Bayesian inference (which is also known as Bayesian analysis) is a method of extrapolating more accurate predictive answers to questions using only limited amounts of data. In other words, Bayesian inference allows someone to solve a problem using information that is already known, but there is only a limited data set on which to rely. For instance, using a real-world model, if a person cannot find his car in a mall parking lot, assuming that he has a remote key that activates a sound, logic... więcej
Salem Press Encyclopedia of Science, 2017. 2p.