Finite Mixture Model of Nonparametric Density Estimation using Sampling Importance Resampling for Persistence Landscape

Farzad Eskandari, Soroush Pakniat

Considering the creation of persistence landscape on a parametrized curve and structure of sampling, there exists a random process for which a finite mixture model of persistence landscape (FMMPL) can provide a better description for a given dataset. In this paper, a nonparametric approach for computing integrated mean of square error (IMSE) in persistence landscape has been presented. As a result, FMMPL is more accurate than the another way. Also, the sampling importance resampling (SIR) has been presented a better description of important landmark from parametrized curve. The result, provides more accuracy and less space complexity than the landmarks selected with simple sampling.

Knowledge Graph

arrow_drop_up

Comments

Sign up or login to leave a comment