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This establishes the following theorem. Theorem 11-4 If X has the exponential density, f (xu u) ue ux, x 0, with unknown u and the prior density of u is gamma with parameters a and b, then the posterior density of u is gamma with parameters a n and b>(1 nbx). #
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EXAMPLE 11.11 In Example 11.6, suppose an additional, independent observation on the same binomial population yields the sample value y 3. The posterior density p(uu x, y) may then be found either (a) directly from the prior density p(u) given in Example 11.6 or (b) using the posterior density p(u u x) derived there.
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(a) We assume that the prior density is beta with parameters a 2 and b 2 and that a sample value of 5 is observed on a binomial random variable with n 20. Theorem 11-1 then gives us the posterior beta density with parameters a 2 5 7 and b 15 2 17. (b) We assume that the prior density is the posterior density obtained in Example 11.6, namely a beta with parameters a 4 and b 10, and that a sample value of 3 is observed on a binomial random variable with n 10. Theorem 11-1 gives a posterior beta density with parameters a 4 3 7 and b 7 10 17.
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EXAMPLE 11.12 A random sample of size n is drawn from a geometric distribution with parameter u (see page 123): f (x; u) u(1 u)x 1, x 1, 2, c Suppose that the prior density of u is beta with parameters a and b. Then the posterior density of u is
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Bayesian Point Estimation
A central tenet in Bayesian statistics is that everything one needs to know about an unknown parameter is to be found in its posterior distribution. Accordingly, Bayesian point estimation of a parameter essentially amounts to finding appropriate single-number summaries of the posterior distribution of the parameter. We shall now present some summary measures employed for this purpose and their relative merits as to how well they represent the parameter.
EXAMPLE 11.13 We saw in Example 11.5 that when sampling from a binomial distribution with a uniform prior, the posterior density of u is beta with parameters a 4 and b 2. The graph of this density is shown in Fig. 11-1. A natural candidate for single-number summary status here would be the mean of the posterior density. We know from (36), 4 that the posterior mean is given by a>(a b) 2>3. The median and mode (see page 83) of the posterior density are two other possible choices as point estimates for u. The mode is given by (see (37), 4) (a 1)>(a b 2) 3>4. Note that the mode coincides with the maximum likelihood estimate (see pages 198 199) of u, namely the sample proportion of successes. As a corollary to Theorem 11-5, we see that this is true in general of the binomial distribution with a uniform prior. The median in this case is not attractive from a practical standpoint since it has to be numerically determined due to the lack of a closed form expression for the median of a beta distribution. Nevertheless, as we shall see later, the median in general is an optimal summary measure in a certain sense.
The following theorem generalizes some of the results from Example 11.13. Theorem 11-5 If X is a binomial random variable with parameters n and u and the prior density of u is beta with parameters a and b, then the respective estimates of u provided by the posterior mean and mode are mpost (x a)>(n a b) and gpost (x a 1)>(n a b 2). Remark 2 A special case of this theorem, when a and b both equal 1, is of some interest. The posterior mean estimate of u is then (x 1)>(n 2). Accordingly, if all n trials result in successes (i.e., if x n), then the probability that the next trial will also be a success is given by (n 1)>(n 2). This result has a venerable history and is known as Laplace s law of succession.
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