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Bayes

(bāyz),
Thomas, British mathematician, 1702-1761. See: Bayes theorem.
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Then, we input these into the Naive Bayes Multinomial algorithm.
As can be seen in Table 1, the BIC-based Bayes Factor as well as the Vovk-Sellke Bayesian calibration produce the higher rates of correct inferences compared to the p-value.
From the table, the SVM algorithm and the decision tree algorithm select thirteen features, but the Bayes algorithm selects 12 features.
As is shown in Table 3, the performance of integrated classifiers is better than the Naive Bayes and KNN on ultrasound images.
Given a tuple, X, the naive Bayes algorithm predicts that tuple X belongs to class y., if and only if P([y.sub.i]|X) > P(j|X 1 [less than or equal to] j [less than or equal to] n, j [not equal to] i).
Equation (1) will be used to find the probability according to the Bayes theorem and perform the analysis procedure.
There is a high persistence of shocks in the volatility (for both ML and Bayes parameter estimate) showing that the rate at which the degree of impact of news about volatility from a previous period decays slowly overtime.
Wolviston then claimed their fifth and final counter on 80 minutes after a shot from Masandi was well saved by keeper Longstaff - only for Bayes to tap home his second of the game.
Naive Bayes and Genetic Algorithm are applied for classifying texture of agriculture soil data in a research.
Here, in order to overcome the problem, the Bayes theory is introduced to formulate the travel time Bayes risk function of section, which is used to rationally quantify the travel time of section.