Convex Learning of Distribution Regression Patches


Convex Learning of Distribution Regression Patches – While the problem of estimating the posterior distribution of a complex vector from data is one of the most important information-theoretic problems, it has also been explored in several settings, such as clustering, sparse coding, and Markov selection. To learn the optimal posterior distribution, the authors present a novel adaptive clustering algorithm as a way of learning the sparse covariance matrix. Given the covariance matrix, the posterior distribution is inferred by using a new sparse coding technique which makes use of a variational algorithm for solving the coding problem. To solve the learning problem, the authors propose a robust algorithm which consists of: 1) a novel algorithm designed to learn the latent variable matrix through the sparse coding; and 2) a sparse coding technique which learns the posterior distribution through a variational algorithm for the learning data. We evaluate this algorithm and compare it to other sparse coding methods on two real data sets, namely the GIST dataset and the COCO dataset.

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