**F**ollowing a kind invitation of Bala Rajaratnam during JSM 2010, I will give a special seminar in Stanford University this incoming Monday at 4:30, on my recent Annals paper with Randal Douc on “*A vanilla Rao-Blackwellisation of Metropolis-Hastings algorithms*“. Here are the slides

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