The Infinite Factorial Hidden Markov Model

author: Jurgen Van Gael, Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge
published: Aug. 4, 2008,   recorded: July 2008,   views: 7103


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The in nite factorial hidden Markov model is a non-parametric extension of the factorial hidden Markov model. Our model de nes a probability distribution over an in nite num- ber of independent binary hidden Markov chains which together produce an observable sequence of random variables. Central to our model is a new type of non-parametric prior distribution inspired by the Indian Buf- fet Process which we call the Markov Indian Bu et Process.

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