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Philipp Arras
whatisalikelihood
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\begin{document}
\maketitle
\VerbatimFootnotes
\section*
{
Why should I read this guide?
}
Let us define:
$
d
$
is the data vector and
$
s
$
is the physical field, you want to
learn from
$
d
$
in a Bayesian fashion.
$
d
$
is the data vector and
$
s
$
is the physical field about which one wants to
learn something given the data
$
d
$
in a Bayesian fashion.
\section*
{
Why should I read this guide?
}
Bayesian reconstruction algorithms may be viewed in terms of three basic
building blocks.
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temperature, flux, etc.) which are defined on a continuous space (like time,
space, frequency/energy of electromagnetic radiation). If you've got data,
which tells you something about such a field, keep on reading. If not, you may
use IFT and NIFTy as well but
perhaps
there
ar
e other methods available which
use IFT and NIFTy as well
,
but there
may b
e other methods available which
fit your needs better.
\item
The explanations below shall be pretty general in order to be applicable
to a variety of problems. Therefore, the text might be difficult to understand
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just the function itself. Then only
\texttt
{
R(s)
}
and
\texttt
{
R
\_
adjoint(d)
}
need to be implemented. You do not need to understand what I'm saying already
at this point. Just feel lucky and relax. You may relax anyways.
\item
Read the full guide before you start
to
implement something.
\item
Read the full guide before you start implement
ing
something.
\end{itemize}
\section*
{
Mathematical description of what NIFTy needs
}
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