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# Tag Archives: Grobner bases

## Algebraic statistics

Henry Wynn and Hugo Maruri ran a two-day workshop at the Isaac Newton Institute on algebraic statistics. There are more connections between algebra and statistics than I will describe here, but the one day of the workshop that I was … Continue reading