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서울대학교 베이즈통계 연구실

에서는 베이즈 통계학과 관련된 모든 주제를 연구합니다.

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Who is Thomas Bayes?

Thomas Bayes was born in London. In 1719, he enrolled at the University of Edinburgh to study logic and theology. He is known to have published two works in his lifetime, one theological and one mathematical: Divine Benevolence, or an Attempt to Prove That the Principal End of the Divine Providence and Government is the Happiness of His Creatures (1731), and An Introduction to the Doctrine of Fluxions, and a Defence of the Mathematicians Against the Objections of the Author of The Analyst (published anonymously in 1736), in which he defended the logical foundation of Isaac Newton‘s calculus against the criticism of George Berkeley, author of The Analyst. It is speculated that Bayes was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1742 on the strength of the Introduction to the Doctrine of Fluxions, as he is not known to have published any other mathematical works during his lifetime. Some feel that he become interested in probability while reviewing a work written in 1755 by Thomas Simpson, but others thinks he learned mathematics and probability while reading a book by Abraham de Moivre. Bayes died in Tunbridge Wells, Kent. He was buried in Bunhill Fields burial ground in Moorgate, London, where many nonconformists lie.

Thomas Bayes

연구 주제

서울대학교 베이즈통계 연구실에서는 베이즈 통계학과 관련된 모든 주제를 연구합니다.
nonparametric model
Bayesian neural network
high-dimensional model
Bayesian statistics




서울대학교 베이즈통계 연구실에서는 비정기 워크샵을 진행하고 있습니다. 미리 주제를 선정하고 각자, 혹은 함께 공부하고 자유롭게 의견을 나누는 시간을 갖습니다.

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서울대학교 베이즈통계 연구실
서울대학교 25동 312 - 314호
TEL: 02-880-8138