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Bayes

(bāyz),
Thomas, British mathematician, 1702-1761. See: Bayes theorem.
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The Naive Bayes Classifier which is used in the system for personality classification needs to be trained.
119) Bayes was hailed as a good mimic and interpolator "with lapses into what may be the Gaelic," wrote a Follies reviewer in 1908.
However, the empirical Bayes approach could be easily applied to accident year data.
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If the best n rules are conflict, a Bayes algorithm is applied (line 5-9).
Bayes has thrown his name into the ring to become Labour's candidate for Hull East when former Downing Street Deputy John Prescott steps down after the next General Election.
Bayes had the final say against his former club, producing the save of the game on 88 minutes to deny Richards from close range.
The premise of the Bayes method for estimating an unknown quantity, [Theta] is that some information about [Theta] is available before sampling begins.
Christopher Bayes could now face an extra year in prison and a USD100,000 fine for failing to serve his original sentence.
Bayes called on Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates to personally intervene in the dispute.
The Cathedral Lent Lectures by Bishop Paul Bayes WHERE?