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2. Then H(KZ ) = (64 × 30>000)S (64> 30>000) + (64 × 40>000)S (64> 40>000) + (64 × 50>000)S (64> 50>000) + (68 × 30>000)S (68> 30>000) + (68 × 40>000)S (68> 40>000) + (68 × 50>000)S (68> 40>000) + (70 × 40>000)S (70> 40>000) + (70 × 50>000)S (70> 50>000)  ¶  ¶  ¶ 2 3 1 = (64 × 30>000) + (64 × 40>000) + (64 × 50>000) + 12 12 12  ¶  ¶  ¶ 2 1 1 + (68 × 40>000) + (68 × 50>000) + (68 × 30>000) 12 12 12  ¶  ¶ 1 1 + (70 × 50>000) (70 × 40>000) 12 12 = 2>658>333= Therefore, Fry(K> Z ) = H (KZ )  H(K)H(Z ) = 2>658>333  66=33 × 40>000 = 5133= 46 CHAPTER 3.

The irreducibility of P must be checked in each application. 2. MARKOV CHAIN MONTE CARLO 57 Hastings [1970] suggests the following way of choosing s: If tlm and tml are both nonzero, set ; um tml ul tlm A 1 1+ A A ? 13) vlm = A u u t t m ml m ml A A 1 = 1+ ul tlm ul tlm Given this choice, we have ; A 1 A A A A A A ? ), we have the method devised by Metropolis et al. [1953]. In this case ; 1 tlm 6= 0, um  ul A A A A ? 15) A A A A = 0 tlm = 0= Note that with this choice if Q is irreducible so is P.

See [Hastings, 1970] for a more thorough introduction. Suppose we have a nite set of states {h1 > h2 > = = = hv }> and a probability distribution S (H = hm )  um dened on the states such that um A 0 for all m. Suppose further we have a function i dened on the states, and we wish to estimate L= v X i (hm )um = m=1 We can obtain an estimate as follows: Given we have¢ a Markov chain with ¡ transition matrix P such that rW = u1 u2 u3 · · · is its stationary distribution, we simulate the chain for trials 1> 2> ===P .

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