Christopher Bingham

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Christopher Bingham is an American statistician who introduced the Bingham distribution. In joint work with C. M. D. Godfrey and John Tukey he introduced complex demodulation into the analysis of time series.[1] The Kent distribution is also known as the Fisher–Bingham distribution, is named after Bingham and the English biologist and statistician Ronald Fisher.[2]


  1. ^ Christopher Bingham, C. M. D. Godfrey, and John Tukey, "Modern Techniques of Power Spectrum Estimation", IEEE Transactions on Audio Acoustics, AU–15, pages 56–66, 1967.
  2. ^ Tommi Jaakkola and David Haussler (1998), Exploiting Generative Models in Discriminative Classifiers. In Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 11, pages 487–493. MIT Press. ISBN 978-0-262-11245-1 PS, Citeseer

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