부등 제한 조건하에서의 베이지안 추론

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Oh, Man-Suk

  • 투고 : 2014.10.21
  • 심사 : 2014.11.10
  • 발행 : 2014.12.31

초록

부등제한 조건 (>,<,=)과 관련된 베이지안 추론에서 다음의 세 가지 주제에 대하여 기존의 연구와 최근의 연구동향 그리고 추후 연구주제에 대하여 살펴보았다 : ⅰ) 모수에 대한 여러 부등제한 조건들의 비교, ⅱ) 모수에 부등제한 조건을 부여하는 것이 타당하다고 할 때 모수의 동등성에 관한 동시 다중 검정, ⅲ) 순서적 범주형 변수에 대한 분할표에서 스코어 모수에 순서적 부등제한 조건을 가정 할 때 스코어 모수의 동등성에 대한 다중 검정.

키워드

순서적 제한조건;다중가설검정;마코브 체인 몬테칼로;Savage-Dickey 밀도함수 비;베이즈상수

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