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Approximate Bayesian Computation and the fossil record
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Inferring the divergence time of primates using data from the fossil record provides an interesting problem in stochastic computation. I will introduce Approximate Bayesian Computation methods, and show how they can be used to address the fossil inference problem.
This talk is part of the Computational and Systems Biology series.
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