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Prior distributions for variance parameters in hierarchical models
 Bayesian Analysis
, 2006
"... Various noninformative prior distributions have been suggested for scale parameters in hierarchical models. We construct a new foldednoncentralt family of conditionally conjugate priors for hierarchical standard deviation parameters, and then consider noninformative and weakly informative priors i ..."
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Various noninformative prior distributions have been suggested for scale parameters in hierarchical models. We construct a new foldednoncentralt family of conditionally conjugate priors for hierarchical standard deviation parameters, and then consider noninformative and weakly informative priors
Prior Distribution
, 2000
"... prior distributions, which can themselves be estimated from data. Item for Encyclopedia of Environmetrics. This work was supported in part by the U.S. National Science Foundation grant SBR9708424 and Young Investigator Award DMS9796129. y Department of Statistics, Columbia University, New York, ..."
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prior distributions, which can themselves be estimated from data. Item for Encyclopedia of Environmetrics. This work was supported in part by the U.S. National Science Foundation grant SBR9708424 and Young Investigator Award DMS9796129. y Department of Statistics, Columbia University, New York
Forecasting and Conditional Projection Using Realistic Prior Distributions,Econometric Review
, 1984
"... in Economic Fluctuations. Any opinions expressed are those of the ..."
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in Economic Fluctuations. Any opinions expressed are those of the
Specifying Prior Distributions of Functionals
, 1998
"... Many Bayesian analyses rely heavily on Markov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) techniques. MCMC techniques work fastest when the prior distribution of the parameters is chosen conveniently, usually a conjugate prior. However, this is sometimes at odds with the prior desired by the investigator. We describe ..."
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Many Bayesian analyses rely heavily on Markov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) techniques. MCMC techniques work fastest when the prior distribution of the parameters is chosen conveniently, usually a conjugate prior. However, this is sometimes at odds with the prior desired by the investigator. We describe
Identifying Parametric Prior Distributions
, 2008
"... In a Bayesian analysis the statistician must specify prior densities for the model parameters. If he is bold enough to choose an informative prior for the model parameter θ, then this prior should wellrepresent beliefs about θ. In a Bayesian analysis the statistician must specify prior densities fo ..."
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→ p(θ) As a start towards this end, a set of R functions have been written to identify a prior distribution for θ when a continuous parametric density can adequately represent prior beliefs about θ.
Compatible Prior Distributions
, 2001
"... this paper is to investigate possible explications of this informal concept of `compatibility'. For simplicity, we restrict attention to the case that M 0 is a lower dimensional submodel of M, and examine two methods that have commonly been used 1 in this case: `projection' and `condition ..."
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of these methods might be appropriate. 2. EXAMPLES We focus attention on two simple examples, each involving a random sample of n observations on a pair of outcome variables. In the first example the outcome variables have a joint Gaussian distribution, while in the second they are binary. Our notation
Prior Distributions for the Bivariate Binomial
, 1990
"... erties since we allow them to depend on the parameter of interest. Some key words: Jeffreys prior; Multivariate binomial; Nuisance parameter; Reference prior. 1. INTRODUCTION Crowder & Sweeting (1989) considered the following model. Each of m spores has a probability p of germinating. Of the ..."
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erties since we allow them to depend on the parameter of interest. Some key words: Jeffreys prior; Multivariate binomial; Nuisance parameter; Reference prior. 1. INTRODUCTION Crowder & Sweeting (1989) considered the following model. Each of m spores has a probability p of germinating
Infinite hierarchies and prior distributions
 Bernoulli
, 2001
"... Abstract. This paper introduces a way of constructing noninformative priors for Bayesian analysis, by taking a limit of priors arising from hierarchical constructions as the number of levels in the hierarchy converges to infinity. Results are proved showing that for location families, and other rel ..."
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Abstract. This paper introduces a way of constructing noninformative priors for Bayesian analysis, by taking a limit of priors arising from hierarchical constructions as the number of levels in the hierarchy converges to infinity. Results are proved showing that for location families, and other
Compatible Prior Distributions for DAG models
, 2002
"... The application of certain Bayesian techniques, such as the Bayes factor and model averaging, requires the specification of prior distributions on the parameters of alternative models. We propose a new method for constructing compatible priors on the parameters of models nested in a given DAG (Direc ..."
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The application of certain Bayesian techniques, such as the Bayes factor and model averaging, requires the specification of prior distributions on the parameters of alternative models. We propose a new method for constructing compatible priors on the parameters of models nested in a given DAG
DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS
, 1985
"... Growth of distributed systems has attained unstoppable momentum. If we better understood how to think about, analyze, and design distributed systems, we could direct their implementation with more confidence. ..."
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Growth of distributed systems has attained unstoppable momentum. If we better understood how to think about, analyze, and design distributed systems, we could direct their implementation with more confidence.
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