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Bayesian Quadrature for Prediction and Optimisation

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Bayesian inference often requires the evaluation of nonanalytic integrals. These must be approximated using methods for numerical integration, or quadrature, of which Monte Carlo techniques are the most common. A more principled alternative is found in Bayesian Quadrature, also known as Bayesian Monte Carlo, which employs a Gaussian process model for the integrand. We describe an extension of previous Bayesian quadrature techniques that explicitly models the non-negativity of integrands. We then present results of the use of Bayesian quadrature for problems related to changepoint and fault detection, global optimisation and sensor selection.

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