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New d-separation identification results for learning continuous latent variable models

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New d-separation identification results for learning continuous latent variable models
Learning the structure of graphical models is an important task, but one of considerable difficulty when latent variables are involved. Because conditional independences using hidden variables cannot be directly observed, one has to rely on alternative methods to identify the d-separations that define the graphical structure. This paper describes new distribution-free techniques for identifying d-separations in continuous latent variable models when non-linear dependencies are allowed among hidden variables.
Ricardo Silva, Richard Scheines
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICML
Authors Ricardo Silva, Richard Scheines
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