A tale of three probabilistic families: Discriminative, descriptive, and generative models
QUARTERLY OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS, pp. 423-465, 2019.
The pattern theory of Grenander is a mathematical framework where patterns are represented by probability models on random variables of algebraic structures. In this paper, we review three families of probability models, namely, the discriminative models, the descriptive models, and the generative models. A discriminative model is in the ...更多
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