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2009
Springer

Estimating Likelihoods for Topic Models

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Estimating Likelihoods for Topic Models
Abstract. Topic models are a discrete analogue to principle component analysis and independent component analysis that model topic at the word level within a document. They have many variants such as NMF, PLSI and LDA, and are used in many fields such as genetics, text and the web, image analysis and recommender systems. However, only recently have reasonable methods for estimating the likelihood of unseen documents, for instance to perform testing or model comparison, become available. This paper explores a number of recent methods, and improves their theory, performance, and testing.
Wray L. Buntine
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ACML
Authors Wray L. Buntine
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