A1 L34 Beck, Anatole and Jacobs, Konrad Eds. Probability in Banach spaces. Berline, C. Model theory and arithmetic : Comptes rendus d'une action thematique progrmme du C. Bruin, M. Fadell, E. Verhulst, F. Rao, S. Combinatorics and graph theory. Bove, Antonio; Lewis, E. Mcavaney, Kevin L. Combinatorial mathematics VIII. Hurd, A. Henkin, L. Roggenkamp, Klaus W. Laine, I. Cecconi, J. Mathematical theories of optimization. Proceedings of the International Conference held in s. Sazonov, Vjaceslav V. Parametrical methods. Allgower, E. Numerical solution of nonlinear equations.
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Koreslioglu, H. A1 P Kamps, K. Category theory : applications to algebra, logic, and topology. Analytical methods in probability theory. A1 A Hackbusch, W. Probability in banach spaces. Lerman, M. A1 L Bel, F. Coddington, Earl A. Honig, Chaim Samuel Ed.
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The academic program of the conference shall include invited talks, mini talks and papers presentation sessions. The scope of CMAA shall be Modern Analysis and the related area and their applications mathematics and other sciences including those in industry. Related results and methods from this area of research play a fundamental role in different branches of modern analysis. For example, Carleson's well-known characterization of interpolating sequences in the algebra of bounded analytic functions in the unit disk and the subsequent solution of the corona problem were groundbreaking results and continue to generate activity in analysis.
The goals of our workshop are to bring together some leading experts in the field to stimulate the interactions between these lines of research, and to introduce young researchers and PhD students to attractive topics of current research with a rich potential for further developments. Contemporary challenges raised by recent advances in engineering, industry, and bio-technology, will be confronted with state-of-the-art mathematical and computational tools in PDE. Some of the topics covered in this meeting can be found in the list of themes below.
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The goals of the meeting are a cross-fertilization of ideas from different application areas, and increased communication between the mathematicians who develop dynamical systems techniques and the applied scientists who use them. Topics: Pure and applied analysis, including differential equations and dynamical systems, in the broadest sense. The application areas are diverse and multidisciplinary, covering areas of applied science and engineering that include biology, chemistry, physics, finance, industrial mathematics and more, in the forms of modeling, computations and simulation.
On the occasion of the jubilee, we plan to remind the brightest moments of mathematical research and education in Kielce. The conference will be divided int two parts - the anniversary and the scientific. The first one gives the opportunity to meet many of the former and the current elmployees of our Institute.
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Journal of Machine Learning Research , —, April Learnability of bipartite ranking functions. Ranking genes by relevance to a disease. Allwein, Robert E. Schapire, and Yoram Singer. Reducing multiclass to binary: A unifying approach for margin classifiers.
Journal of Machine Learning Research , —, December Introduction to Machine Learning. MIT Press, Neural Network Learning: Theoretical Foundations. Cambridge University Press, Aslam and Scott E. General bounds on statistical query learning and PAC learning with noise via hypothesis boosting. Information and Computation , 2 —, March A discriminative model for semi-supervised learning. Journal of the ACM , 57 3 , March The sample complexity of pattern classification with neural networks: The size of the weights is more important than the size of the network.
Bartlett, Michael I. Jordan, and Jon D. Convexity, classification, and risk bounds.
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Journal of the American Statistical Association , —, March Bartlett and Shahar Mendelson. Rademacher and Gaussian complexities: Risk bounds and structural results. Journal of Machine Learning Research , —, November Bartlett and Mikhail Traskin. AdaBoost is consistent. Journal of Machine Learning Research , —, An empirical comparison of voting classification algorithms: Bagging, boosting, and variants.
Baum and David Haussler. What size net gives valid generalization? Neural Computation , 1 1 —, Long, and Yishay Mansour. Agnostic boosting. Bennett, Ayhan Demiriz, and Richard Maclin. Exploiting unlabeled data in ensemble methods. Error-correcting tournaments. Some theory for generalized boosting algorithms. Probability and Measure , third edition.
