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Highprobability minimax probability machines Cousins S., ShaweTaylor J. Machine Learning 106(6): 863886, 2017. Type: Article To address the challenges of minimizing the future misclassification rate of a predictor, Lanckriet et al. [1] proposed minimax probability machines (MPMs) based on the minimax approach to build binary classifiers, which minimize the upper bounds ...

Oct 18 2017 

Using evaluation functions in MonteCarlo tree search Lorentz R. Theoretical Computer Science 644106113, 2016. Type: Article Recently, the deep learning paradigm became popular as a consequence of the success of Go game playing. Generally, the investigation of twoplayer games can be considered a good laboratory for experimenting with algorithms that pursue alternative ...

Dec 28 2016 

Delay aware link scheduling for multihop TDMA wireless networks Djukic P., Valaee S. IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking 17(3): 870883, 2009. Type: Article This paper proposes an efficient method to compute minimum delay schedules over multihop wireless networks that use timedivision multiple access (TDMA)based media access control protocols. Simulation results are also presented....

Mar 23 2010 

A new gradient method with an optimal stepsize property Dai Y., Yang X. Computational Optimization and Applications 33(1): 7388, 2006. Type: Article The numerical treatment of large linear systems of equations is a major field in computational mathematics. There are two classes of methods: direct methods, which deliver the solution vector after a finite number of arithmetic operations (for exa...

Oct 31 2006 

Unsupervised image segmentation using triplet Markov fields Benboudjema D., Pieczynski W. Computer Vision and Image Understanding 99(3): 476498, 2005. Type: Article Image segmentation is the task of grouping pixels in an image into semantically similar segments. If the image is an aerial photograph, then a good segmentation will have assigned the pixels to segments corresponding to various land features, such...

Mar 6 2006 

Performance bounds of algorithms for scheduling advertisements on a Web page Dawande M., Kumar S., Sriskandarajah C. Journal of Scheduling 6(4): 373393, 2003. Type: Article Consider a set of n advertisements (called ads) A=A_{1}, A_{2}, ... , A_{n}, competing to be placed in a planning horizon that i...

Nov 12 2004 

A course in density estimation Devroye L., Birkhäuser Boston Inc., Cambridge, MA, 1987.Type: Book (9789780817633653) This book is based on notes used in a summer quarter course given at Stanford in 1986. It consists of nine chapters, each concluding with a set of exercises. The preface is must reading as it succinctly summarizes the text and serves as an excelle...

Dec 1 1988 

Finding the tjoin structure of graphs Sebö A. Mathematical Programming: Series A 36(2): 123134, 1986. Type: Article This is a theoretical research paper of interest for experts in graph algorithms, particularly matching and postman tours. Its goal is to give a new setting for, or to revisit, such classics as the Chinese postman problem as originally dealt with ...

Sep 1 1988 

Gametheoretical control problems Krasovski N., Subbotin A., Kotz S., SpringerVerlag New York, Inc., New York, NY, 1987.Type: Book (9789780387963891) This book presents the theoretical aspect of game theoretical control problems, emphasizing the theory and analysis of various differential games. A differential game is one in which opposing players attempt to reach a satisfactory conclusion to t...

Jul 1 1988 

Hierarchical generating method for largescale multiobjective systems Li D., Haimes Y. Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications 54(2): 303333, 1987. Type: Article This paper builds on foundations laid by Geoffrion and Hogan [1], Olenik and Haimes [2], Nijkamp and Rietveld [3], Shimizu and Aiyoshi [4], and others. Using a hierarchical method, the authors investigate largescale multiobjective systems. They...

May 1 1988 





