By Abdelhak M. Zoubir, Mats Viberg, Rama Chellappa and Sergios Theodoridis (Eds.)

ISBN-10: 0124115977

ISBN-13: 9780124115972

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It may be written as [31] f (y|θˆ ) , ˆ f (Y|θ)dY p∗ (y) = where θˆ denotes the maximum likelihood estimate of θ over the observation set. The denominator is a normalizing factor that is the sum of the maximum likelihoods of all potential observation sets Y acquired in experiments, and the numerator represents the maximized likelihood value. With this solution, the worst case data regret is minimized. It has been further shown that by solving a related minimax problem p ∗ = arg min max Eq ln p p q f (y|θˆ ) , p(y) the worst case of the expected regret is considered instead of the regret for the observed data set, see [32].

This will lead to an excessive code length that is often called regret. The Kullback-Leibler divergence D( p f ) may be used as a starting point where p is employed to approximate the distribution f. Finding the optimal universal distribution p ∗ can be formulated as a minimax problem: p ∗ = arg min max ln p p q f (y|θˆ ) , p(y) where q denotes the set of all feasible distributions. The distribution q(y) represents the worst case approximation of the maximum likelihood code and it is allowed to be almost any distribution within a model class of feasible distributions.

9) BIC(m) = −2 m (θ|y) Let us recall the assumptions for the above result. First of all, the log-likelihood function ought to be a C 2 -function around the neighborhood of the unique MLE θˆ . Second, the prior density is assumed to verify Assumption (A). 8) to hold. , N is assumed to be sufficiently large. Naturally, how large N is required, depends on the application at hand. The benefit of such an approximation is its simplicity and good performance observed in many applications. 9). This sometimes leads to misunderstanding that MDL and BIC are the same.

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