Peter Green (statistician)


Peter Green (statistician)

Peter Green FRS is a British Bayesian statistician. He holds a chair in Statistics at Bristol University. He is distinguished for his contributions to computational statistics, in particular his contributions to spatial statistics and semi-parametric regression models and also his development of reversible jump Markov chain Monte Carlo.

He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 2003.

External links

* Professor Green's homepage at Bristol [http://www.maths.bris.ac.uk/~mapjg/]


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Peter Green — At least five notable persons have been named Peter Green:*Peter Green (musician) (b. 1946), English blues guitarist, formerly of Fleetwood Mac. *Peter Green (historian) (b. 1924), British historian translator *Peter Green (PR manager),… …   Wikipedia

  • Matthew Stephens (statistician) — Matthew Stephens (born 1970) is a Bayesian statistician and professor in the departments of Human Genetics and Statistics at the University of Chicago. He is a protégé of Peter Donnelly. Stephens was awarded the Guy Medal (Bronze) in 2006. [1]… …   Wikipedia

  • Michael Healy (statistician) — Michael Healy Born 26 November 1923 Paignton, Devon Residence United Kingdom Citizen …   Wikipedia

  • David Cox (statistician) — David Cox Born 15 July 1924 (1924 07 15) (age 87) …   Wikipedia

  • Forest Green Rovers F.C. — Forest Green Rovers Full name Forest Green Rovers Football Club Nickname(s) Rovers The Green FGR The Little Club On The Hill Green Army The Lawnmowers …   Wikipedia

  • Reversible jump — Markov chain Monte Carlo is an extension to standard Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) methodology that allows simulation of the posterior distribution on spaces of varying dimensions. [cite journal author = Green, P.J. |authorlink=Peter Green… …   Wikipedia

  • List of statisticians — Statisticians or people who made notable contributions to the theories of statistics, or related aspects of probability, or machine learning. NOTOC CompactTOC8 side = yes seealso = yes nobreak = yes extlinks = yes x = A * Odd Olai Aalen (1947 ) * …   Wikipedia

  • Ronald Fisher — R. A. Fisher Born 17 February 1890(1890 02 17) East Finchley, London …   Wikipedia

  • List of British Jews — is a list that includes Jewish people from the United Kingdom and its predecessor states.Although the first Jews may have arrived on the island of Great Britain with the Romans, it wasn t until the Norman Conquest of William the Conqueror in 1066 …   Wikipedia

  • Major Greenwood — (9 August 1880 5 October 1949) was an English epidemiologist and statistician. Major Greenwood junior was born in Shoreditch in London s East End, the only child of a doctor in general practice there. ( Major was his forename, not a military rank …   Wikipedia