Physical Statistics or Statistical Physics? A Brief Overview of Bayesian Melding
For scientists, a model is typically a set of mathematical formulae that describe some natural phenomena of interest. One approach, often preferred by applied mathematicians, engineers, and physicists, is to discover physical laws of nature and express them as deterministic mathematical relationships among quantities that comprise such laws. At the opposite end of the spectrum, physical laws that gave rise to the data may be of little concern to students in an undergraduate statistics course,...[Show more]
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