[Ml-stat-talks] reminder: Vapnik talk, TODAY, 11/29, 3pm, CS sm. aud.

Robert Schapire schapire at CS.Princeton.EDU
Mon Nov 29 13:37:45 EST 2010

Just a reminder that Vladimir Vapnik is speaking *today* (Monday) at 3pm 
in the small auditorium (room 105) of the Computer Science building.
>                       Vladimir Vapnik
> Abstract.
> The existing machine learning paradigm considers a simple scheme:
> given a set of training examples find in a given collection of
> functions the one that in the best possible way approximates the
> unknown decision rule. In such a paradigm a teacher does not play any
> role.
> In human learning, however, the role of a teacher is very important:
> along with examples a teacher provides students with explanations,
> comments, comparisons, and so on. In this talk I will introduce
> elements of human teaching in machine learning.  I will introduce an
> advanced learning paradigm called learning using privileged
> information (LUPI), where at the training stage a teacher gives some
> additional information about training examples. This privileged
> information will not be available during test stage.
> I will consider LUPI paradigm for support vector machine type of
> algorithms and demonstrate big superiority of the advanced learning
> paradigm over classical one.
> The new learning paradigm is general; it can be apply to almost any
> learning problem. 
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