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7.15. Let be a finite set on which a neighborhood structure is defined; that is, each x E has a set of neighbors N(x). Let nx be the number of neighbors of x E . Consider a Metropolis-Hastings algorithm with proposal density q(y |x) - 1/n for all y E N(x). That is, from a current state x, the proposal state is drawn from the set of neighbors with equal probability. Let the acceptance probability be Assuming the chain is irreducible and aperiodic, what is its limiting distribution?   Similar Homework Help Questions
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