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Introduction

Introduction

Contact information: Michael L. Perdue, Ph.D. WHO Global Influenza Programme Dept. of Epidemic and Pandemic Alert and Response 1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland Tel: +41 22 791 4935 or 3004; Fax: +41 22 791 4878 or 4498; E-mail: perduem@who.int

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Gibbs biclustering of microarray data

Gibbs biclustering of microarray data

Gibbs biclustering of microarray data. Yves Moreau & Qizheng Sheng Katholieke Universiteit Leuven ESAT-SCD (SISTA) on leave at Center for Biological Sequence analysis, Danish Technical University. Clustering. Form coherent groups of Genes Patient samples (e.g., tumors)

By liam
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Chapter 2. Unobserved Component models

Chapter 2. Unobserved Component models

Chapter 2. Unobserved Component models. Esther Ruiz 2006-2007 PhD Program in Business Administration and Quantitative Analysis Financial Econometrics. 2.1 Description and properties.

By wilson
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Motif Refinement using Hybrid Expectation Maximization Algorithm

Motif Refinement using Hybrid Expectation Maximization Algorithm

Motif Refinement using Hybrid Expectation Maximization Algorithm. Chandan Reddy Yao-Chung Weng Hsiao-Dong Chiang School of Electrical and Computer Engr. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY - 14853. Motif Finding Problem.

By zoe
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“ Advanced Topics in Finance and Engineering: Extreme Value Theory (EVT), Risk Management, and Applications ”

“ Advanced Topics in Finance and Engineering: Extreme Value Theory (EVT), Risk Management, and Applications ”

CONFERENCE. “ Advanced Topics in Finance and Engineering: Extreme Value Theory (EVT), Risk Management, and Applications ”. Econ. & Mat. Enrique Navarrete Palisade Risk Conference Rio de Janeiro 2009. Extreme Value Theory. TOPICS: Introduction and motivation;

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Empirical Financial Economics

Empirical Financial Economics

Empirical Financial Economics. The Efficient Markets Hypothesis Review of Empirical Financial Economics. Stephen Brown NYU Stern School of Business UNSW PhD Seminar, June 19-21 2006. Major developments over last 35 years. Portfolio theory. Major developments over last 35 years.

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Estimation Methods for Dose-response Functions Bahman Shafii Statistical Programs College of Agricultural and Life Sc

Estimation Methods for Dose-response Functions Bahman Shafii Statistical Programs College of Agricultural and Life Sc

Estimation Methods for Dose-response Functions Bahman Shafii Statistical Programs College of Agricultural and Life Sciences University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho. Introduction. Dose-response models are common in agricultural research. They can encompass many types of problems:.

By zev
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Statistical Learning

Statistical Learning

Statistical Learning. Dong Liu Dept. EEIS, USTC. Chapter 1. Linear Regression. From one to two Regularization Basis functions Bias-variance decomposition Different regularization forms Bayesian approach. A motivating example 1/2. What is the height of Mount Qomolangma ?

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Logistic regression

Logistic regression

Logistic regression. A quick intro. Why Logistic Regression?. Big idea: dependent variable is a dichotomy (though can use for more than 2 categories i.e. multinomial logistic regression) Why would we use?

By bevan
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Multi-carrier CDMA

Multi-carrier CDMA

Multi-carrier CDMA. Outlines. Introduction Family of multi-carrier CDMA Systems MC-CDMA System Multi-carrier DS-CDMA System Multi-tone CDMA System System features comparison Differences between OFDM and MC-CDMA. Introduction. 1/3. Transmit high data rate in a mobile environment

By aradia
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Models of sequence evolution

Models of sequence evolution

Models of sequence evolution. Jukes-Cantor. K2P. Felsenstein. HKY. Tree building methods: some examples Assessing phylogenetic data Popular phylogenetic packages. GTR. More models of sequence evolution …. Currently, there are more than 60 models described

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Testing Models on Simulated Data Presented at the Casualty Loss Reserve Seminar September 19, 2008

Testing Models on Simulated Data Presented at the Casualty Loss Reserve Seminar September 19, 2008

Testing Models on Simulated Data Presented at the Casualty Loss Reserve Seminar September 19, 2008. Glenn Meyers, FCAS, PhD ISO Innovative Analytics. The Application Estimating Loss Reserves. Given a triangle of incremental paid losses

By arnold
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Additional Slides on Bayesian Statistics for STA 101

Additional Slides on Bayesian Statistics for STA 101

Additional Slides on Bayesian Statistics for STA 101. Prof. Jerry Reiter Fall 2008. Can we use this method to learn about means and percentages?.

By roxy
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LECTURE 07: MAXIMUM LIKELIHOOD AND BAYESIAN ESTIMATION

LECTURE 07: MAXIMUM LIKELIHOOD AND BAYESIAN ESTIMATION

LECTURE 07: MAXIMUM LIKELIHOOD AND BAYESIAN ESTIMATION. • Objectives: Class-Conditional Density The Multivariate Case General Theory Sufficient Statistics Kernel Density Resources: D.H.S.: Chapter 3 (Part 2) Rice: Sufficient Statistics B.M.: Sufficient Statistics. Audio:. URL:.

By damian
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High-Speed Autonomous Navigation with Motion Prediction for Unknown Moving Obstacles

High-Speed Autonomous Navigation with Motion Prediction for Unknown Moving Obstacles

High-Speed Autonomous Navigation with Motion Prediction for Unknown Moving Obstacles. Dizan Vasquez, Frederic Large, Thierry Fraichard and Christian Laugier INRIA Rhône-Alpes & Gravir Lab. France IROS 2004. Objective.

By neo
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Classification

Classification

Classification. Taxonomic categories: Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species (these are taxa, higher taxa > genus). Kingdom Animalia MULTICELLULAR & CAPABLE OF LOCOMOTION Phylum Chordata NOTOCHORD Class: Mammalia HAIR & MILK Order: Primates FINGERNAILS

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Kernel Methods Part 2

Kernel Methods Part 2

Kernel Methods Part 2. Bing Han June 26, 2008. Local Likelihood. Logistic Regression. Logistic Regression. After a simple calculation, we get We denote the probabilities Logistic regression models are usually fit by maximum likelihood. Local Likelihood.

By sadie
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Maximum Likelihood Detection

Maximum Likelihood Detection

Maximum Likelihood Detection. Dr. Muqaibel. Example. A binary repetition code is used where 0 is encoded as 000 and 1 is encoded as 111. What is your decoding decision if what you receive over a BSC with cross over probability=0.3 is 101. Using Minimum Distance Decoding.

By kyrene
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GY460 Techniques of Spatial Analysis

GY460 Techniques of Spatial Analysis

GY460 Techniques of Spatial Analysis. Lecture 3: Spatial regression and ‘neighbourhood’ effects models. Steve Gibbons. Introduction. Formal aspects of spatial regression models, from a spatial econometrics perspective Spatial ‘x’ models Spatial ‘y’ (lagged’ dependent variable) models

By meg
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Training Conditional Random Fields using Virtual Evidence Boosting Lin Liao, Tanzeem Choudhury † , Dieter Fox, and Henr

Training Conditional Random Fields using Virtual Evidence Boosting Lin Liao, Tanzeem Choudhury † , Dieter Fox, and Henr

Experiments. Algorithms. Context sequence. Activity sequence. Training Conditional Random Fields using Virtual Evidence Boosting Lin Liao, Tanzeem Choudhury † , Dieter Fox, and Henry Kautz University of Washington † Intel Research.

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