Monthly Archives: November 2018

That’s not what I meant…

A lot of my research over the years has involved fitting images. Usually, I use the traditional assumption that the conditional prior for the data pixels given the model pixels is iid normal with mean zero. But in some cases … Continue reading

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Wasteful products

A relative of mine recently remarked that consumer products involving less waste (that is, less plastic packaging and so on) usually cost more. The same is true when you compare electric cars to petrol cars, and I’m sure you can … Continue reading

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