Researcher Archives: Eric Perim

Scalable Exact Inference in Multi-Output Gaussian Processes

Multi-output Gaussian processes (MOGPs) leverage the flexibility and interpretability of GPs while capturing structure across outputs, which is desirable, for example, in spatio-temporal modelling. The key problem with MOGPs is their computational scaling O(n3p3 ), which is cubic in the number of both inputs n (e.g., time points or locations) and outputs p. For this […]

GP-ALPS: Automatic Latent Process Selection for Multi-Output Gaussian Process Models

A simple and widely adopted approach to extend Gaussian processes (GPs) to multiple outputs is to model each output as a linear combination of a collection of shared, unobserved latent GPs. An issue with this approach is choosing the number of latent processes and their kernels. These choices are typically done manually, which can be […]