# Monthly Archives: September 2016

## Reification And Reflection In Haskell (20/365)

I am reading the paper Functional Pearl: Implicit Configurations and I will go on to see how to use the hackage library reflection based on this paper which allows one to pass around configuration data in an elegant manner. Before … Continue reading

## Conditional Probability – Problem (19/365)

A problem asks the following. Let be independent random variables where are identically distributed and takes values . Show that if then The first two follow due to being idependenty and identically distributed The last two we compute by using … Continue reading

## Conditional Probability – Problem (18/365)

A problem asks the following. The conditional variance of with respect to is the random variable where is a decomposition of the sample space. Show that We can read this as the follows. The variance of is the sum of … Continue reading

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## Conditional Probability – Problem (17/365)

Going with the theme of trying to transplant probability laws to expectations consider the following. if are independent events we know that . Now, if are independent random variables then A question now asks to give an example of random … Continue reading

## Expectations (16/365)

Sometimes expectations and random variables appear in so many ways that I find it a little confusing at times. The book I am following has a neat diagram that helps quite a bit. Expectations Basic Expectation Start with a distribution … Continue reading

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## Unbiased Estimator (15/365)

In the coin tossing setup, we saw that the fraction of observed heads in trails approaches as . The function is called an estimator that takes on a value in . It’s a special kind of estimator called an unbiased … Continue reading