A Unified Framework for Spectral Unmixing and Spectral Clustering of High-Dimensional Data – Spectral similarity is a key concept in various research and practice areas. In this paper we describe a new method for estimating spectral similarity between two spectra, the spectral similarity of an image and its associated spectral similarity across objects. The method is based upon the similarity of a given image between two spectra from a distance-sensitive optical stream, which combines a Gaussian and a sparse representation of two spectra. The resulting spectral similarity matrix is a low-rank matrix which combines a Gaussian and a sparse representation of objects with a high correlation to the input image. Since the spectral similarity of an image is more correlated with the spectral similarity of the object, the proposed method is also more accurate. In experiments on real-world data, the proposed method produces better results than standard methods in terms of accuracy, outperforming the state-of-the-art methods.

The main problem of automated learning is the estimation of the expected utility of various actions. This paper tries to improve the prediction performance of learning algorithms to predict the utility of actions. In order to address this problem we propose a new approach that generalizes traditional approach that does not estimate the expected utility of actions. Instead, we use a new algorithm that estimates the expected utility of actions with a high probability. We propose a novel algorithm that generalizes the existing approach that estimates the expected utility of action and a new algorithm that generalizes the current approach when it is applied to a benchmark dataset. We experiment experiments on various data sets.

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# A Unified Framework for Spectral Unmixing and Spectral Clustering of High-Dimensional Data

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A Survey on Machine Learning with UncertaintyThe main problem of automated learning is the estimation of the expected utility of various actions. This paper tries to improve the prediction performance of learning algorithms to predict the utility of actions. In order to address this problem we propose a new approach that generalizes traditional approach that does not estimate the expected utility of actions. Instead, we use a new algorithm that estimates the expected utility of actions with a high probability. We propose a novel algorithm that generalizes the existing approach that estimates the expected utility of action and a new algorithm that generalizes the current approach when it is applied to a benchmark dataset. We experiment experiments on various data sets.