Wiley, Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning.
Springer, An analog of the minimax theorem for vector payoffs. Pacific Journal of Mathematics , 6 1 :1—8, Spring Controlled random walks.
In Proceedings of the International Congress of Mathematicians, , volume 3, pages — North-Holland, Empirical support for Winnow and Weighted-Majority algorithms: Results on a calendar scheduling domain. Machine Learning , 26 1 :5—23, Random projection, margins, kernels, and feature-selection.
Information Processing Letters , 24 6 —, April Learnability and the Vapnik-Chervonenkis dimension. Journal of the Association for Computing Machinery , 36 4 —, October Boser, Isabelle M. Guyon, and Vladimir N. A training algorithm for optimal margin classifiers. Theory of classification: A survey of some recent advances. Convex Optimization. The relaxation method of finding the common point of convex sets and its application to the solution of problems in convex programming.
SIAM, Originally Addison-Wesley, Bagging predictors. Machine Learning , 24 2 —, Arcing classifiers. Annals of Statistics , 26 3 —, Prediction games and arcing classifiers. Neural Computation , 11 7 —, Random forests. Machine Learning , 45 1 :5—32, Population theory for boosting ensembles. Annals of Statistics , 32 1 :1—11, Friedman, Richard A. Olshen, and Charles J. Classification and Regression Trees.
Boosting algorithms: Regularization, prediction and model fitting. Statistical Science , 22 4 —, Learning classification trees. Statistics and Computing , —73, An empirical comparison of supervised learning algorithms. Statistical Decision Rules and Optimal Inference. American Mathematical Society, Parallel Optimization: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications. Oxford University Press, Helmbold, Robert E. Schapire, and Manfred K. How to use expert advice. Journal of the ACM , 44 3 —, May Helmbold, and Manfred K.
On-line prediction and conversion strategies. Machine Learning , —, Prediction, Learning, and Games. Nonsymmetrical distance between probability distributions, entropy and the theorem of Pythagoras. Mathematical Notes , —, September Fast effective rule induction. Cohen and Yoram Singer. A simple, fast, and effective rule learner. Improving generalization with active learning. Machine Learning , 15 2 —, Discriminative reranking for natural language parsing. Computational Linguistics , 31 1 —70, March Logistic regression, AdaBoost and Bregman distances. AUC optimization vs. Support-vector networks.
Machine Learning , 20 3 —, September Cover and Joy A. Elements of Information Theory. I-divergence geometry of probability distributions and minimization problems. Annals of Probability , 3 1 —, Information theory and statistics: A tutorial. Foundations and Trends in Communications and Information Theory , 1 4 —, A proof of the equivalence of the programming problem and the game problem.
Inducing features of random fields. Duality and auxiliary functions for Bregman distances. Bennett, and John Shawe-Taylor. Linear programming boosting via column generation. Guppy, Stella Lee, and Victor Froelicher. International application of a new probability algorithm for the diagnosis of coronary artery disease. American Journal of Cardiology , 64 5 —, August A Probabilistic Theory of Pattern Recognition.
An experimental comparison of three methods for constructing ensembles of decision trees: Bagging, boosting, and randomization. Machine Learning , 40 2 —, Ensemble learning. In Michael A. Dietterich and Ghulum Bakiri. Solving multiclass learning problems via error-correcting output codes. Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research , —, January Boosting decision trees.
Boosting performance in neural networks. Duda, Peter E. Hart, and David G. Pattern Classification , second edition.
Phillips, and Robert E. Performance guarantees for regularized maximum entropy density estimation. Maximum entropy density estimation with generalized regularization and an application to species distribution modeling. Central limit theorems for empirical measures. Annals of Probability , 6 6 —, Potential boosters? Boosting methods for regression. A general lower bound on the number of examples needed for learning. Information and Computation , 82 3 —, September Multiclass boosting for weak classifiers. Graham, Robert P. Hijmans, Falk Huettmann, John R.