A Predictive View of Bayesian Clustering

@inproceedings{Quintana2004APV,
  title={A Predictive View of Bayesian Clustering},
  author={Fernando A. Quintana},
  year={2004}
}
This work considers probability models for partitions of a set of n elements using a predictive approach, i.e., models that are specified in terms of the conditional probability of either joining an already existing cluster or forming a new one. The inherent structure can be motivated by resorting to hierarchical models of either parametric or nonparametric nature. Parametric examples include the product partition models (PPMs) and the model-based approach of Dasgupta and Raftery (1998), while… CONTINUE READING

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