Statistical inference on lattices
In many scientific disciplines, there is frequently a need to describe purely spatial interactions among objects located at the sites of a lattice. Of particular interest are the equilibrium states of physical and biological phenomena occurring simultaneously at sites in more than one dimension (e.g. ferromagnetism, crystal formation, patterns of infection). Markov random fields form a wide class of intu.-itively appealing models for spatial interaction. Binary ones have been studied...[Show more]
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