Two Bayesian treatments of the n-tuple recognition method

Rohwer, Richard (1995). Two Bayesian treatments of the n-tuple recognition method. IN: Fourth International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks, 1995. IEE conference publication . Cambridge: IEEE.


Two probabilistic interpretations of the n-tuple recognition method are put forward in order to allow this technique to be analysed with the same Bayesian methods used in connection with other neural network models. Elementary demonstrations are then given of the use of maximum likelihood and maximum entropy methods for tuning the model parameters and assisting their interpretation. One of the models can be used to illustrate the significance of overlapping n-tuple samples with respect to correlations in the patterns.

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Event Title: Proc. IEE 4th International Conf. on Artificial Neural Networks (publication 409)
Event Type: Other
Event Dates: 1995-06-26 - 1995-06-26
Uncontrolled Keywords: Bayes methods,maximum entropy methods,neural nets,pattern recognition,Bayesian treatments,maximum entropy,maximum likelihood,model parameters,n-tuple recognition,neural network models,probabilistic interpretations
Published Date: 1995-06-26



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