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The most general way of using σpos(Á) is its direct examination—sampling. This provides the most comprehensive insight into the problem under study and the relation between the data and the model parameters. This approach allows to analyze problems which cannot be treated by any other approaches like, for example, compatibility of the a priori information with the experimental data, adequateness of the theory in description of the data, and so on. ● In situations when we are only interested in estimating the model parameters, the appropriate method is to calculate and inspect the marginal a posteriori PDF obtained by integration of σpos(Á) over d: Z m ðmÞ ¼ σ pos ðm; dÞdd: ð54Þ σ pos D Integration over d variables can be understood as the projection of the σpos(Á) distribution onto the M space which preserves all information about m but removes any information on the correlation between m and d.
2009). There are two reasons for this. First, according to MacKay (2003) simpler models tend to make more precise predictions but can only be fitted to a limited range of data. On the other hand, complex theories with a larger number of “free parameters” can better fit a large range of data leading to “lower probability” on average. Secondly, as it has been noted by Gallagher et al. (2009), the a priori PDFs will naturally penalize more complex models as the a priori PDF will tend to have smaller maximum values.
75), (76), or (79). More generally, we may need to calculate the average integrals represented in a general form as PROBABILISTIC INVERSE THEORY 37 Z F ðmÞP ðmÞdm;