AISTATS 2014 / MLSS tutorial

April 25, 2014
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(This article was first published on Xi'an's Og » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Here are the slides of the tutorial on ABC methods I gave yesterday at both AISTAST 2014 and MLSS. (I actually gave a tutorial at another MLSS a few years ago, on the pretty island of Berder in Brittany, next to Vannes.) They are definitely similar to previous talks and tutorials I delivered on this topic of ABC algorithms, with only the last part being original (if unpublished yet). And even then: as Michael Gutmann from the University of Helsinki pointed out to me at the end of my talk, there are similarities between the classification method he exposed at MCMSki 4 in Chamonix and our use of random forests. Before my talk, I attended the tutorial of Roderick Murray-Smith from the University of Glasgow, on Machine learning and Human Computer Interaction, which was just stunning in its breadth, range of applications, and mastering of multimedia tools. Making me feel like a perfectly inadequate follower…


Filed under: Mountains, R, Statistics, University life Tagged: ABC, ABC model choice, AISTATS 2014, Berder, Brittany, Iceland, machine learning, MLSS, Reykjavik, summary statistics, Vannes

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