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Latent Dirichlet analysis, or topic modeling, is a flexible latent variable framework for model-ing high-dimensional sparse count data. Various learning algorithms have been developed in recent years, including collapsed Gibbs sampling, variational inference, and maximum a posteriori estimation, and this variety motivates the need for careful empirical… (More)

- David Newman, Arthur U. Asuncion, Padhraic Smyth, Max Welling
- Journal of Machine Learning Research
- 2009

We describe distributed algorithms for two widely-used topic models, namely the Latent Dirich-let Allocation (LDA) model, and the Hierarchical Dirichet Process (HDP) model. In our distributed algorithms the data is partitioned across separate processors and inference is done in a parallel, distributed fashion. We propose two distributed algorithms for LDA.… (More)

- David Newman, Arthur U. Asuncion, Padhraic Smyth, Max Welling
- NIPS
- 2007

We investigate the problem of learning a widely-used latent-variable model – the Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA) or " topic " model – using distributed computation , where each of ¢ processors only sees £ ¥ ¤ ¦ ¢ of the total data set. We propose two distributed inference schemes that are motivated from different perspectives. The first scheme uses local… (More)

In this paper we introduce a novel collapsed Gibbs sampling method for the widely used latent Dirichlet allocation (LDA) model. Our new method results in significant speedups on real world text corpora. Conventional Gibbs sampling schemes for LDA require O(K) operations per sample where K is the number of topics in the model. Our proposed method draws… (More)

- Arthur U. Asuncion, Padhraic Smyth, Max Welling
- NIPS
- 2008

Distributed learning is a problem of fundamental interest in machine learning and cognitive science. In this paper, we present asynchronous distributed learning algorithms for two well-known unsupervised learning frameworks: Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA) and Hierarchical Dirichlet Processes (HDP). In the proposed approach, the data are distributed… (More)

- Hazeline U. Asuncion, Arthur U. Asuncion, Richard N. Taylor
- 2010 ACM/IEEE 32nd International Conference on…
- 2010

Software traceability is a fundamentally important task in software engineering. The need for automated traceability increases as projects become more complex and as the number of artifacts increases. We propose an automated technique that combines traceability with a machine learning technique known as topic modeling. Our approach automatically records… (More)

Real-world relational data sets, such as social networks, often involve measurements over time. We propose a Bayesian nonparamet-ric latent feature model for such data, where the latent features for each actor in the network evolve according to a Markov process, extending recent work on similar models for static networks. We show how the number of features… (More)

- Brynjar Gretarsson, John O'Donovan, +4 authors Padhraic Smyth
- ACM TIST
- 2012

We present <i>TopicNets</i>, a Web-based system for visual and interactive analysis of large sets of documents using statistical topic models. A range of visualization types and control mechanisms to support knowledge discovery are presented. These include corpus- and document-specific views, iterative topic modeling, search, and visual filtering.… (More)

- Ian Porteous, Arthur U. Asuncion, Max Welling
- AAAI
- 2010

Matrix factorization is a fundamental technique in machine learning that is applicable to collaborative filtering, information retrieval and many other areas. In collaborative filtering and many other tasks, the objective is to fill in missing elements of a sparse data matrix. One of the biggest challenges in this case is filling in a column or row of the… (More)

The development of statistical models for continuous-time longitudinal network data is of increasing interest in machine learning and social science. Leveraging ideas from survival and event history analysis, we introduce a continuous-time regression modeling framework for network event data that can incorporate both time-dependent network statistics and… (More)