not, and if one gets through, the other forum members can mark the post as spam.”
“Incidentally, discussing analogies, some population models are analogous to bayesian inference models used in machine learning.”
“But more interestingly we can confirm from this bayesian model a lot of what we know about frequentist information measures:”
“Bayes theorem is also a model for trial and error bayesian inferences.”
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