On the topic of probability, just like most amateurs (myself included), we are mainly concerned with posterior distribution, given prior information. For example, given an urn with… Read more “Non-trivial extension of the binary case in Hypothesis testing”

# Author: igbokwedaniel

## Embracing the fall

Picture the very common scenario Youâ€™re on your phone, completely immersed in whatever activity the gods of technology have sprung forth. Both your hands provide support for… Read more “Embracing the fall”

## Of Absolute Good and Evil – Carl Jung’s poignant lecture to the clergy

One of the most platitudinous phrases that comes up when the issue of time travel is discussed is ensuring that hitler was never born. If I could… Read more “Of Absolute Good and Evil – Carl Jung’s poignant lecture to the clergy”

## Prior Belief, Probability, and a simple simulation

Somehow I can’t resist interesting problems. So here’s another one that led me down a simulation rabbit hole. Given an urn (yeah right! always urns) with balls… Read more “Prior Belief, Probability, and a simple simulation”

## Interesting Bernoulli Urn Probability Problem [E.T Jaynes]

Still on the topic of probability, I came across yet another interesting problem in the E.T Jaynes book and it goes as follows Suppose an urn contains… Read more “Interesting Bernoulli Urn Probability Problem [E.T Jaynes]”

## Interesting Problems in Probability [from E.T Jaynes]

I decided to pick off where I left off as regards the study of probability and I returned to the trusty E.T Jaynes’ “Probability Theory- The Logic… Read more “Interesting Problems in Probability [from E.T Jaynes]”

## Welcome to my blog

My name is Daniel, and welcome to my blog. This blog will be a collection of thoughts with respect to my many interests. Ranging from Technology, to… Read more “Welcome to my blog”