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Structure Learning on Large Scale Common Sense Statistical Models of Human State

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Structure Learning on Large Scale Common Sense Statistical Models of Human State
Research has shown promise in the design of large scale common sense probabilistic models to infer human state from environmental sensor data. These models have made use of mined and preexisting common sense data and traditional probabilistic machine learning techniques to improve recognition of the state of everyday human life. In this paper, we demonstrate effective techniques for structure learning on graphical models designed for this domain, improving the SRCS system of (Pentney et al. 2006) by learning additional dependencies between variables. Because the models used for common sense reasoning typically involve a large number of variables, issues of scale arise in searching for additional dependencies. We describe how we use data mining techniques to address this problem and show experimentally that these techniques improve the accuracy of state prediction. We present techniques to improve prediction the unlabeled as well as the labeled variable case. At a high level, we demons...
William Pentney, Matthai Philipose, Jeff A. Bilmes
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where AAAI
Authors William Pentney, Matthai Philipose, Jeff A. Bilmes
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