This web site aims to provide an overview of resources concerned with probabilistic modeling, inference and learning based on Gaussian processes. Although Gaussian processes have a long history in the field of statistics, they seem to have been employed extensively only in niche areas. Published approaches are employed in self-driving cars, unmanned aerial vehicles, autonomous underwater vehicles, planetary rovers, newly emerging domestic robots and even inside the human body.Like many inference problems, the solutions to inferring the two variables together can be found, to a local optimum solution, by alternating updates of the two beliefs in a form of EM algorithm.The Gaussian Process Round Table meeting in Sheffield, June 9-10, 2005. The Bibliography of Gaussian Process Models in Dynamic Systems Modelling web site maintained by Juš Kocijan.
Other terms used to describe SSMs are hidden Markov models (HMMs) (Rabiner, 1989) and latent process models.
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(SSM) refers to a class of probabilistic graphical model (Koller and Friedman, 2009) that describes the probabilistic dependence between the latent state variable and the observed measurement.
The state or the measurement can be either continuous or discrete.