Articles are in PDF format. They are viewable using the free Adobe AcrobatReader.

Preface (18 kB)

Introduction to Bayesian statistics

1. Bayesian statistics and the agro-food production chain (41 kB)
Tom Fearn (UK)

2. Bayesian solutions for food-science problems? (67 kB)
M.A.J.S. van Boekel (The Netherlands)

Methodology

3. Bayesian statistics: principles and benefits (103 kB)
Anthony O'Hagan (UK)

4. Calibration in a Bayesian modelling framework (84 kB)
Michiel J.W. Jansen and Thomas J. Hagenaars (The Netherlands)

5. Bayesian methods for updating crop-model predictions, applications for predicting biomass and grain protein content (127 kB)
David Makowski, Marie-Hélène Jeuffroy and Martine Guérif (France)

Bayesian approaches to quality and safety in primary food production

6. Applying prior knowledge to model batch keeping-quality of cucumber batches (100 kB)
R.E. Schouten, L.M.M. Tijskens, O. van Kooten and G. Jongbloed (The Netherlands)

7. Risk-analysis of human pathogen spread in the vegetable industry: a comparison between organic and conventional production chains (242 kB)
E. Franz (The Netherlands), A.H.C. van Bruggen (The Netherlands) and A.M. Semenov (Russia)

8. Are Bayesian approaches useful in plant pathology? (87 kB)
Jonathan Yuen (Sweden) and Asimina Mila (USA)

Bayesian approaches to quality and safety in food technology

9. Bayesian networks and food security - an introduction(59 kB)
Alfred Stein (The Netherlands)

10. Application of Bayesian Belief Network models to food-safety science (106 kB)
G.C. Barker (UK)

Bayesian approaches in the food chain, nutrition and epidemiology

11. Bayesian statistics for infection experiments (118 kB)
Lourens Heres and Bas Engel (The Netherlands)

12. Quantitative modelling in design and operation of food supply systems (32 kB)
Paul van Beek (The Netherlands)

13. Some explorations into Bayesian modelling of risks due to pesticide intake from food (105 kB)
Hilko van der Voet and M. João Paulo (The Netherlands)

14. General discussion and conclusion (28 kB)
M.A.J.S. van Boekel, A. Stein and A.H.C. van Bruggen (The Netherlands)

List of participants (12 kB)