Learning Non-linear Structure from High-Order Interactions in Graphical Models – A very popular approach to modeling problems involving non-linear interactions involves the use of multiple variables of the same type, which are usually independent. Motivated by this model, we study the problem of univariate non-linear interaction, where interacting variables have to be mutually related with each other. The objective is to estimate the interactions of the two variables. We demonstrate that this problem can be successfully solved by various non-linear models. Experiments on a wide range of data sets validate the proposed model for the problem of interacting variables.

This paper describes a simple variant of the Randomized Mixture Model (RMM) that is capable of learning to predict the mixture of variables based on the combination of a set of randomly computed parameters. This model is capable of learning to predict the mixture of both variables at each node. In this paper, we show how to use this model to learn a mixture of variables based on a mixture of random functions. We develop a novel algorithm based on the mixture of functions learning method to learn a mixture of random functions. The algorithm learns to predict the distribution of the weights in the matrix of the mixture of variables. The algorithm learns a mixture of variables based on the mixture of functions. If the mixture of variables is a mixture of random functions, the algorithm learns a mixture of variables to predict the mixture of variables. We show how this algorithm can be used to learn a mixture of variables from a random function. Moreover, the algorithm learns a mixture of variables by computing the sum of the mixture variables given the sum of the sum of the weights. We demonstrate the effectiveness of the algorithm in simulated tests.

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# Learning Non-linear Structure from High-Order Interactions in Graphical Models

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The Randomized Mixture Model: The Randomized Matrix ModelThis paper describes a simple variant of the Randomized Mixture Model (RMM) that is capable of learning to predict the mixture of variables based on the combination of a set of randomly computed parameters. This model is capable of learning to predict the mixture of both variables at each node. In this paper, we show how to use this model to learn a mixture of variables based on a mixture of random functions. We develop a novel algorithm based on the mixture of functions learning method to learn a mixture of random functions. The algorithm learns to predict the distribution of the weights in the matrix of the mixture of variables. The algorithm learns a mixture of variables based on the mixture of functions. If the mixture of variables is a mixture of random functions, the algorithm learns a mixture of variables to predict the mixture of variables. We show how this algorithm can be used to learn a mixture of variables from a random function. Moreover, the algorithm learns a mixture of variables by computing the sum of the mixture variables given the sum of the sum of the weights. We demonstrate the effectiveness of the algorithm in simulated tests.