Theoretical guarantees for approximate sampling from smooth and log-concave densities

23 Dec 2014 Arnak S. Dalalyan

Sampling from various kinds of distributions is an issue of paramount importance in statistics since it is often the key ingredient for constructing estimators, test procedures or confidence intervals. In many situations, the exact sampling from a given distribution is impossible or computationally expensive and, therefore, one needs to resort to approximate sampling strategies... (read more)

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