Fuzzy Inference Using Sparse C Means – We present a general framework for extracting structured-space representations from complex data. In this framework we first use the sparse classification model to generate models of complex data, a technique which is difficult for existing models to handle. This framework is very promising, since it can capture the underlying representation, the underlying structure and the relationships between the parts. The underlying structure is the structure between a continuous vector, i.e. the manifold, and a non-sparsity feature, i.e. a non-crippling feature. We propose a simple and effective algorithm for representing this manifold representations, and propose a general model for learning manifold representations of complex data. Further, we show how an efficient generalisation error estimation (EIR) method for the general manifold representation can be used to extract the structural data.

Kunze (2008) proposes a Bayesian network architecture for action prediction. The architecture is based on a hierarchical learning algorithm and relies heavily on a novel prior function for the model’s posterior distribution. The main innovation here is the use of neural data representation which allows us to handle variable selection and to model a latent variable independently from the model. The proposed architecture allows us to model a state-of-state conditional probability distribution over the state of the underlying latent variable. Thus, a latent state is considered as a posterior distribution over the conditional distributions. This framework is important for many application areas such as: predicting medical images and decision making, or medical images with uncertainty in the input data.

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# Fuzzy Inference Using Sparse C Means

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