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Bayes Classifier , Linear Regression. 10701 /15781 Recitation Jan uary 29, 2008. Parts of the slides are from previous years’ recitation and lecture notes, and from Prof. Andrew Moore’s data mining tutorials. Classification and Regression. Classification

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bayes classifier linear regression

Bayes Classifier,Linear Regression

10701/15781 Recitation

January 29, 2008

Parts of the slides are from previous years’ recitation and lecture notes, and from Prof. Andrew Moore’s data mining tutorials.

classification and regression
Classification and Regression
  • Classification
    • Goal: Learn the underlying function

f: X (features)Y (class, or category)

e.g. words  “spam”, or “not spam”

  • Regression

f: X (features)  Y (continuous values)

e.g. GPA  salary

supervised c lassification
Supervised Classification
  • How to find an unknown function

f: X Y

(features  class)

or equivalently P(Y|X)

    • Classifier:
    • Find P(X|Y), P(Y), and use Bayes rule - generative
    • Find P(Y|X) directly - discriminative
classification
Classification

Learn P(Y|X)

1. Bayes rule:

P(Y|X) = P(X|Y)P(Y) / P(X) ~ P(X|Y)P(Y)

    • Learn P(X|Y), P(Y)
  • “Generative” classifier

2. Learn P(Y|X) directly

  • “Discriminative”(to be covered later in class)
  • e.g. logistic regression
generative classifier bayes classifier
Generative Classifier: Bayes Classifier

Learn P(X|Y), P(Y)

  • e.g. email classification problem
    • 3 classes for Y = { spam, not spam, maybe }
    • 10,000 binary features for X = {“Cash”, “Rolex”,…}
    • How many parameters do we have?
      • P(Y) :
      • P(X|Y) :
generative learning na ve bayes
Generative learning:Naïve Bayes
  • Introduce conditional independence

P(X1,X2|Y) = P(X1 |Y) P(X2 |Y)

P(Y|X) = P(X|Y)P(Y) / P(X) for X=(Xi,…,Xn)

= P(X1|Y)…P(Xn|Y)P(Y) / P(X)

= prodi P(Xi|Y) P(Y) / P(X)

      • Learn P(X1|Y), … P(Xn|Y), P(Y)

instead of learning P(X1,…, Xn |Y) directly

na ve bayes
Naïve Bayes
  • 3 classes for Y = {spam, not spam, maybe}
  • 10,000 binary features for X = {“Cash”,”Rolex”,…}
  • Now, how many parameters?
    • P(Y)
    • P(X|Y)
  • fewer parameters
  • “simpler” – less likely to overfit
full bayes vs na ve bayes
Full Bayes vs. Naïve Bayes

P(Y=1|(X1,X2)=(0,1))=?

  • Full Bayes:

P(Y=1)=?

P((X1,X2)=(0,1)|Y=1)=?

  • Naïve Bayes:

P(Y=1)=?

P((X1,X2)=(0,1)|Y=1)=?

  • XOR
regression
Regression
  • Prediction of continuous variables
    • e.g. I want to predict salaries from GPA.
      •  I can regress that …
  • Learn the mapping f: X  Y
    • Model is linear in the parameters (+ some noise)

 linear regression

    • Assume Gaussian noise
    • Learn MLE Θ
1 parameter linear regression
1-parameter linear regression
  • Normal linear regression

or equivalently,

  • MLEΘ?
  • MLE σ2 ?
multivariate linear regression
Multivariate linear regression
  • What if the inputs are vectors?
    • Write matrix X and Y :

(n data points, k features for each data)

    • MLE Θ =
constant term
Constant term?
  • We may expect linear data that does not go through the origin
  • Trick?
regression another e xample
Regression: another example
  • Assume the following model to fit the data. The model has one unknownparameter θ to be learned from data.
  • A maximum likelihood estimation of θ?
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