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  • Bayes — may refer to:*Thomas Bayes (1702 1761), British mathematician, statistician and religious leader:*Bayesian probability:*Bayes theorem, a result in probability theory:*A Bayes estimator is a statistical estimator that minimizes the average risk.… …   Wikipedia

  • Bayes — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Nora Bayes (1880–1928), amerikanische Sängerin Thomas Bayes (ca. 1702–1761), englischer Mathematiker und presbyterianischer Pfarrer Bayes bezeichnet in der Mathematik: das Bayestheorem (Satz von Bayes) in… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Bayes++ — is an open source C++ library for Bayesian filtering. The library is mainly written by Michael Stevens, and is platform independent. It uses the Boost uBLAS library for matrix handling. Features * Kalman filters (Extended, Unscented and… …   Wikipedia

  • Bayes — Bayes, Thomas Bayes, teorema de …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Bayes —   [beɪz], Thomas, englischer Mathematiker und Statistiker, * Leather Lane (?) 1702, ✝ Royal Tunbridge Wells (County Kent) 17. 4. 1761; anglikanischer Geistlicher; untersuchte erstmals, wie aus empirisch gewonnenen Daten auf eine zugrunde liegende …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Bayes|i|an — «BAY zee uhn», adjective. of or having to do with a statistical theory or method by which probabilities can be reassessed or revised in the light of new information. ╂[< Thomas Bayes, 1702 1761, an English mathematician] …   Useful english dictionary

  • bayes — bayes·ian; …   English syllables

  • Bayes — Thomas Bayes Thomas Bayes (env. 1702, Londres 17 avril 1761) est un mathématicien britannique et pasteur de l Église presbytérienne, connu pour avoir formulé le théorème de Bayes. Ses découvertes en probabilités ont été résumées dans son Essais… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Bayes — noun English mathematician for whom Bayes theorem is named (1702 1761) • Syn: ↑Thomas Bayes • Instance Hypernyms: ↑mathematician …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bayes — BAY (Bayes) A fabric made in England from the 16th to the 18th centuries of worsted warp and wool weft, often mixed with silk, made for clothes by religious societies. A loosely woven plain woollen cloth similar to a coarse flannel, napped on one …   Dictionary of the English textile terms

  • Bayes — Thomas, British mathematician, 1702–1761. See B. theorem …   Medical dictionary

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