a flexible probability density estimation technique, consisting of a linear combination of k component densities
a model in which the independent variables are measured as fractions of a total
a model in which the observed data can be categorized into several mutually exclusive data classes
a model where some or all of the independent variables are measured not in specific units like weight or length, but as a fraction or percentage of a total
a representation of the target function as a linear combination of probability densities
a type of density model that includes several component functions (usually Gaussian) that are combined to provide a multimodal density
a weighted combination of probability distributions
In mathematical statistics, the term mixture model has two different meanings.