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cs-401r:assignment-5.75 [2014/10/24 16:13] ringger [Question #5] |
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*** Compute the fractional (posterior) counts for each of the five instances in the partially observed data set using the parameters computed in M-step #1. | *** Compute the fractional (posterior) counts for each of the five instances in the partially observed data set using the parameters computed in M-step #1. | ||

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*** Compute the fractional (posterior) counts for each of the five instances in the partially observed data set using the parameters computed in M-step #2. | *** Compute the fractional (posterior) counts for each of the five instances in the partially observed data set using the parameters computed in M-step #2. | ||

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*** Compute the fractional (posterior) counts for each of the five instances in the partially observed data set using the parameters computed in M-step #3. | *** Compute the fractional (posterior) counts for each of the five instances in the partially observed data set using the parameters computed in M-step #3. |