ISBA lecture on Bayesian foundations

I have finished revised my “ABC in Roma” slides into a more focused presentation for my lecture in Kyoto next Monday: nothing surprising in the following slides (most likely to be updated between now and the talk on Monday afternoon!)

but I hope I can convey the overall message that ABC can be seen as being fully part of the Bayesian machinery, rather than a poor man’s version… This meeting sounds quite exciting, because of its exceptional programme, its particularly attractive location (at least for japanophiles like me!), and the unique opportunity to remember our friend George during the memorial session of next Wednesday.

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