Jeffrey Phillips Freeman: MathematicsPosts tagged with Mathematicshttp://JeffreyFreeman.me2017-04-06T00:00:00+00:00Jeffrey Phillips FreemanConditional Probabilities and Bayes Theoremhttp://JeffreyFreeman.me/conditional-probabilities-and-bayes-theorem/2017-04-06T00:00:00+00:002021-08-10T14:19:19+00:00Jeffrey Phillips FreemanI’ve been getting a lot of questions from friends lately about what Bayes
Theorem means. The confusion is understandable because it appears in a few
models that seem to be completely unrelated to each other. For example
we have Naive Bayes ClassifiersAn Efficient Exponential Moving Average of Finite Lengthhttp://JeffreyFreeman.me/an-efficient-exponential-moving-average-of-finite-length/2020-12-23T00:00:00+00:002021-08-10T14:19:19+00:00Jeffrey Phillips Freeman\(\definecolor{first}{RGB}{0, 255, 221}\)
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Almost 8 years ago, on Aug 15, 2009, I invented a new game-changing algorithm called the Hyperassociative Map algorithm.
It was released as part of the dANN v2.x library. The HAM algorithm,
as it is often called, has since been used byRestricted Logarithmic Growth with Injectionhttp://JeffreyFreeman.me/restricted-logarithmic-growth-with-injection/2016-05-30T00:00:00+00:002021-08-10T14:19:19+00:00Jeffrey Phillips FreemanThe Logistic Function, sometimes with modifications, has been used successfully to model a large range of natural systems. Some examples include bacterial growth, tumor growth, animal populations, neural network transfer functions, chemical reaction ratesAn In-depth Look at Duals and Their Circuitshttp://JeffreyFreeman.me/an-indepth-look-at-duals-and-their-circuits/2020-09-28T00:00:00+00:002021-08-10T14:19:19+00:00Jeffrey Phillips Freeman\(\definecolor{current}{RGB}{0, 255, 221}\)
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