t-walk

The t-walk is a ”A General Purpose Sampling Algorithm for Continuous Distributions” to sample from many objective functions (specially suited for posterior distributions using non-standard models that would make the use of common algorithms and software difficult); it is an MCMC that does not required tuning. However, as mentioned in the paper, it may not perform well in some examples and fine tuned samplers to specific objective densities should perform better than the t-walk. It is now implemented in Python, R, C++, C (native stand alone) and MatLab, see below.


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  1. Christen, J. Andrés; Pérez-Garmendia, José Luis: Weak and TV consistency in Bayesian uncertainty quantification using disintegration (2021)
  2. Heinecke, Andreas; Ye, Lifeng; De Iorio, Maria; Ebbels, Timothy: Bayesian deconvolution and quantification of metabolites from (J)-resolved NMR spectroscopy (2021)
  3. Ibargüen-Mondragón, Eduardo; Prieto, Kernel; Hidalgo-Bonilla, Sandra Patricia: A model on bacterial resistance considering a generalized law of mass action for plasmid replication (2021)
  4. Jackson, Benjamin D.; Connolly, James M.; Gerlach, Robin; Klapper, Isaac; Parker, Albert E.: Bayesian estimation and uncertainty quantification in models of urea hydrolysis by \textitE. coli biofilms (2021)
  5. Acuña-Zegarra, Manuel Adrian; Santana-Cibrian, Mario; Velasco-Hernandez, Jorge X.: Modeling behavioral change and COVID-19 containment in Mexico: a trade-off between lockdown and compliance (2020)
  6. Alawieh, Leen; Goodman, Jonathan; Bell, John B.: Iterative construction of Gaussian process surrogate models for Bayesian inference (2020)
  7. Capistrán, Marcos A.; Infante Del Río, Juan Antonio: Estimating a pressure dependent thermal conductivity coefficient with applications in food technology (2020)
  8. Christen, J. Andrés; Parker, Albert E.: Systematic statistical analysis of microbial data from dilution series (2020)
  9. Dolgov, Sergey; Anaya-Izquierdo, Karim; Fox, Colin; Scheichl, Robert: Approximation and sampling of multivariate probability distributions in the tensor train decomposition (2020)
  10. Dufays, Arnaud; Rombouts, Jeroen V. K.: Relevant parameter changes in structural break models (2020)
  11. Saldaña, Fernando; Flores-Arguedas, Hugo; Camacho-Gutiérrez, José Ariel; Barradas, Ignacio: Modeling the transmission dynamics and the impact of the control interventions for the COVID-19 epidemic outbreak (2020)
  12. Arguedas, Yendry N.; Santana-Cibrian, Mario; Velasco-Hernández, Jorge X.: Transmission dynamics of acute respiratory diseases in a population structured by age (2019)
  13. Morzfeld, M.; Tong, X. T.; Marzouk, Y. M.: Localization for MCMC: sampling high-dimensional posterior distributions with local structure (2019)
  14. Aquino-López, Marco A.; Blaauw, Maarten; Christen, J. Andrés; Sanderson, Nicole K.: Bayesian analysis of (^210\mathrmPb) dating (2018)
  15. Leimkuhler, Benedict; Matthews, Charles; Weare, Jonathan: Ensemble preconditioning for Markov chain Monte Carlo simulation (2018)
  16. Villa, Cristiano; Rubio, Francisco J.: Objective priors for the number of degrees of freedom of a multivariate (t) distribution and the (t)-copula (2018)
  17. Rubio, Francisco J.; Yu, Keming: Flexible objective Bayesian linear regression with applications in survival analysis (2017)
  18. Capistrán, Marcos A.; Christen, J. Andrés; Donnet, Sophie: Bayesian analysis of ODEs: solver optimal accuracy and Bayes factors (2016)
  19. Rodríguez-Narciso, Silvia; Christen, J. Andrés: Optimal sequential Bayesian analysis for degradation tests (2016)
  20. Rubio, F. J.: Letter to the editor: On the use of improper priors for the shape parameters of asymmetric exponential power models (2015)

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