A unified approach to multilevel modelling: Graph, Graph-Clique, and Clustering


A unified approach to multilevel modelling: Graph, Graph-Clique, and Clustering – This paper describes an important method for modelling and classification between clusters of Gaussian process data. This method is based on clustering and multi-view transformation, which are two essential steps towards a comprehensive and complete understanding of Gaussian processes. In this paper, we propose a novel approach which generalizes the existing approaches for clustering and classification of Gaussian processes. The proposed clustering method is based on the graph-clique transformation. We investigate the clustering procedure using various graph-clique transformations that include the clustering function and the method of the clustering of a cluster. To the best of our knowledge, we have the first method of this type for clustering clusters of multiple Gaussian processes.

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