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In this paper, we propose an original approach to the solution of Fredholm equations of the second kind. We interpret the standard von Neumann expansion of the solution as an expectation with respect to a probability distribution defined on a union of subspaces of variable dimension. Based on this representation, it is possible to use trans-dimensional… (More)

Standard methods for maximum likelihood parameter estimation in latent variable models rely on the Expectation-Maximization algorithm and its Monte Carlo variants. Our approach is different and motivated by similar considerations to simulated annealing; that is we build a sequence of artificial distributions whose support concentrates itself on the set of… (More)

We present a sequential Monte Carlo (SMC) method for maximum likelihood (ML) parameter estimation in latent variable models. Standard methods rely on gradient algorithms such as the Expectation-Maximization (EM) algorithm and its Monte Carlo variants. Our approach is different and motivated by similar considerations to simulated annealing (SA); that is we… (More)

[Tip: Study the MC, QT, and Little's law lectures together: CTMC (MC lecture), M/M/1 queue (QT lecture), Little's law lecture (when deriving the mean response time from mean number of customers), DTMC (MC lecture), M/M/1 queue derivation using DTMC analysis, derive distribution of response time in M/M/1 queue (QT lecture), relation between Markov property… (More)

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