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Section: New Results

Axis 1: Relaxing the Identically Distributed Assumption in Gaussian Co-Clustering for High Dimensional Data

Participant : Christophe Biernacki.

A co-clustering model for continuous data that relaxes the identically distributed assumption within blocks of traditional co-clustering is presented. The proposed model, although allowing more flexibility, still maintains the very high degree of parsimony achieved by traditional co-clustering. A stochastic EM algorithm along with a Gibbs sampler is used for parameter estimation and an ICL criterion is used for model selection. Simulated and real datasets are used for illustration and comparison with traditional co-clustering. This work has been submitted to an international journal [63].

This is a joint work with Michael Gallaugher (PhD student) and Paul McNicholas, both from McMaster University (Canada). Michael Gallaugher visited Modal for three months in 2018.