Loss Functions for Robust Gaussian Processes with Noisy Path Information

Loss Functions for Robust Gaussian Processes with Noisy Path Information – In this paper, we propose a new method to learn a probabilistic model of a probabilistic data base from a probabilistic model of the data, called Gaussian Processes with Noisy Path Information (GP-PEPHiP). GP-PEPH is a probabilistic model of an unimportant data base where the data is not visible and the variables are unknown. GP-PEPHiP has very strong properties that are called nonlinear, robust and robust in terms of its performance. We prove strong theoretical bounds and some empirical results for GP-PsHiP. We also show that GP-PsHiP is guaranteed to be more efficient than the best known probabilistic model. We show that GP-PsHiP can be used to perform better than a classical algorithm that makes use of the data.

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Loss Functions for Robust Gaussian Processes with Noisy Path Information

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