RT - Journal Article
T1 - Bayesian perspective over time
JF - Andishe-_ye-Amari
YR - 2021
JO - Andishe-_ye-Amari
VO - 25
IS - 2
UR - http://andisheyeamari.irstat.ir/article-1-839-en.html
SP - 1
EP - 11
K1 - Thomas Bayes
K1 - Turing
K1 - World War II
K1 - Bayesian rule
K1 - Enigma
K1 - Simon Laplace
K1 - Bayesian statistics
K1 - Fisher
K1 - Bayes in the 21st century
K1 - The future of Bayesianism.
AB - Thomas Bayes, the founder of Bayesian vision, entered the University of Edinburgh in 1719 to study logic and theology. Returning in 1722, he worked with his father in a small church. He also was a mathematician and in 1740 he made a novel discovery which he never published, but his friend Richard Price found it in his notes after his death in 1761, reedited it and published it. But until Laplace, no one cared until the late 18th century, when data did not have equal confidence in Europe. Pierre − Simon Laplace, a young mathematician, believed that probability theory was a key in his hand, and he independently discovered the Bayesian mechanism and published it in 1774. Laplace expressed the principle not in an equation but in words. Today, Bayesian statistics as a discipline of statistical philosophy and the interpretation of probability is very important and has become known as the Bayesian theorem presented after Bayesian death. Allen Turing is a British computer scientist, mathematician and philosopher who is now known as the father of computer science and artificial intelligence. His outstanding achievements during his short life are the result of the adventures of a beautiful mind that was finally extinguished forever with a suspicious death. During World War II, Turing worked in Belchley Park, the center of the British decipherment, and for a time was in charge of the German Navy’s cryptographic analysis. He devised several methods, specifically from Bayesian’s point of view, without breaking his name to crack German codes, as well as the electromechanical machine method that could find the features of the Enigma machine. Finding Enigma can also be considered one of his great works. Alan Turing was a leading scientist who played an important role in the development of computer science and artificial intelligence and the revival of Bayesian thought. Turing provided an effective and stimulating contribution to artificial intelligence through the Turing experiment. He then worked at the National Physics Laboratory in the United Kingdom, presenting one of the prototypes of a stored computer program, though it worked, which was not actually made as the ”Manchester Mark ”. He went to the University of Manchester in 1948 to be recognized as the world’s first real computer. However, later on, the role of Bayesian rule and law in scientific developments becomes more important. Many possible Bayesian methods in the 21st century have made significant advances in the explanation and application of Bayesian statistics in climate development and have solved many of the world’s problems. New global technology has grown on Bayesian ideas, which will be reviewed intion of probability is very important and has become known as the Bayesian theorem presented after Bayesian death. Allen Turing is a British computer scientist, mathematician and philosopher who is now known as the father of computer science and artificial intelligence. His outstanding achievements during his short life are the result of the adventures of a beautiful mind that was finally extinguished forever with a suspicious death. During World War II, Turing worked in Belchley Park, the center of the British decipherment, and for a time was in charge of the German Navy’s cryptographic analysis. He devised several methods, specifically from Bayesian’s point of view, without breaking his name to crack German codes, as well as the electromechanical machine method that could find the features of the Enigma machine. Finding Enigma can also be considered one of his great works. Alan Turing was a leading scientist who played an important role in the development of computer science and artificial intelligence and the revival of Bayesian thought. Turing provided an effective and stimulating contribution to artificial intelligence through the Turing experiment. He then worked at the National Physics Laboratory in the United Kingdom, presenting one of the prototypes of a stored computer program, though it worked, which was not actually made as the ”Manchester Mark ”. He went to the University of Manchester in 1948 to be recognized as the world’s first real computer. However, later on, the role of Bayesian rule and law in scientific developments becomes more important. Many possible Bayesian methods in the 21st century have made significant advances in the explanation and application of Bayesian statistics in climate development and have solved many of the world’s problems. New global technology has grown on Bayesian ideas, which will be reviewed in this article.
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