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Sparse adaptive Dirichlet-multinomial-like processes

Hutter, Marcus


Online estimation and modelling of i.i.d. data for short sequences over large or complex ''alphabets'' is a ubiquitous (sub)problem in machine learning, information theory, data compression, statistical language processing, and document analysis. The Dirichlet-Multinomial distribution (also called Polya urn scheme) and extensions thereof are widely applied for online i.i.d....[Show more]

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Date published: 2013-06
Type: Conference paper
Source: Journal of Machine Learning Research


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