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Note that this facility to sample from the prior or posterior is a very informative feature of the Bayesian paradigm. For the posterior, it is a helpful way of visualising the remaining uncertainty in parameter estimates in cases where the posterior distribution itself cannot be visualised. Furthermore, the ability to visualise samples from the prior alone is very advantageous, as it offers us evidence to judge the appropriateness of our prior assumptions. No equivalent facility exists within the regularisation or penalty function framework.

Johnson. Matrix Analysis. Cambridge University Press, 1985. 13. T. Jaynes. Bayesian methods: General background. H. Justice, editor, Maximum Entropy and Bayesian Methods in Applied Statistics, pages 1–25. Cambridge University Press, 1985. 14. Morris Kline. Mathematical Thought from Ancient to Modern Times, Vols. 1,2,3. Oxford University Press, 1972. 15. L. Mangasarian. Nonlinear Programming. McGraw Hill, New York, 1969. 16. K. Nigam, J. Lafferty, and A. McCallum. Using maximum entropy for text classification.

Define a ‘distance matrix’ to be any matrix of the form where is the Euclidean norm (note that the entries are actually squared distances). A central goal of multidimensional scaling is the following: given a matrix which is a distance matrix, or which is approximately a distance matrix, or which can be mapped to an approximate distance matrix, find the underlying vectors where is chosen to be as small as possible, given the constraint that the distance matrix reconstructed from the approximates D with acceptable accuracy [8].

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