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Decisions, Uncertainty, and All That

Flipping Thumbtacks: 1000 Points of Data

Volume 3, Issue 4
Fall 1993
Robert J. Korsan
 

Using experience to improve our knowledge of uncertain events is something we all do every day. The techniques of Bayesian inference provide a mathematical description of this learning process. In this column, we continue our discussion of Bayesian inference by extending the techniques to handle continuous variables.

     
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