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3. A search for high probability graphs can now be organized as follows: Start from the graph G0 without edges. Repeat: find a number of permissible edges that give the highest Bayes factor, and add the edge if the factor is greater than 1. Keep a set of highest probability graphs encountered. Then repeat: For the high probability graphs found in the previous step, find simplicial edges whose removal increases the Bayes factor the most. For each graph kept in this process, its Bayes factor relative to G0 can be found by multiplying the Bayes factors in the generation sequence.
The goal of this approach is to find a natural and principled way to specify how intermediate concepts should be simpler than the overall concept. Metric-Based Model Selection and Composite Learning Model selection is the problem of choosing a hypothesis class that has the appropriate complexity for the given training data (Stone, 1977; Schuurmans, 1997). Quantitative methods for model selection have previously been used to learn using highly flexible nonparametric models with many degrees of freedom, but with no particular assumptions on the structure of decision surfaces.
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