k-DPPs: Fixed-Size Determinantal Point Processes


Determinantal point processes (DPPs) have recently been proposed as models for set selection problems where diversity is preferred. For example, they can be used to select diverse sets of sentences to form document summaries, or to find multiple nonoverlapping human poses in an image. However, DPPs conflate the modeling of two distinct characteristics: the… (More)

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