Bayesian theory with applications, spring 2014
5 +3 cr. The 5 cr part is gained via written exam and the additional 3 cr can be acquired by making a larger home assignment (for details see here).
Probability calculus, calculus, linear algebra are important pre-requisites. Stochastic processes and computational statistics are useful, but not obligatory.
Weeks 11-18, Tuesday 12-14 and Thursday 12-14 in room B120. First lecture March 11th, last lecture April 24th (lecture on April 29th is cancelled).
Easter holiday 17.-23.4.
Written exam on May 6th, 12-16 in room B120.
For all information on course contents, see the lecture diary page.
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First exercise is 17.3.
Exercises can be downloaded from the links below.
Exercises for week 12 are available here
Exercises for week 13 are available here
Exercises for week 14 are available here
Exercises for week 15 are available here
Exercises for week 16 are available here