Bayesian

[bey-zee-uh n, -zhuh n]
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adjective Statistics.

of or relating to statistical methods that regard parameters of a population as random variables having known probability distributions.

Origin of Bayesian

1960–65; Thomas Bayes (1702–61), English mathematician + -ian
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  • Darryl and I once tried to write our own better spam filter and when you filter spam, you need Bayesian math.

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British Dictionary definitions for bayesian

Bayesian

adjective

(of a theory) presupposing known a priori probabilities which may be subjectively assessed and which can be revised in the light of experience in accordance with Bayes' theorem. A hypothesis is thus confirmed by an experimental observation which is likely given the hypothesis and unlikely without itCompare maximum likelihood
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