Mixture-of-Parents clustering for causal inference based on incomplete observations


Mixture-of-Parents clustering for causal inference based on incomplete observations – In this paper, we propose a new framework of multivariate linear regression, called RLSv3, that captures the relationship between the dimension of the data and the regression coefficient. In RLSv3, the data are weighted into a set of columns. The covariates of the data and the correlation between the two are computed by first computing a mixture between them. Then, we use Gaussian mixture models. This method naturally provides a compact representation of the dimension of the data, and also produces good posterior estimates. We validate our method on simulated data sets of people with Alzheimer’s disease of 65 subjects who were asked to answer Question 1, which is about their life expectancy for the current study. In addition, we show that our model generates significant improvements over conventional regression models without requiring supervision.

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Mixture-of-Parents clustering for causal inference based on incomplete observations

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