# Questions tagged [gibbs]

The Gibbs sampler is a simple form of Markov Chain Monte Carlo simulation, widely used in Bayesian statistics, based on sampling from full conditional distributions for each variable or group of variables. The name comes from the method being first used on Gibbs random fields modeling of images by Geman and Geman (1984).

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### Is my OpenBUGS / WinBUGS model well specified?

I've just started trying to use OpenBUGS for Bayesian analysis of stochastic volatility models. In particular, I'm trying to calculate stochastic covariance, similar to the DC-MSV model specified by ...
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### Gibbs sampling deriving complete conditionals with mixture priors

My question is about the derivation of the complete conditionals for Gibbs sampling in a hierarchical model where some of the parameters are mixtures of point-masses and Normal distributions. The ...
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### full conditional posteriors for bayesian lasso

I am reading the original Bayesian Lasso paper, and its follow up; They look straightforward to implement, mainly because of the conditional posterior probability for the gibbs sampler; however, I ...
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### Gibbs sampler for local linear trend model

Question: Consider the local linear trend model given by: \begin{align*} y_t = \mu_t + \tau \varepsilon_t \ \cdots \ \text{Observation equation} \\ \mu_{t+1} = \phi \mu_t + \eta_t \ \cdots \ \text{...
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### Deriving mean and variance of the posterior distribution

I have a simple linear model: $y_{i}=\mu+e_{i}$ for $i=1,...,n$, where $P(e_{i})=w\mathcal{N}(0,\sigma^2) + (1-w)\mathcal{N}(0,k^2\sigma^2)$ with $w=0.9$, $k=10$ and $\sigma=0.1$. It can be understood ...
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