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1. 1. CONTENTS • Introduction • Markov Model • Hidden Markov model (HMM) • Three central issues of HMM – Model evaluation – Most probable path decoding – Model training • Application Areas of HMM • References
2. 2. Hidden Markov Models  Hidden Markow Models: – A hidden Markov model (HMM) is a statistical model,in which the system being modeled is assumed to be a Markov process (Memoryless process: its future and past are independent ) with hidden states.
3. 3. Hidden Markov Models  Hidden Markow Models: – Has a set of states each of which has limited number of transitions and emissions, – Each transition between states has an assisgned probability, – Each model strarts from start state and ends in end state,
4. 4. Hidden Markov Models
5. 5. Hidden Markov Models  Markow Models :  Talk about weather,  Assume there are three types of weather: – Sunny, – Rainy, – Foggy.
6. 6. Markov Models  Weather prediction is about the what would be the weather tomorrow, – Based on the observations on the past.
7. 7. Markov Models  Weather at day n is – qn depends on the known weathers of the past days (qn-1, qn-2,…) },,{ foggyrainysunnyqn∈
8. 8. Markov Models  We want to find that: – means given the past weathers what is the probability of any possible weather of today.
9. 9. Markov Models  Markow Models:  For example:  if we knew the weather for last three days was:  the probability that tomorrow would be is: P(q4 = | q3 = , q2 = , q1 = )
10. 10. Markov Models  Markow Models and Assumption (cont.): – Therefore, make a simplifying assumption Markov assumption:  For sequence:  the weather of tomorrow only depends on today (first order Markov model)
11. 11. Markov Models  Markow Models and Assumption (cont.): Examples:  HMM:
12. 12. Markov Models  Markow Models and Assumption (cont.): Examples:  If the weather yesterday was rainy and today is foggy what is the probability that tomorrow it will be sunny?
13. 13. Markov Models  Markow Models and Assumption (cont.): – Examples:  If the weather yesterday was rainy and today is foggy what is the probability that tomorrow it will be sunny? Markov assumption
14. 14. Hidden Markov Models  Hidden Markov Models (HMMs): – What is HMM:  Suppose that you are locked in a room for several days,  you try to predict the weather outside,  The only piece of evidence you have is whether the person who comes into the room bringing your daily meal is carrying an umbrella or not.
15. 15. Hidden Markov Models  Hidden Markov Models (HMMs): – What is HMM (cont.):  assume probabilities as seen in the table:
16. 16. Hidden Markov Models  Hidden Markov Models (HMMs): – What is HMM (cont.):  Finding the probability of a certain weather  is based on the observations xi: },,{ foggyrainysunnyqn∈
17. 17. Hidden Markov Models  Hidden Markov Models (HMMs): – What is HMM (cont.):  Using Bayes rule:  For n days:
18. 18. Hidden Markov Models  Hidden Markov Models (HMMs): – Examples:  Suppose the day you were locked in it was sunny. The next day, the caretaker carried an umbrella into the room.  You would like to know, what the weather was like on this second day.
19. 19. 20 Discrete Markov Processes (Markov Chains)
20. 20. 21 Hiddden Markov Models
21. 21. 22 Hidden Markov Models
22. 22. 23 Hidden Markov Models
23. 23. 24 Hidden Markov Model Examples
24. 24. 25 Hidden Markov Models
25. 25. 26 Hidden Markov Models
26. 26. 27 Hidden Markov Models
27. 27. 28 Three Fundamental Problems for HMMs
28. 28. 29 HMM Evaluation Problem
29. 29. 30 HMM Evaluation Problem
30. 30. 31 HMM Evaluation Problem
31. 31. 32 HMM Evaluation Problem
32. 32. 33 HMM Evaluation Problem
33. 33. 34 HMM Decoding Problem
34. 34. 35 HMM Decoding Problem
35. 35. 36 HMM Decoding Problem
36. 36. 37 HMM Learning Problem
37. 37. 38 HMM Learning Problem
38. 38. 39 HMM Learning Problem
39. 39. 40 HMM Learning Problem
40. 40. Application Areas of HMM • On-line handwriting recognition • Speech recognition • Gesture recognition • Language modeling • Motion video analysis and tracking • Stock price prediction and many more….
41. 41. References  R.O. Duda, P.E. Hart, and D.G. Stork, Pattern Classification, New York: John Wiley, 2001.  Selim Aksoy, “Pattern Recognition Course Materials”, Bilkent University, 2011.