Adjusted and Synthetic Likelihoods for Combining Empirical Evidence

Authors: 
Robert Wolpert
Duke University

Nov 30 1990

Several methods are introduced and illustrated for combining evidence from clinical series, controlled trials, expert opinion and other sources within the Bayesian paradigm. One of these methods, the adjustment of likelihood functions, is described in detail with examples and special cases.

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