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Dynamic Programming and Bayesian Inference: Concepts and Applications

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Dynamic Programming and Bayesian Inference: Concepts and Applications
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535113645
Number of pages: 164

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Dynamic programming and Bayesian inference have been both intensively and extensively developed during recent years. The purpose of this volume is to provide some applications of Bayesian optimization and dynamic programming.

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