Overlapping Clustering Models, and One (class) SVM to Bind Them All

Neyman Seminar
Neyman Seminar
Sep 25, 2019 4:00pm to 5:00pm
1011 Evans Hall
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People belong to multiple communities, words belong to multiple topics, and books cover multiple genres; overlapping clusters are commonplace. Many existing overlapping clustering methods model each person (or word, or book) as a non-negative weighted combination of “exemplars” who belong solely to one community, with some small noise. Geometrically, each person is a point on a cone whose corners...
Purnamrita Sarkar, UT Austin