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Residual Bayesian Co-clustering for Matrix Approximation

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Residual Bayesian Co-clustering for Matrix Approximation
In recent years, matrix approximation for missing value prediction has emerged as an important problem in a variety of domains such as recommendation systems, e-commerce and online advertisement. While matrix factorization based algorithms typically have good approximation accuracy, such algorithms can be slow especially for large matrices. Further, such algorithms cannot naturally make prediction on new rows or columns. In this paper, we propose residual Bayesian co-clustering (RBC), which learns a generative model corresponding to the matrix from the non-missing entries, and uses the model to predict the missing entries. RBC is an extension of Bayesian co-clustering by taking row and column bias into consideration. The model allows mixed memberships of rows and columns to multiple clusters, and can naturally handle the prediction on new rows and columns which are not used in the training process, given only a few non-missing entries in them. We propose two variational inference base...
Hanhuai Shan, Arindam Banerjee
Added 29 Oct 2010
Updated 29 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2010
Where SDM
Authors Hanhuai Shan, Arindam Banerjee
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