Bayesian theory with applications, spring 2012
The course will be similar to the spring 2010 and 2011 versions, thus for details apart from specific dates you can take a look at the old lecture diary here, which will be updated during the course.
Probability calculus, calculus, linear algebra are important pre-requisites. Stochastic processes and computational statistics are useful, but not obligatory.
Tuesdays 12-14 in room B322 and Thursdays 12-14 in room D123. Starts March 13th., ends May 3rd.
NB! No lecture on Thu 12.4. and during the Easter holiday 5.4.-11.4.
NB! Lecture on Tue 24.4. is moved to Wed 25.4. 12-14 in room DK117.
A written exam will be arranged on May 3rd in room B120 12-16 for the 5cr part. A larger assignment is required for the additional 3cr. For details about possible assignment topics, see the above link to lecture diary page.
See the above link.
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Exercises start week 12 (21.3.). 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