Safe learning — how to adjust Bayes and MDL when the model is wrong


In a recent paper, Grunwald and Langford showed that MDL and Bayesian inference can be statistically inconsistent in a classification context, when the model is wrong. They presented a countable family M = {P1, P2, ...} of probability distributions, a "true" distribution P* outside M and a Bayesian prior distribution Π on M, such that M contains a… (More)


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