Examining Kernel Programs Using Naive Bayes


Examining Kernel Programs Using Naive Bayes – One of the main challenges of recent kernel learning techniques is to solve sparse and objective problem, which means to learn a low-dimensional projection over the input space. In this paper, we present the first method of learning sparse programs using a Bayesian kernel as a parameter of the program. In the projection, the program is trained as a sequence of sparse programs. The problem is then solved using a simple, yet effective approximation of the kernel. Our approach is a simple and principled optimization method, which can be generalized to different types of sparse programs and also to different types of objective programs.

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Examining Kernel Programs Using Naive Bayes

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