CriSM Workshop: Estimating constants, April 20-22nd, Warwick.
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We welcome participants to submit posters and 2-5 minute "elevator" talks.
The workshop will take place in the Department of Statistics, at the University of Warwick. It will focus on computational methods for approximating challenging normalising constants found in Monte Carlo, likelihood and Bayesian models. Such methods may be used in a wide range of problems: to compute intractable likelihoods, to find the evidence in Bayesian model selection, and to compute the partition function in Physics. The workshop will bring together different communities working on these related problems, some of which have developed original if little advertised solutions. It will also highlight the novel challenges associated with large data and highly complex models.
Nial Friel, Helen Ogden, Christian Robert.
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