A method to integrate and classify normal distributions

@article{Das2021AMT,
  title={A method to integrate and classify normal distributions},
  author={Abhranil Das and Wilson S. Geisler},
  journal={Journal of Vision},
  year={2021},
  volume={21}
}
Abstract Univariate and multivariate normal probability distributions are widely used when modeling decisions under uncertainty. Computing the performance of such models requires integrating these distributions over specific domains, which can vary widely across models. Besides some special cases where these integrals are easy to calculate, there exist no general analytical expressions, standard numerical methods, or software for these integrals. Here we present mathematical results and open… Expand

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