Bayesian Inference for Large-scale Data: A Bayesian Insights – We present a framework for solving large-scale decision-theoretic systems in which the decision problem is not an optimal decision problem. We give a simple framework for this problem, i.e. a decision problem with a bounded answer distribution, that generalizes many existing decision problems: (1) We use the BLEU criteria of the decision problem, and (2) we use the Bayesian Inference rules of the decision problem. We give a complete Bayesian inference algorithm for learning such decision-theoretic systems, and show that a policy that can be used in this model is optimal.

We propose a Bayesian-based inference framework for the task of predicting the length of sentences. Our main component of the framework is an adaptive model of the sentence length. The model is used to build the graph of sentences that are predicted with respect to the time that the sentence goes by. We show that the proposed approach outperforms a conventional Bayesian-based model which assumes the sentence length. We validate our approach using experiments on three popular Chinese-to-English (CTS) speech data sets, and further demonstrate that our approach outperforms both a traditional Bayesian-based model that assumes the sentence length and a Bayesian-based model which assumes the sentence length.

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# Bayesian Inference for Large-scale Data: A Bayesian Insights

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Learning to Summarize a Sentence in English and MandarinWe propose a Bayesian-based inference framework for the task of predicting the length of sentences. Our main component of the framework is an adaptive model of the sentence length. The model is used to build the graph of sentences that are predicted with respect to the time that the sentence goes by. We show that the proposed approach outperforms a conventional Bayesian-based model which assumes the sentence length. We validate our approach using experiments on three popular Chinese-to-English (CTS) speech data sets, and further demonstrate that our approach outperforms both a traditional Bayesian-based model that assumes the sentence length and a Bayesian-based model which assumes the sentence length.