Pattern Recognition, Third Edition by Sergios Theodoridis

By Sergios Theodoridis

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That is, the x-axis (one-dimensional space) is first divided into successive bins of length h. Then the probability of a sample x being located in a bin is estimated for each of the bins. 27). 9: Probability density function approximation by the histogram method with (a) small and (b) large size intervals. 5: ESTIMATION OF UNKNOWN PROBABILITY DENSITY FUNCTIONS 43 where ~ is the midpoint of the bin. This determines the amplitude of the histogram curve over the bin. This is a reasonable approximation for continuous p ( x ) and small enough h so that the assumption of constant p ( x ) in the bin is sensible.

If 00 is the true value of the unknown parameter in p(x; O), it can be shown that under generally valid conditions the following are true [Papo 91 ]. 6: Maximum likelihood estimator. 52) Alternatively, we say that the estimate converges in the mean to the true value. The meaning of this is as follows. The estimate 0 ML is itself a random vector, because for different sample sets X different estimates will result. An estimate is called unbiased if its mean is the true value of the unknown parameter.

13: Graphical model illustrating conditional dependencies. Take, for example, that p ( x 3 l x 2 , X l ) = p ( x 3 1 x 2 ) . This does not necessarily mean that x3 and Xl are independent. They may be dependent while x2 is unknown but they become independent once the value of x2 is disclosed to us. This is not surprising since by measuring the value of a random variable part of the randomness is removed. Under the previous assumptions, the problem of estimating the joint pdf has broken into the product of simpler terms.

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