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Bayesian approaches to detection

@inproceedings{Annan2010BayesianAT,
  title={Bayesian approaches to detection},
  author={J. Annan},
  year={2010}
}
We consider the Bayesian alternative to the classical frequentist approach to detection and attribution of climate change. Some of the notable advantages of the Bayesian paradigm include a more consistent approach to competing hypotheses, a coherent interpretation of all available data, and an intuitively natural interpretation of the 

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