We implement Bayesian model selection and parameter estimation for the case of fractional Brownian motion with measurement noise and a constant drift. The approach is tested on artificial trajectories and shown to make estimates that match well with the underlying true parameters, while for model selection the approach has a preference for simple models when the trajectories are finite. The approach is applied to observed trajectories of vesicles diffusing in Chinese hamster ovary cells. Here it is supplemented with a goodness-of-fit test, which is able to reveal statistical discrepancies between the observed trajectories and model predictions.
|Tidsskrift||Journal of Statistical Mechanics: Theory and Experiment|
|Status||Udgivet - 18. sep. 2018|