Archive for the Wines Category
- Bayesian Survival Model Based on Moment Characterization by Arbel, Julyan et al.
- A New Finite Approximation for the NGG Mixture Model: An Application to Density Estimation by Bianchini, Ilaria
- Distributed Estimation of Mixture Model by Dedecius, Kamil et al.
- Jeffreys’ Priors for Mixture Estimation by Grazian, Clara and X
- A Subordinated Stochastic Process Model by Palacios, Ana Paula et al.
- Bayesian Variable Selection for Generalized Linear Models Using the Power-Conditional-Expected-Posterior Prior by Perrakis, Konstantinos et al.
- Application of Interweaving in DLMs to an Exchange and Specialization Experiment by Simpson, Matthew
- On Bayesian Based Adaptive Confidence Sets for Linear Functionals by Szabó, Botond
- Identifying the Infectious Period Distribution for Stochastic Epidemic Models Using the Posterior Predictive Check by Alharthi, Muteb et al.
- A New Strategy for Testing Cosmology with Simulations by Killedar, Madhura et al.
- Formal and Heuristic Model Averaging Methods for Predicting the US Unemployment Rate by Kolly, Jeremy
- Bayesian Estimation of the Aortic Stiffness based on Non-invasive Computed Tomography Images by Lanzarone, Ettore et al.
- Bayesian Filtering for Thermal Conductivity Estimation Given Temperature Observations by Martín-Fernández, Laura et al.
- A Mixture Model for Filtering Firms’ Profit Rates by Scharfenaker, Ellis et al.
- 1 – 6 February, 2016 Learning
- 8 – 12 February, 2016 Mathématical statistics
- 15 – 19 February, 2016 Processes
- 22 – 26 February, 2016 Extremes, Copulas and Actuarial Science
- 29 February – 4 March, 2016 Bayesian statistics and algorithms
Each week will see minicourses of a few hours (2-3) and advanced talks, leaving time for interactions and collaborations. (I will give one of those minicourses on Bayesian foundations.) The scientific organisers of the B’ week are Gilles Celeux and Nicolas Chopin.
The CIRM is a wonderful meeting place, in the mountains between Marseilles and Cassis, with many trails to walk and run, and hundreds of fantastic climbing routes in the Calanques at all levels. (In February, the sea is too cold to contemplate swimming. The good side is that it is not too warm to climb and the risk of bush fire is very low!) We stayed there with Jean-Michel Marin a few years ago when preparing Bayesian Essentials. The maths and stats library is well-provided, with permanent access for quiet working sessions. This is the French version of the equally fantastic German Mathematik Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach. There will be financial support available from the supporting societies and research bodies, at least for young participants and the costs if any are low, for excellent food and excellent lodging. Definitely not a scam conference!