Posterior Contraction Rates of the Phylogenetic Indian Buffet Processes.

@article{Chen2016PosteriorCR,
  title={Posterior Contraction Rates of the Phylogenetic Indian Buffet Processes.},
  author={Mengjie Chen and Chao Gao and Hongyu Zhao},
  journal={Bayesian analysis},
  year={2016},
  volume={11 2},
  pages={
          477-497
        }
}
  • Mengjie Chen, Chao Gao, Hongyu Zhao
  • Published 2016
  • Mathematics, Biology, Medicine
  • Bayesian analysis
  • By expressing prior distributions as general stochastic processes, nonparametric Bayesian methods provide a flexible way to incorporate prior knowledge and constrain the latent structure in statistical inference. The Indian buffet process (IBP) is such an example that can be used to define a prior distribution on infinite binary features, where the exchangeability among subjects is assumed. The phylogenetic Indian buffet process (pIBP), a derivative of IBP, enables the modeling of non… CONTINUE READING

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