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In supervised learning, we get a representer theorem by considering regularized losses of the following form:

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In Kernel Density Estimation, we simply directly assume densities of the form

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Could this be justified by for example regularized maximum likelihood? In other words, is there a representer theorem for unsupervised learning?

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