This class can be used to guess the hidden states that most likely generate N consecutive observations in a Hidden Markov Model.
The first method is "maxLikelihood" where the number of hidden states is limited to two (due to the computation issue). The second method is "viterbi" which implements Viterbi algorithm to reduce the search space. In this case, the number of hidden states
can be more than two.
To learn more about Bayes, Hidden Markov Model and Viterbi algorithm, the author recommends the following link:
EXAMPLE 1 (check the above video at time 20:20)
transitionsProbabiliy = [0.6 0.4; 0.2 0.8];
emissionProbability = [0.6 0.4; 0.2 0.8];
prior = [1/3 2/3].';
observation = [1 0 1];
[selectedPath, probability4EachPath] = Bayes.maxLikelihood(observation, transitionsProbabiliy, emissionProbability, prior);
EXAMPLE 2 (check the above video at time 22:10)
observation = [1 1 0 0 0 1];
[selectedPath, probabilityPaths] = Bayes.viterbi(observation, transitionsProbabiliy, emissionProbability, prior)
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