Bayesian learning of probabilistic language models (1994)

by Andreas Stolcke
Citations:125 - 3 self

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Andreas StolckeBayesian Learning of Probabilistic Language Models – Andreas Stolcke
93 Best-first Model Merging for Hidden Markov Model Induction – Andreas Stolcke, Stephen M. Omohundro - 1994
488 The Infinite Hidden Markov Model – Matthew J. Beal, Zoubin Ghahramani, Carl E. Rasmussen - 2002
564 Dynamic Bayesian Networks: Representation, Inference and Learning – Kevin Patrick Murphy - 2002
4 A Robust Loose Coupling for Speech Recognition and Natural Language Understanding – Eric K. Ringger - 1995
124 Learning dynamic Bayesian networks – Zoubin Ghahramani - 1998
260 A Unifying Review of Linear Gaussian Models – Sam Roweis, Zoubin Ghahramani - 1999
9 Time Series Learning with Probabilistic Network Composites – William Henry Hsu - 1998
249 Operations for Learning with Graphical Models – Wray L. Buntine - 1994
205 Dialogue act modeling for automatic tagging and recognition of conversational speech – Andreas Stolcke, Klaus Ries, Noah Coccaro, Elizabeth Shriberg, Rebecca Bates, Daniel Jurafsky, Paul Taylor, Rachel Martin, Carol Van Ess-Dykema, Marie Meteer - 2000
Mathematical Methods – Hans Uszkoreit
130 Inducing probabilistic grammars by bayesian model merging – Andreas Stolcke, Stephen Omohundro - 1994
10 Unsupervised Lexical Learning as Inductive Inference – Chun Yu Kit - 2000
84 Markovian Models for Sequential Data – Yoshua Bengio - 1996
7 Reinforcement learning for factored markov decision processes – Brian Sallans - 2002
MLnet Summer School on Machine Learning and Knowledge Acquisition: LEARNING AND PROBABILITIES – Wray Buntine
HIERARCHICAL – Jeffrey M. Siskind, Senior Member, James J. Sherman, Student Member, Ilya Pollak, Senior Member, Mary P. Harper, Senior Member, Charles A. Bouman
18 Spatial random tree grammars for modeling hierarchal structure in images with . . . – Jeffrey M. Siskind, James J. Sherman, Jr. , Ilya Pollak, Mary P. Harper, Charles A. Bouman - 2004
67 Graphical models and automatic speech recognition – Jeffrey A. Bilmes - 2003