Semiparametric Mixtures of Regressions with Single-index for Model Based Clustering

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Xiang, Sijia; Yao, Weixin;
  • Subject: Statistics - Methodology
    arxiv: Statistics::Theory | Statistics::Applications | Statistics::Methodology | Statistics::Machine Learning

In this article, we propose two classes of semiparametric mixture regression models with single-index for model based clustering. Unlike many semiparametric/nonparametric mixture regression models that can only be applied to low dimensional predictors, the new semiparam... View more
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