Mixture estimation and applications

As posted earlier, there will be a workshop on mixture estimation at ICMS, in Edinburgh, in March 2010. It is organised by Kerrie Mengersen and Mike Titterington, and myself. The list of speakers so far is available on the workshop webpage and includes a sufficient array of sensitivities to make the starting roundtable on label switching a lively moment!

While attendance at this workshop is by invitation only and the total attendance will be strictly limited, as the  workshop will be held at 15 South College Street, Edinburgh, with all lectures being given in the Newhaven Lecture Theatre, if you wish to be considered for an invitation please contact within the coming days Professor Mike Titterington at Glasgow University.

4 Responses to “Mixture estimation and applications”

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