The Cluster Expansion: A Hierarchical Density Model
Density modelling in high-dimensional spaces is a difficult problem. In this paper a new model, called the cluster expansion, is proposed and discussed. The cluster expansion scales well to high-dimensional spaces, and it allows the integrals over model parameters that arise in Bayesian predictive distributions to be evaluated explicitly.
KeywordsInput Vector Input Space Predictive Distribution Dirichlet Distribution Cluster Expansion
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