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  1. Mental model

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    Oaksford, M. and Chater, N. (2007) Bayesian Rationality. Oxford University Press Johnson-Laird, P.N. (1983). Mental Models: Towards a Cognitive Science of

  2. Michael Keane (economist)

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    University Press, (1999), 49–78. Bayesian Inference for Dynamic Discrete Choice Models without the Need for Dynamic Programming, (with John Geweke), in Simulation

  3. Knowledge representation and reasoning

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    entity-relation modeling and to object properties in object-oriented modeling. Another technique for primitives is to define languages that are modeled after First

  4. Silvia Ferrari

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    Mathematics. S. Ferrari, and A. Vaghi. "Demining sensor modeling and feature-level fusion by Bayesian networks". IEEE Xplore. Silvia Ferrari, and Mark Jensenius

  5. Factor analysis

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    associated with specific factors. CFA uses structural equation modeling to test a measurement model whereby loading on the factors allows for evaluation of relationships

  6. Artificial grammar learning

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    likely to be correct. Due to the structure of the Bayesian model, the inferences output by the model are in the form of a probability distribution rather

  7. Steve Omohundro

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    where he led the development of the open source programming language Sather. Sather is featured in O'Reilly's History of Programming Languages poster

  8. Karl J. Friston

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    maximisation (DEM), which are Variational Bayesian methods for time-series analysis. Friston currently works on models of functional integration in the human

  9. Adaptive clinical trial

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    the most appropriate treatment (or Arm in the Multi-Armed Bandit model) The Bayesian framework Continuous Individualized Risk Index which is based on

  10. Cognitive tutor

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    the cognitive tutor uses a simple Bayesian method of evaluating the student's knowledge and uses this student model to select appropriate problems for

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