Bayesian Hypothesis Testing : A Reference Approach

@inproceedings{Bernardo2002BayesianHT,
  title={Bayesian Hypothesis Testing : A Reference Approach},
  author={Jos{\'e} M. Bernardo and Ra{\'u}l Rueda},
  year={2002}
}
For any probability model M ≡ {p(x |θ,ω),θ ∈ Θ,ω ∈ Ω} assumed to describe the probabilistic behaviour of data x ∈ X, it is argued that testing whether or not the available data are compatible with the hypothesis H0 ≡ {θ = θ0} is best considered as a formal decision problem on whether to use (a0), or not to use (a1), the simpler probability model (or null model) M0 ≡ {p(x |θ0,ω),ω ∈ Ω}, where the loss difference L(a0,θ,ω)− L(a1,θ,ω) is proportional to the amount of information δ(θ0,θ,ω) which… CONTINUE READING

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